Jocie's a fiend with a glue gun, and she's always gluing something together. Too bad those rickety stands the glue guns come with don't work very well. When we setup her new craft desk, I
also made her a simple, sleek glue gun holder.
I used scrap plywood, pine and poplar lying around the shop, and I found an old, spare bath tile. This project was really simple, and it only took about 4 hours to complete. I hope you like it. #glue_gun#woodworking
My top 25 tips for using vinegar in your cleaning. Vinegar is an all natural bacteria and germ killer. It is environmentally friendly and inexpensive. I will give you a teaser with a
few of my tips here. You can click over to my blog for the rest of my top 25.
Counter tops - clean with a rag and vinegar.Drain or garbage disposal - pour in 1 cup baking
soda then one cup hot vinegar. Let sit for 5
minutes. Run hot water down the drain. (Note: some garbage disposals
do not react well to this cleaning method check all manufacturer
instructions first.)Microwave - mixing equal parts vinegar and water in a microwave-safe bowl. Bring it to a boil inside the microwave. Wipe clean.Refrigerator - clean with a half-and-half solution of water and vinegar.Dishwasher - pour a cup of vinegar inside an empty machine and run through cycle. Come on over and see the other tips plus some before and after pictures in my own home as I put vinegar to the test.
My parents gave us a grill last year, and they stored it outside and never really cleaned the grates very well, and my husband and I are wondering if there is a way that we can clean the
rust and really cooked on food off our cast iron grill grates?
Is there a particular product or method for doing this. We would like to save as much money as possible.
Commented on Jul 25, 2012
Another suggestion that works for me is to treat your cast iron after cleaning it. I coat my
cast iron with cooking grease or oil then heat it to seal the iron. Just rub a thin layer into the iron with a paper towel or clean rag then heat. Done regularly, this helps to create a finish that is less sticky while cooking, easier for cleanup, and helps to prevent future rust problems,. This works well with cast iron pans also. And just about any kind of heat will work. When camping, I just through my pans back on the fire after treating.
I utilized almost every inch of usable space under these stairs. 30" deep drawers under the lower section and a small mini bar in the higher back part. and also a deep storage area beyond the countertop.