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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Domestic Divas...

It's Sunday again and that means it is time for another round of Domestic Divas!
One of my readers will be chosen as the Domestic Diva of the week and get featured along with their blog via email.

Here is my tip: Use hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stains from fabric.

Leave a comment with your household tip, recipe, or anything else might just be picked as One Little Mom's Domestic Diva of the week!


Jill said...

Mmm household tip.....ok, after chopping garlic, to get the smell off your hands, rub them on your stainless steel sink (if you have one). The smell will disappear! go on, try it! It really works!

Just stopped by from a blog hop. I’m following you now and hope you’ll stop by my blog sometime too! Have a lovely week.
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Veronica Lee said...

Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog!
Have a nice day!

LifeTwins&dramaQueen said...

Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog.

Menopausal New Mom said...

Hi, thanks for finding me today. I dropped by to follow you back :)

And I do have a little household hint. If you use stainless steel pots and find a buildup or residue in the bottom (looks a bit like an oil slick), you can easily remove it by rubbing half a lemon on the bottom of the pots. Lifts it right up and leave the pot looking like new after a quick rinse.

Happy Tuesday!

Grandma Bonnie said...

My tip, plugged drain? Put 1/2 cup baking soda and 1cup vinegar down the drain wait half an hour then pour boiling water down the drain. Works for grease and more!
New follower from the Follow me chickadee
hop. Hope you follow back.

Barbara said...

Following you back from The Top Tuesday Blog Hop 6/28

ICStarzz said...

You can use 2 parts water, one part vinegar in a bowl to clean your make up brushes. This is good for people who have sensitive skin and want to keep their brushes free from old makeup and old skin oils.
You take your brush and swish it around in the vinegar water mixture for at least 30 seconds, then rinse clean with warm water. Reshape the brushes and lay them down on a washcloth or paper towel to air dry. flicking the brush is not recommended.

Thanks for stopping by KreativeKaring! I'm a new follower from the Tuesday Blog Hop. :)


Staci said...

Thank you for sharing that great tip! BTW... I am a new GFC follower.
~Staci at 7 on a Shoestring

Nicole Orriƫns said...

Hi thanks for visiting Momfever, and leaving a comment! I like the tip about removing blood. I didn't know this worked!