People have a lot of stuff now days. Sometimes we keep too much junk but either way we like our stuff. Having so much stuff can pose a problem when it comes to storing it. A lot of people just junk up their houses and then they have no room in the house to live. Nobody really wants to junk up their house but they don’t have anywhere to put all their stuff.
Don’t forget your pets. Dogs who don’t like water can benefit from a dry shampoo and cats who don’t like water can too. The baking soda and oatmeal will clean them up too.
First start with the forks. You will want to stack them on top of one another the right way. Use a rubber band to tie the bottom sections together. Group the forks into groups of about ten. The same can be done for spoons. When it comes to knives you will want to tie the handles together and place them in a plastic storage container. You can purchase plastic rent storage container from your local dollar store. Place them inside the storage containers and put the top on the container. You can then use tape to secure the top onto the container. This way it will not spill out all over the bin when you are transporting everything.
If your child loves playing in the sandbox why not bring the sandbox inside. You can create one for indoors by using a cardboard box, baby bathtub, or plastic storage bin and filling it with puffed wheat or rice cereal. Since this is an indoor sandbox you can let them use your kitchen utensils to play with as well.
It is hard not to like baking soda. It is practically one of the most versatile products at home which you can use virtually anywhere in the house. Among its practical uses is to remove those stubborn stains left on your plastic food storage containers. Start by sprinkling baking soda unto the food container and scrubbing it gently with a sponge or damp cloth. This will surely remove even the toughest stain. Baking soda can also be used as a deodorizer to remove foul odor from your containers.
First, you must clean your plastic banner. Even if you plastic banner has been strung up inside, still has dust and also dirt on it. No matter if you can see it. This might just mean a straightforward wiping off of the muck with a slightly wet and soapy rag, or even if the banner continues to be hung outside, the cleaning process could be more involved.
Finally I add Ranch Dressing to the mix – about a quarter cup, if you need to measure it. Stir and shake if you’ve got a container with a lid. Set the combined ingredients in the fridge for about two hours, or until thoroughly chilled. Makes about 4-6 one cup servings. Enjoy.