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To clean the microwave #3771

To clean and freshen the microwave, in a bowl mix ¼ cup of white vinegar and 1 cup of water and heat for 5 minutes, this will remove odors and soften baked on food spills.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Aug 9, 2005 - pub.:Aug 9, 2005 - sent.:Sep 16, 2013
In my son's eyes. #4121

I would be everything in life that I ever wanted to be, if I could be half as what my little boy thinks I am.
- JWD -

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Thanks to: JWD - Gresham - USA. - rec.:Jan 15, 2006 - pub.:Feb 2, 2006 - sent.:Aug 7, 2009
Safety in the garage #4999


1. Install a smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector.
2. Mark poisonous products. Make sure these products have child-resistant caps and are stored on a high shelf or in a locked cabinet.
3. Mount a fire extinguisher and stocked first-aid kit and make sure every member of the family knows how to use them.
4. Have your garage door service regularly; it probably is the largest and heaviest moving object in your house.
5. Make sure the shelving units are properly secured to the wall and are not overloaded.
6. If there is an appliance with a pilot light, do not store gasoline or any flammable liquids



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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jan 31, 2007 - pub.:Jan 31, 2007 - sent.:Apr 12, 2007
Rusted Metal Furniture #1489

Rusted metal furniture can be made like new by rubbing it down with turpentine.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:May 14, 2003 - pub.:May 14, 2003 - sent.:Dec 14, 2009
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