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    TIP OF THE DAY

    If your shoes are suede or have suede trim on them and they have gotten dull and faded looking, you can spray them with Pledge furniture polish and then wipe with a clean rag and they will get their color back and look new again.

    Old black suede running shoes look almost gray after a while but this trick makes them look new again.
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    Trying this one again, putting super glue on it this time.

    Grow your own Garlic (it's easy!)

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    Prepare for a financial Doomsday

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    TIP OF THE DAY

    To make cleaning the microwave easier. Wet and ring out a clean dish cloth, lay it in the microwave and then run the microwave on high for 2 minutes.

    Carefully remove the cloth, it will be very hot, rinse in warm water to cool it down then just wipe all surfaces of the microwave.

    The cloth will have steamed everything loose so all you have to do is wipe.

    No more scrubbing.
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    Gardening Without Work: For the Aging, the Busy & the Indolent - Ruth Stout, I also include a video of an interview with her.
    Homestead Survival: Gardening Without Work: For the Aging, the Busy & the Indolent - Ruth Stout, I also include a video of an interview with her.

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    TIP OF THE DAY

    Water in your ear from swimming or the shower? Mix 5 drops rubbing alcohol with 5 drops of white vinegar.

    Lean your head and pour into the affected ear, wait 30 seconds then lean your head to the other side to all the mix to drain out.

    The alcohol will dry the water up and the vinegar has a high acidic make up which will help to prevent infection.
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