Monthly Archives: May 2009

Apply Dishwashing Liquid with White Wiping Rags To Clean Soap Scum and Cotton Rags

Apply Dishwashing Liquid with White Wiping Rags To Clean Soap Scum     To clean soap scum from a bath-tub, pour dishwashing liquid on the stained area, let sit overnight, and rinse clean with water, then dry with cotton rags. … Continue reading

Apply A Remedial Solution with Turkish Cotton Rags and Wiping Rags

Apply A Remedial Solution with Turkish Cotton Rags   To clean a bathtub, sprinkle baking soda on damp wiping rags, scrub, and rinse clean, then wipe with terry wiping rags. For a powerful way to clean grease, grime, and rust … Continue reading

Apply Bleach with Denim Wiping Rags to Clean Caulk and Cotton Rags

Apply Bleach with Denim Wiping Rags to Clean Caulk   To clean the caulking around the rim of a bathtub, fill a trigger-spray bottle with a solution of three quarters cup of bleach and one gallon water, spray the caulking, … Continue reading

Aluminum Foil to Scrub Pots and Pans

Aluminum Foil to Scrub Pots and PansA crumpled-up piece of aluminum foil makes an excellent pot scrubber to clean pots and pans used over a barbecue grill. Wipe your grill after use with denim cotton rags soaked in soap and … Continue reading

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Use Bar Soap to Prevent Soot from Sticking to Pots and Pans

Use Bar Soap to Prevent Soot from Sticking to Pots and Pans To prevent barbecue soot from sticking to the bottom of pots and pans, rub the bottoms of pots and pans with a bar of hand soap before putting … Continue reading

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Cider Vineger Attracts Flying Insects During Your Outdoor Meal and Cotton Rags

Cider Vineger Attracts Flying Insects During Your Outdoor Meal To keep bees and wasps away from your barbecue, fill a large bowl with cider vinegar and set near the table of food. By the end of the barbecue, you’ll have … Continue reading

Eliminate Wasps at Outdoor Grilling and Wiping Rags

Eliminate Wasps at Outdoor Grilling To attract bees and wasps away from a barbecue and your guests, place open cans of beer around the perimeter of the yard. Bees and wasps love beer. They fly into a can of beer, … Continue reading