March 7, 2007 4:53pm CST
I'd like to hear any home-making tips that you may have. Here are some that I know and practice: When washing off blood from cloth, use perfumed bath soap. (not dried blood). You can use old pantyhose or stockings as fillings for pincusions. Put delicate underwears inside old pantyhose before putting inside the washing machine. You can wash off strong smell like garlic, fish, onion from your hands with toothpaste. (c/o Tyra).
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• Guangzhou, China
24 Apr 10
AS far as I am concerned, I think i am not work at home, But I think I do have some tips on work at home to be more successfully. I think the fisr one that you should try your best to do is keep a good attitude towards life,which is the most important that you should think. Then I think you must try your best to stick to the job that you are doing. As thses two things are done so well in your life, I think you will achieve a lot in your future.
• United States
14 Mar 07
Hi mangkasuy, My best tips come out of my kitchen. I save all of my vegetable peels and fruit skins. I throw my vegetable peels in the garden to make compost and I use my fruit skins with cloves and cinnamon and cook them on the stove for potpouri. I also dip my sink water out and pour it outside to water. Saves on the water bill some. I use salt and lemon to clean my cutting board and stove top. Not only does it clean well, but leaves the kitchen smelling all lemony.