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June - 2016, Tips

 

 

                               

 

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Saturday, 01 October 2016

Aloe-Vera Special

For Skin Care : Aloe vera plant relives the burned skin caused by sunburn. Try this Aloevera benefit to treat sunburn naturally at home.


Sunday, 02 October 2016

Aloe-Vera Special

For Skin Care : Smooth and glowing skin can be achieved with the help of Aloe vera plant. Take advantage of this Aloevera benefit by just rubbing the aloevera gel on your face.


Monday, 03 October 2016

Aloe-Vera Special

For Skin Care : Aloe vera plants are also helpful in curing blisters, insect bites and any allergic reactions, eczema, burns, inflammations, wounds, psoriasis. This Aloevera benefit is a boon for people who have sensitive skin.


Tuesday, 04 October 2016

Aloe-Vera Special

For Skin Care : Try this Aloevera benefit, if you have dry skin. You can get normal, smooth and shiny skin with the oil extract of Aloevera plant. 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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June - 2016

June - 2016, Tips 

 

Wednesday, 01 June 2016        

Newspaper Special

Packing material : Newspaper is a great substitute for bubble wrap. To pack a box with fragile contents, first wrap the items individually. Place them in the box, separated by crumpled paper. Then fill any remaining space with crumpled paper.


Thursday, 02 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Weed killer : If weeds are a problem in your garden, cover the flower beds with newspaper and soak them with water. Then cover the paper with compost or mulch. Eventually the paper will smother the weeds, and the organic matter will help your garden flourish.


Friday, 03 June 2016                    

Newspaper Special

Paper Mache : Keep your kids entertained with this fun craft activity. With just newspaper and glue you can make whatever you can think of.


Saturday, 04 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Fire starter : Use crumpled up bits of old newspaper to start a bonfire, charcoal grill or camp fire.


Sunday, 05 June 2016                 

Newspaper Special

Shape keeper : Ensure that your shoes and bags maintain their shape by stuffing them with crumpled newspaper after use.


Monday, 06 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Fruit and vegetable drawer liner : Place sheets of newspaper at the bottom of the fruit and vegetable drawer in your fridge. They will absorb any mess from rotten produce, and will also keep the drawer free from odours.


Tuesday, 07 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Ripen tomatoes : Wrap green tomatoes in sheets of newspaper, layer them in a box and put a lid on top – they will eventually ripen up to a lovely red colour.


Wednesday, 08 June 2016        

Newspaper Special

Stain protection : When using stain-prone products such as paint or shoe polish, place newspaper down before you start, to prevent soiling your carpet or furniture.


Thursday, 09 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Car floor covers : Lay folded newspaper on the floor of your vehicle – it will absorb water and help keep dirt off the carpet.


Friday, 10 June 2016                    

Newspaper Special

Fireplace logs : Roll up newspapers and tie them tightly with string to make makeshift logs. You can then use them in your fireplace, saving on wood.


Saturday, 11 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Camping aid : Put several sheets of newspaper underneath your sleeping bag when you go camping. This will keep your bag dry, free from dirt and grass stains, and will provide a warm padding.


Sunday, 12 June 2016                 

Newspaper Special

Table padding : Lay newspaper underneath a table cloth on your kitchen or dining room table. It’s an excellent replacement for expensive padding, and will help protect your table from spills and other damage.


Monday, 13 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Shoe and boot mat : Place a folded-up newspaper beside the door and keep wet and muddy footwear on it to prevent staining the carpet.


Tuesday, 14 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Shoe deodoriser : Crumple up balls of newspaper and stuff them into smelly shoes. Leave overnight and discard – and any odours will have disappeared.


Wednesday, 15 June 2016        

Newspaper Special

Book covers : Newspaper works just as well as shop-bought covers. To tell the books apart once they’re covered, use a section of the paper that mirrors the subject of the book.


Thursday, 16 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Cheap rags : Replace rags with old newspaper when cleaning paint brushes, removing oil stains and mopping up petrol spills.


Friday, 17 June 2016                    

Newspaper Special

Storing fruit : Wrapping apples in old newspaper somewhere dry will keep them from rotting.


Saturday, 18 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Draught proofing : Use folded up newspaper to plug any gaps in your windows or doors and cut your heating bills.


Sunday, 19 June 2016                 

Newspaper Special

Windscreen cover : Lay newspaper across your car windscreen during winter to protect it from frost.


Monday, 20 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Carpet underlining : If you have a foam-backed carpet, lay newspaper down on the floor underneath it. This will help protect the carpet, and will also stop it sliding.


Tuesday, 21 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Protect outdoor plants : If a cold snap is coming, cover outdoor plants with sheets of newspaper, and secure them to plant stems with clothes pins. This only works if the weather is dry.


Wednesday, 22 June 2016        

Newspaper Special

Clearing up broken glass : First, pick up and dispose of the larger pieces. Then carefully blot the surrounding area with a few sheets of wet newspaper – the shards of glass will stick to the damp wad of paper.


Thursday, 23 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Seedling pot : Layer several sheets of paper on top of each other and shape them into a makeshift container for germinating seedlings.


Friday, 24 June 2016                    

Newspaper Special

Oven cleaner : Don’t waste paper towels on cleaning up any residue in your oven – mop it up with a few sheets of moistened, crumpled newspaper.


Saturday, 25 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Unscrewing a broken light bulb : Use a wad of newspaper to unscrew a hot light bulb and prevent burning your fingers.


Sunday, 26 June 2016                 

Newspaper Special

Insect traps : If your garden is under siege from earwigs, dispose of them by making your own environmentally-friendly traps. Simply roll up a wet newspaper, tie it with a rubber band, and leave in the infested area overnight. By morning the bugs will have gone.


Monday, 27 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Car wheel traction : Keep a stack of newspapers in the boot of your car during the winter months to prevent getting stuck on a patch of ice or slush. Placing a wad under each rear wheel will help get your car back on the road.


Tuesday, 28 June 2016               

Newspaper Special

Removing musty odours : Crumple newspaper and place in a suitcase for a couple of weeks to remove stale smells.


Wednesday, 29 June 2016        

Newspaper Special

Knee pad : Use old newspaper as a knee pad when gardening or scrubbing floors.


Thursday, 30 June 2016              

Newspaper Special

Protect car seats from muddy or wet clothing.

 

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