When visiting a friend she was cussing about salad dressing bottles dispensing nothing or too much. I recommended that she dig out an empty shampoo pumper, clean it out and let the salad dressing drain into it overnight through a funnel. Now she has salad with just enough dressing.
I started about 10 plants from seed in August. Then in September, I planted them, they didn't flower yet. This spring 50 plants came up. They are just beautiful. This was a nice filler for a big empty spot.
Cut off the elastic from pants or undergarments and use to keep trash bags from falling into can or anything you need to stay put.
Shaving with a multiblade "cheese grater" is expensive. The frugal shaver uses an old fashioned double edge safety razor.
Instead of a scavenger hunt at the mall, my party was a scavenger hunt around the city! Everyone met at my house. My aunt bought four different colors of bandanas. Outside were 4-5 different cars waiting for all the teams We did stuff at gas stations, fire departments, KFC, we even had to stand on a 10 foot billboard and jump down!
I was told to remove labels and wash out the can before smashing it and putting it in the recycle bin. I did that for quite awhile until my cousin asked me which was more valuable, the water to wash the can, or the tin recycled.
If you have a sunburn, hopefully this tip should help. Put aloe vera gel into a tray. Once frozen, you can apply onto the burn to give the relief of cooling, from aloe and ice.
Hey all. I don't have the option to save a lot on all my utilities, but I have learned to save a lot on my water.
Most of the time, you would carry around chap-stick in your purse, pocket, etc, for your lips. But it is also good to have for other purposes.
We have very little shade. For our potted plants, we bought umbrellas at Dollar Tree and broke the bottom off. When it's too hot and sunny we put them up, in each pot, over the plants.
You know how we hate to have all those little crumbs at the bottom of the cereal box to end up in our bowl all soggy? Take your colander, be sure it is dry and pour the last of the dry cereal in it ad give it a shake over the sink. No crumbs in the bowl!
I'm in my mid 30s and had a full extraction done 11 months ago. I just got my permanent dentures. The tops are awesome. The bottoms fit fantastically, but I am so freaking sore by the end of the day and it hurts. I actually cry when I put them in. I've been swishing with salt water and taking Advil.