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DID YOU KNOW…? NEW WAYS TO USE OLD PRODUCTS

by / Tuesday, 19 March 2013 / Published in Tips for Around the House

You can use steel wool to:

Fill a screw hole that has become too big for the screw. Stuff the hole with steel wool and re-insert the screw.

Make an instant pincushion. Stuff an old sock with steel wool and tie tightly for a pincushion that will keep pins and needles rust free.

Repel kitchen pests, by placing steel wool around the pipes under the sink.

You can use nail polish remover to:

Remove sticker residue from glass objects.

Unstick your fingers after a superglue mishap.

Remove marker and ink from appliances, glass, and stainless steel.

You can use olive oil to:

Revitalize leather shoes and baseball gloves.

Clean greasy hands.

Repel moles in the yard. Soak a cloth in olive oil and stuff it into the mole hole. Moles hate olive oil!

You can use cola to:

Remove grease stains from the garage floor.

Clear a sluggish drain.

Loosen a bolt that is rusted on.

Remove stubborn stains from the toilet. Pour in the cola and wait one hour before scrubbing.

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