LiveingWell Health News Letter




Simplest way to slice a bunch of cherry tomatoes is to sandwich them between two plastic lids and run a long knife through all of them at once!

Keep brown sugar soft by storing with a couple of marshmallows

Install a regular coat rack low down the wall to store shoes safely of the floor

Repurpose an old picture frame as a serving tray.

Boil orange peel and cloves to get rid of unpleasant smells in the kitchen.

Fill an old box with skewers to make an all-purpose knife block.

Hanging a bundle of chalk in the closet to keeps everything fresh and Dry.

Chalk absorbs excess moisture - a thrifty alternative to an electric dehumidifier!

Add half a teaspoon of baking soda to the water when hard-boiling eggs to make the shells incredibly easy to peel off.

WD-40 can be used to remove crayon marks from any surface!

Use a tension rod and shower hooks to store saucepans inside a kitchen cupboard.  Instead of stacked pots

When hanging a picture frame, put a dab of toothpaste on the frame where you need the nails to be.

Then simply press against the wall to leave marks (which can later be wiped) as guides for hammering in.

Use ice-cubes to lift out indentations made by furniture on your carpets.

To easily peel potatoes, boil with the skins on them immerse in cold water for 5 seconds.

Then twist the potatoes between your hands and the skin will peel right off!

Use rubber bands to help open a jar easily: place one around the jar lid and another around the middle of the glass.

The rubber provides friction to prevent your hands from slipping.

Use ketchup to remove the tarnish from copper pans.

Slather the pan with ketchup and leave for 30 minutes for the acid to break down the tarnish, then rinse clean and buff with a soft cloth.


Store bed sheets inside their pillowcases for easy storage and access.

Place a few drops of essential oil on the cardboard tube of a toilet roll to make your bathroom smell wonderful.

Cut the top off a screw-top bottle and use to seal open bags.

Use chalk to remove grease stains from clothes. Simply rub white chalk on the affected area

and wash as normal. The chalk will absorb the grease and be washed away in the cycle.

Slot the stick of a popsicle through a cupcake case to prevent drips on little fingers.

Store matches in a mason jar and add a disc of sandpaper to the lid on which to strike them.

A ball of aluminum foil makes a great glassware scrubber!


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