Saturday, October 31, 2015

Do you have a continually loose screw? I'm not talking about the one in your head, I am talking about one in a cupboard or drawer that you seem to always be tightening?

If so, then you probably have a simple fix in your bathroom cupboard. A bottle of nail polish.

Remove the screw and then dab the inside of the hole with some nail polish, let it set for a moment so it is soft, but not runny and re-insert the screw.

The half dried nail polish should make the screw set in tighter, and then when it is set it should keep the screw from loosening again.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

A Cheap and Nutritious Way to Shine Your Silver

 photo taken by de:Benutzer
Did you know that banana peels are great for polishing your silver? Believe it or not they are.

So next time you have a banana, don't toss the peel.

Cut off both hard ends and toss them out, then stick the peels in the blender. Puree it and then using a soft cloth rub your silver with it. Rinse the mush off and then buff your silver to a shine.

For spots of tarnish you can just use the inside of the peel.
by Rodolph

Saturday, October 17, 2015 update #4

A few years ago I blogged about the site Send Earnings and it is still legitimate. I might not be making money hand over fist, but for doing nothing I still get a nice little check every once in a while.

Check out the original blog entry -

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How to Remove White Rings from Your Wood Furniture

I have several methods to care for my wood furniture that all work quite well and keep it almost perfect condition.

One method that I use to remove white rings that were left from condensation is:

Mix a half teaspoon of plain white toothpaste with a half teaspoon of baking soda. Massage the mix into the stain, let sit a few minutes and wipe it away. Then buff the spot. If it seems a little dull apply polish or use the homemade polish I showed earlier.