New Uses For Old Things Ideas
Like many of you, we reuse, recycle, upcycle and re-purpose things at our house.I love discovering new uses for old things. I will share some of my ideas here at Katherines Corner and those I find elsewhere. You will find all of these and more on my new uses for old things pinterest board. If you have a new use for old things please let me know and I will happily share you image and link on this page.
New use for empty water bottle use instead of rocks in your planter pots
New uses for lingerie bags
New uses for dollar store pencil holder
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and when the sock monster eats one of your socks, this is a great idea to keep the socks handy until you find the mate.
New uses for old light bulbs hanging vases
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An old rubber cleaning glove can solve a slipping pedometer and a hard to open jar!
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Clean your glass vase with rice. I’ve shared plenty of rice tricks with you in the past. But did you know if you add ( uncooked) rice to a stained vase and shake and swirl the rice around the stains will come out. I love this trick. It’s so great for those narrow necked vases. Did you also know if you drop a penny and a little pinch of sugar into your vase your fresh cut flowers will last a little longer ( changing water regularly can help too)
Crayon marks can be removed by using a clean cloth with some mayonnaise on it. Then rinse with warm water.When your little artist has used your wall as easel. Crayon marks can be removed by using a clean cloth with some mayonnaise on it. Then rinse with warm water.
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Spraying the inside of a plastic container with a little nonstick cooking spray can help prevent tomato based sauce stains from discoloring your plastic containers.
Canker sores can get relief from a dab of…milk of magnesia. It doesn’t “heal” it but relieves the discomfort. Dab the canker with a mixture of half and half water and hydrogen peroxide, then dab on the milk of magnesia.
I’ve used this one a few times! If you have a splinter You can use some masking tape to help remove it. Tape over the splinter and gently pull the tape and the splinter out.
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