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Published 11:38am Wednesday, February 22, 2012
I love e-mail. I get all sorts of things via e-mail. I get funny stuff, sad stuff, helpful stuff and silly stuff. I received one last week that was full of helpful hints. I want to share some of them with you.
A sealed envelope can be open by putting it into the freeze for a few hours. Afterwards, you can gently slip a knife under the flap. The envelope can also be resealed. Of course, I mean an envelope that has been accidentally sealed by humidity.
Empty toilet paper rolls can be used to store appliance and extension cords. The rolls can be labeled as to which appliance it belongs or the length of the extension cord. Of course, in a house with children empty toilet paper rolls are also great for binoculars, “rainmakers,” and other imaginative things.
I love candles. I don’t love cleaning my candle holders of wax residue. I’ve found that if there is a lot of wax it can be easily removed by placing the candle holder in the freezer for a few hours; then the wax will just pop off. However, if there is just a small amount of wax residue and the candleholder is glass or crystal, I usually put it through my dishwasher. Candles will burn longer if they have been stored in the freezer.
With six children in the house, it’s not unusual for us to have splint…………… continues on Hartselle Enquirer
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