Table Salt

Table Salt

Did you know there are 14,000 uses for table salt? It’s amazing at the endless possibilities what one can do with just salt.

Here is a list of a few uses for table salt:

1) For a minor sore throat

2) Tired aching feet

3) Bee Strings

4) Sooth irritation

5) In your bath

6) Rubbing some salt and lemon juice on a cutting
broad to remove stains

7) Clean up oil spills on your driveway

8) Sprinkle salt on your sidewalk or driveway and
pour hot water will kill the weeds

9) On snow and ice in the winter will melt away

10) Putting a little in a vase before adding flowers
will keep them flesh longer

11) Put in water before boiling an egg will be easier
to peel

12) Clean your iron by rubbing salt on the ironing
suface

13) Salt and lemon juice removes mildew

14) Sprinkle on your shelves to keep ants away

15) Give brooms a long life. Soak it’s bristles in hot salty water

16) Douse the flames in your fireplace. The fire will burn out more quickly

17) Deodorize your sneaker to knock the odor. Just sprinkle a little salt in the sneaker

18) Hard water in your fish tank. Rub the inside of the tank before putting your fish back. Use plain salt!

Salt away!!!

De-clutter your Pantry!

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Challenge for this week:

De-clutter and tidy your Pantry!

It doesn’t require skills to organize a pantry closet for some of us that is. 🙂

Here are some steps you can use to de-clutter and arrange a tidy clean pantry:

1) Take out all the items from the pantry and lay out on a table or counter top even the  floor. Please make sure to get rid of stuff that has expired.

2) Clean the shelves.

3) Now sort out your snacks to one group, spices in another group, cereals, canned goods, pasta, and con’t from there.

4) Keep all snacks, spices, cereals, canned goods, pasta each on it’s own shelf. Snacks can go on lower shelf, canned goods on the 2nd shelf and so one. Items that are often used keep right in front. Makes sense?

Happy De-cluttering!!