Put some super glue on broken off part, insert and hold a few seconds
- will pull out rest of key .
Stick a bar of soap into jagged edges, use soap as handle.
Heat with a soldering iron for a few seconds first.
Keep a piece of electrical tape over them when not in use.
Put a BIG decal on those glass and patio doors.
Blunt sharp end of nail before you use by hitting with a hammer.
Plug holes with clear nail polish, let dry, repeat until filled.
Place record between two sheets of glass, set in sun for a while.
Dip in solution of detergent and water, rinse and wipe dry.
Roll newspapers up tightly in shape of log. Papers are wood.
Cover with sand, let stand a few days, then sweep off.
Stick them in a cork and submerge in some baking soda.
Back sandpaper with masking tape.
Rub them back and forth inside of a drinking glass.
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Fill with hot water and then submerge in hot water, will just fall off.
Use tin snips and cut under water, smooth rough edges with sandpaper.
Put in freezer a few hours then flip off with knife blade.
Strap watch to light bulb, turn on for a few minutes. Water drops will form on crystals, open up and wipe off.
Coat shovel with car wax.
Soak in used engine oil for a day.
Cover article with clear contact paper. Works perfectly!
Spray that stuck zipper with shaving foam.
The product to clean paint from your car is BENZOL.
Put 4oz of benzol to each ten gallon of gasoline to incr. mpg.
Dissolve 1 oz Epsom salts in water and add to each cell.
Cover the knot generously with cold cream.
Put some damp newspaper into shoes and leave for a few days.
Take scissors and scratch Scissors on the soles.
Use a bar of soap, makes sewing easier. Needle just slides through.
Take a black board chalk and rub into cloth, then rub on metal.
Place moth balls in areas where you are bothered by animal odors. They will avoid it. Animals hate mothball odors.
Try a saucer of beer. It’s been known to perk up the appetite.
Put a foam rubber pad in the pet’s bed - fleas hate it.
Hang in bath while you shower - steam takes wrinkles out.
An old nail clipper works just fine for removing staples.
Throw a lemon in it and let it be ground up.
Put pieces of ink blotter in shaker. It will absorb moisture. Or try uncooked rice.
Vinegar diluted in water makes a fine eyeglass cleaner.
Just rub with a damp newspaper - they will shine.
Keep a small amount of baking soda in ashtrays at all times.
Punch several holes around rim of can with small nail.
Cut a piece of screen to fit inside of can or bucket, it will float to bottom, taking the lumps with it.
Pour a little insect repellent in the paint. It does the trick.
Use a few drops of chlorine bleach in water, add an asprin for life.
Crumble cigarette butts in water, let dry then spread in roach areas.
Cover roller tray with aluminum foil, then just throw away.
Use plastic lid from a coffee can.
Keep cover open, ivory turns dark if exposed to darkness.
Pour ample amount of baking soda on it, brush in, let stand for a day, vacuum off.
Take before breakfast 1/2 tsp. each of rochelle salts and cream of tartar.
Mix goldthread with golden seal tea. It creates a violent taste for alcohol.
One tbs. powdered milk, 2 tbs. honey, 1 tbs. brewers yeast, stir into cup of warm milk. Take before retiring.
Mix 1tbs safflower oil to 2 tbs. grapefruit juice, take before meals.
Spread milk of magnesia over face, let dry, cover again, let dry, remove with damp cloth, then apply some warm olive oil, then apply some ice cold witch hazel.
Hydrocotyle asiatica teas are a noted brain food.
One tbs. alum, 1 quart water, rinse, let dry, the wash with soap, rinse dry.
Sponge immediately with cold water, then use a bit of soap, rinse dry.
Rub some toothpaste on, let dry, then buff it. It will shine!
Apply ice cubes to burn immediately.
Apply a paste of milk and cornstarch, let stand a few hours. Brush off.
Rub baking soda into fur and brush out. Will smell great!
Brush with nylon stocking, then use blackboard eraser to shine.
Heat ironing board, lay materials on, smooth with hands.
Dip tip of needle in clear nail polish and let dry.
Put tie in jar with some carbon tetrachloride, shake, take out and let dry.
Press a piece of tape into file, pull off. Remove all dirt.
Wet scorched area and cover with cornstarch, brush off when dry.
Drop a potatoe or two in it. Absorbs the over-salt.
Look for a creamy surface underneath the melon.
Stick them in the oven for 15 minutes at 250° C.
Rub butter on your hands or wherever smell is to be removed.
Dampen hands and rub some bicarbonate of soda over them.
Mash and freeze for making cakes and cookies.
Add a dash of vinegar to the water.
Instead of milk or cream try some chocolate milk, MOCHA.
Keep lid on a few minutes after boiling, pressure causes shell to fall off.
Freeze it first, the it will all pop.
Add starch to water and clean with a piece of newspaper.
Use baking soda and damp cloth, clean, rinse and let dry.
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Use Bicarbonate of Soda on a damp sponge.
Use clothes pins (pegs).
Apply solution of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water over windshield.
