Have you noticed all of the “amazing new” products that will remove sticker residue, unclog the drain, prevent mildew, remove rust, degrease the garbage disposal, and get rid of toilet bowl ring? Of course there is a special product for every little situation—and none are cheap!
But before you go shopping, take note of some of the uses you can get from common products already in your home. I hope these tips come in handy very soon. And remember, if you need help with any real estate matter, I’m just a phone call away.
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WE BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW THIS! NEW WAYS TO USE OLD PRODUCTS
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.
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.