WD-40

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Remove stains from stainless steel
Remove stains from a stainless steel sink with WD-40
Keep oxidation away
Keep ceramic and terra cotta pots from oxidizing by spraying them with WD-40 prior to putting them outside.
Camouflage scratches
Camouflage scratches in ceramic and marble floors by applying a small amount of WD-40 to the scratched area. Wipe with a clean soft cloth to remove excess.
Remove scuffs
Remove black scuff marks from the kitchen floor with some WD-40 on a soft cloth.


Remove Duct tape residue
Use some WD-40 on a rag to wipe away all traces of duct tape.


Vinegar

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Remove rust
Remove rust from garden tools and other items by soaking them for 10 minutes in a solution of half vinegar and half water. Rub with a cloth and the rust should be gone.
Remove stubborn price tags
To remove stubborn price tags or stickers paint them with several coats of vinegar. Let the liquid soak in for five minutes, and then wipe away the residue.
Make wool sweaters fluffier
To make wool sweaters fluffier and softer, add a couple of capfuls of vinegar to the rinse cycle.


Use as a natural weed killer
To kill weeds between cracks in paving stones and sidewalks, fill a spray bottle with straight vinegar and spray multiple times. The acidity in the vinegar will kill the weeds within a few days


Tissue Box

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Store Bags
Use an empty tissue box to store empty plastic grocery bags.


Tennis Balls

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Rub out a knot
To rub out a knot in your back or neck, lie down on the floor and position a tennis ball under your back or neck and shoulder area. Move around on the tennis ball for a few minutes to remove the knot.

Stop your car here
Use a tennis ball suspended from a string on a nail in your garage to indicate where your car should stop.