Seal in plastic bags, wrap in aluminum foil, keep in refrigerator.
Freeze holders in refrigerator and it will just peel off.
Put rubber tips from crutches on bottom of legs.
Use Q-tip dipped in nail polish remover, rub over face, scratch disappears.
Put a drop of glycerin in gears, makes an excellent lubricant.
Use 3 or 4 clothes pins, keeps them from slipping.
Clean with stale tea. If they spot, soak in buttermilk, let dry, wipe off.
Use an old toothbrush to clean then use furniture polish on brush.
Rub with soft cloth filled with equal parts vinegar and linseed oil.
Put bar of soap in luggage before storing.
Paint wood with solution of starch and water, when dry rub off.
Add some sour milk to your rinse water, it will shine!
Rub it with aluminum foil.
Use a paste of salt and vinegar then wipe off.
Use carbon tetrachloride or rubbing alcohol.
Rub it with a cork that has been dipped in salt.
Mix one part liquid bleach to ten parts water. Works great.
Rub them over with rubbing alcohol, they will stay shining.
Rub with salt and vinegar.
Use 2 parts olive oil to 1 part vinegar. Have it warm while using.
Tooth paste or baking soda makes an excellent silver polish.
Use a paste of salt and vinegar.
Use tooth paste with an old tooth brush, rub and rinse and let dry.
Rub with a paste of water and baking soda, rinse and let dry.
Clean with a solution of 1 tsp. ammonia and 1 cup of water.
Put clear nail polish in the base, set the stone in and let dry.
Put a thin coat of transparent nail polish over it.
Add some vinegar to dishwasher.
Use machine oil or same color shoe polish.
Cut down the bristles on an old tooth brush.
Use a muffin pan so the runts can have some.
Boil them in a salt solution.
Nail a funnel to wall and pull string out of bottom of funnel.
Sprinkle talcum powder between the layers as you go.
Just tape and sew around the pieces of tape.
Shave those little fluffs off with a safety razor.
Wrap a piece of tape around the hand, sticky side out.
Put a coat of clear nail polish over splinters and rough edges.
Use steel wool to fill your cushion, keeps needles sharp.
Wrap yarn around a moth ball for storage.
Use a razor blade on back of fur when cutting, you won’t cut any hair.
Stick a piece of waxed paper in seam, pull away when finished.
Use a small magnet to pick up any needle spills.
Keep ball of yarn in nylon stocking, will flow out free of tangles.
Make a solution of 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water, soak a cloth in it, wring out, put over the pants and press lightly.
Use dental floss.
Just put tape around an old tape spool.
Add some baking soda to wash and rinse with water.
Pull socks over light bulb, makes it easy.
Brush good, then hang in steamy bathroom.
Just rub a piece of sandpaper over sweater.
Use a damp sponge and touch lightly.
Brush with skim milk every 3 months.
Cover with same color polish, let dry, then cover with clear nail polish.
Before each wearing, rub briskly with your hand, then a soft cloth.
Rub shoe with white of an egg.
Buy shoes in afternoon, feet tend to swell in the morning.
Cut a raw potato and rub all over. They will come back to life.
Wash with warm water, then rub castor oil into leather.
Sponge with black coffee.
Brush with a solution of vinegar and water.
Lift the lid of the cooking vessel from time to time while cooking.
Boil it for a few minutes.
Onions slice more easily if you leave skins on while slicing.
Add a touch of salt.
Potato chips, corn chips or pretzels.
Don’t wash until ready to use and keep in refrigerator until ready to use.
Use a buttered knife to cut through a soft pie.
Rinse a knife in hot water first, each time you cut a slice.
Add a teaspoon of corn starch when mixing eggs.
Put a spoon of sugar in it.
Throw a couple of walnut kernels in pot while cooking.
If your butter is frozen, grate it, it’s same as soft butter.
Pour a little milk in the water when boiling cauliflower.
When you press it lightly and it springs back.
Add a pinch of sugar while cooking and do not stir.
A dull knife is more successful than a sharp one.
When you need an extra egg for the recipe add a little corn starch.
Let water run over them while peeling.
Keep it out in open at room temperature. Refrigerator slows down ripening.
Old eggs are shiny, fresh eggs are rough and have bumps.
Add a pinch of salt.
Keep an open box of baking soda in it at all times.
Pour ice water over it, it will lift off before it can soak in.
Crack egg, put in small funnel, white will come through separated from yolk.
Cut off the tops as soon as you get them.
Put paper towels in bottom of bin. It will absorb moisture which causes decay.
Cover the cut side with leaves of lettuce.
Soak in cold water with a dash of lemon juice, cool in refrigerator for half hour.
Pour boiling water over them. Restores fresh taste.
Freeze them first.
Add lemon juice or vinegar to water.
Store apples with them
Boil hand full of cloves in water for 30 min. All odors will disappear.
Use dental floss, it won’t burn.
Stick knife into custard, if it comes out clean, it is done.
Use a thread, hold both ends tightly and lower through slowly.