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Saturday, August 30, 2014

Home management part 18

A tweezer comes handy to pull a tricky thread through a needle's eye.
At kids parties when you want to make each one to be heard, give them a tennis ball. Whoever holds the tennis ball, speaks and others listen.
Clean your fridge every week before filling them with a set of new vegetables. Look for expired old items and discard them. Clean the door shelves and bins, and wash in warm, soapy water to get rid of food bacteria and spillage in the fridge .
Every day after you finish your work in the kitchen run some water over drippy pot scrubbers.
Give your fridge racks a fast wipe with a wet cloth or sponge. Don’t forget to clean on the door front and handle.
It has become a habit to be on the mobile while cooking so while you're talking on the phone, clean out the kitchen drawers, fold clothes, polish the shoes, arrange the books or dust the shelves.
Once a week remember to clean some common spots like the tops of light fixtures, cabinets, fridge, micro oven, television set, and the mouldings around doors and windows.
Once you know you are going to have a morning rush set the table for breakfast before you go to bed.
Put plastic shower curtains and liners in the washing machine, and add a bath towel for scrubbing action, using the regular amount of detergent.
Replace or wash vacuum cleaner filters as often as your model demands.
Store your medicines in a cool, dry in an even room temperature.
Swish a scoop of uncooked rice grains (with warm water and a little dish detergent) around the inside of a vase to scrub hard-to-reach spots.
The citric acid of lemon and orange drink powder can help banish rust and stains from your dishwasher.
The course texture of table salt can erase stains from counter top, and helps release stuck-on food from your cast-iron skillet.
To tighten loose screws on your glasses use a pointed tweezers.
Use a long duster or thin vacuum attachment to clean out all the nooks and crannies between the counter top and the cupboard.
Use tweezers to pluck pesky animal hairs off sweaters and coats, hair from the shower drain.
 Used tweezers to pick up chickpeas and lentils.
Wipe up spills in the refrigerator then and there as soon as you notice them, and later do the rest of the shelf.
Wipe with a wet cloth the fingerprints off the kitchen cabinets.

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