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How to get rust stains out of toilet bowls – 7 ways to remove them

Quick and Easy Tips to Remove Rust Stains From Toilet Bowls When you have hard water, rust stains in toilet bowls are a common eyesore that can be frustrating and downright embarrassing. Scrubbing away at the stains can feel like an endless battle that you just can't seem to win ...
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Best Organizational Gifts: 28 Inexpensive Ideas for a Clutter-Free Life

Give the Gift of a Clutter-Free Life with these Best Organizational Gift Ideas If you are struggling to find the perfect gift for your loved one, you should consider these best organizational gifts to help them achieve a more efficient, less stressful, and clutter-free life. When you give someone tools ...
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How to Clean a Smelly Dishwasher and Solve the Stinky Situation

It happens to the best of us. You go to use your dishwasher and, as you open the door, you get hit with a nasty, gag-inducing smell. Or your dishes smell weird right after you've run them through a cycle. Don't jump to go buy a new one just yet, ...
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Say Goodbye to the Stink: How to Get Rid of Rotten Meat Smell

Have you ever opened your freezer or fridge and been hit with a gag-inducing rotten meat smell? Our old garage beer fridge, which also doubles as a second freezer for meat, suffered a power outage in a storm while we were away on vacation last month. We had no idea ...
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Chill Out for Less: Cheap Ways to Block Heat from Windows

Does it feel like you live in a sauna because your house is too hot in summer? It may be because sunlight coming through your windows heats up the room through radiant energy. Objects inside the room - like your walls, floor, and furniture - absorb this heat energy and ...