HOME WISE To prevent your rings from becoming misshapen, dented or scratched - cover your car steering wheel with some foam or fabric. Apparently gripping the wheel too tight is the most common cause of damage.
Shine pearls with a dab of olive oil and wipe dry with chamois.
A cost effective way of drying clothes is to put a dry towel in with the tumble-dry clothes. This will absorb moisture and reduce drying time.
To ensure the pleats stay in a pleated skirt while itís drying on a washing line, hang by the waistband (dry all skirts by the waistband) and clip a clothes peg to the bottom of the pleats.
Start your ironing with items that need a cool iron. Gradually work through the ironing, working up to items that need a hotter setting.
If you are worried about dampness in your cupboards, tie a handful of sticks of chalk together and hang them inside. They will absorb any moisture. To put a good, lasting crease in trousers, apply a thin line of paper glue along the inside of the crease, then iron. If your iron sticks to your clothes, Wrap a bar of soap in a hanky and rub it over the hot face of the iron - it will soon be smooth and new.
To give shoes an instant antique look, buy them one shade lighter than you really want but clean them with a slightly darker polish.
For a cheap moisturizer, blend a banana with a little milk and smooth onto your face for twenty minutes then wipe off. If you are worried about dampness in your cupboards, tie a handful of sticks of chalk together and hang them inside. They will absorb any moisture.
Stop your vacuum cleaner from picking up metal pins and clips by taping a magnet to the front of the cleaner or the outside of the tube so they donít get into the dust bag and damage it.
A cost effective way of drying clothes is to put a dry towel in with the tumble-dry clothes. This will absorb moisture and reduce the drying time. To prevent the smell of cigarette smoke from lingering, put a small bowl of vinegar in the corner of the room. Cover the bowl with cling film and pierce it several times - then you wonít get vinegar everywhere if the bowl is knocked over.
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