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    Any tips on getting dried superglue out of a pair of pants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1979nic View Post
    Any tips on getting dried superglue out of a pair of pants?
    Or carpet?

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    How to get dried play dough out of carpet??

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    Any tips on how to get nail polish out of a suede couch???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by misspumpkin View Post
    Or carpet?
    Acetone. Pure acetone. Use gloves and a mask, dab it on using cotton balls {wet the ball in acetone, press onto the glue spot, hold for count of five, remove, the glue turns into a crumbly chunk so pick glue chunk off, then go wash pants/carpet} and do it as quickly as possible, washing the carpet {and for the previous poster} pants, straight after.

    I do custom My Little Ponies, and when you buy a bait {pony to be customised}, sometimes they've been damaged severely with old, concrete-hard glue. Acetone strips it off within seconds.

    Be very careful using it though.

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    for the peope game enough to.. if you are looking at cars at car yards and are paying cash or have pre-approved finance, wear your scrappiest, well loved clothes. the salesmen think you cant afford their cars and will leave you alone allowing you to have a good unsupervised look at the cars you want. once you are ready and want to know more about a certain car tell them you have cash etc and they cant do enough for you.

    thats how i got my car, well below asking price too cos i caught him off guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lw1981 View Post
    for the peope game enough to.. if you are looking at cars at car yards and are paying cash or have pre-approved finance, wear your scrappiest, well loved clothes. the salesmen think you cant afford their cars and will leave you alone allowing you to have a good unsupervised look at the cars you want. once you are ready and want to know more about a certain car tell them you have cash etc and they cant do enough for you.

    thats how i got my car, well below asking price too cos i caught him off guard.
    Not too sure about this one.. Maybe at a prestige car yard?
    I was a car salesperson several years ago (Toyota, Nissan and Hyundai) and one of the main things we got told about selling was to never judge a customer..

    There were many stories of salespeople ignoring or treating down people of poor appearance who ended up being rich farm/land owners, mine workers or similar and losing a sale.

    I personally sold a car to a gentleman who smelt strongly of beer, was poorly dressed and unshaven and was also slightly intoxicated because a senior salesperson thought he was a "tyrekicker"...
    Turns out he was a vietnam war veteran who had just won $680,000 on tattslotto hello commission on the sale at full retail price with all the trimmings :-)

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    These are personal ones: A clove of garlic with a nick in it is great for thrush. Just pop it on up there over night and remove in the morning. If thrush is more severe, cut the clove in half.
    Also, an indication of diabetes is if your urine smells sweet, apparently you can taste it and it will taste sweet too.
    I have tried neither of these, so if anyone gives it a go, let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quin View Post
    These are personal ones: A clove of garlic with a nick in it is great for thrush. Just pop it on up there over night and remove in the morning. If thrush is more severe, cut the clove in half.
    Also, an indication of diabetes is if your urine smells sweet, apparently you can taste it and it will taste sweet too.
    I have tried neither of these, so if anyone gives it a go, let me know!
    Wouldn't you have to taste it all the time to know there was a taste difference.

    Oh, the very thought...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    To rid your cups from annoying coffee and tea stains wash with a scourer and plenty of salt.
    Soaking in white vinegar helps too


 

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