Sticky Tack (also called Museum Putty) is great for holding things in place. I've just used it to fix some desk organizers in place (they were sliding all over whenever the drawer was opened & closed; now they stay put)!
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No more foods getting lost on the high shelf or back of the fridge!
I keep my pantry and fridge organized by putting like foods in plastic organization bins (found at your favorite discount department store for $2-4 a bin). In the fridge, I used organizers for kitchen drawers for the small jars and such.
Bonus! Tired of your silverwear organizer sliding to the back of the drawer? Put a little sticky tack on the bottom and it will stay put!
1.Remove perspiration stains - Add four tablespoons of salt to one quart of hot water and sponge the fabric with the solution until stains fade. 2.Brighten colors - Wash colored curtains or washable fiber rugs in a saltwater solution to brighten the colors. Brighten faded rugs & carpets by rubbing them briskly with a cloth that has been dipped in a strong saltwater solution & wrung out. (Con't) 432
3.Clean a gunky iron bottom - Sprinkle a little salt on a piece of paper & run the hot iron over it to remove rough, sticky spots.
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