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Quick Tip Tuesday: Food Wrap Storage

Quick Tip Tuesday: Food Wrap Storage

Brilliant Ways to Use Drawer Pulls & Handles You've Never Thought Of

Brilliant Ways to Use Drawer Pulls & Handles You've Never Thought Of

THE LAUNDRY ASSISTANT is a big help, especially if your washer and dryer are in the kitchen. There’s room to hang dry, baskets to hold your iron and soaps, cloth bags to store hand wash items and a spot for an itty bity ironing board, too!

THE LAUNDRY ASSISTANT is a big help, especially if your washer and dryer are in the kitchen. There’s room to hang dry, baskets to hold your iron and soaps, cloth bags to store hand wash items and a spot for an itty bity ironing board, too!

Avoid paint strippers by removing paint from old hardware using a hot water bath.

Avoid paint strippers by removing paint from old hardware using a hot water bath.

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20 of the Most Popular Cleaning Hacks on Pinterest - Best Cleaning Hacks

20 of the Most Popular Cleaning Hacks on Pinterest - Best Cleaning Hacks

Make your life easier with these genius tips.

Make your life easier with these genius tips.

Save these cleaning hacks for later by pinning this image and follow Woman's Day on Pinterest for more.

Save these cleaning hacks for later by pinning this image and follow Woman's Day on Pinterest for more.

It may be hard to notice at first, but chances are there's a lot of gunk that has collected on your cabinets—especially near the handles. To make them look brand new, mix one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the mixture into the cabinets, and see the difference. For more, go to One Good Thing by Jillee.

It may be hard to notice at first, but chances are there's a lot of gunk that has collected on your cabinets—especially near the handles. To make them look brand new, mix one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the mixture into the cabinets, and see the difference. For more, go to One Good Thing by Jillee.

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A blog that documents our lives as newlyweds, apartment living and decorating, interior design, and other pretty things.