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    Can there be a list of the daily tasks in the OP.

    I lost track of the now huge thread and have no clue what the challenges are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    Can there be a list of the daily tasks in the OP.

    I lost track of the now huge thread and have no clue what the challenges are.
    I was thinking of this last night would be very helpfully

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    I'm frantically trying to catch up.. I'm only up to the pantry.. My usual housework took over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Lover View Post
    I'm frantically trying to catch up.. I'm only up to the pantry.. My usual housework took over
    That's ok, I'm really behind as well. I am on my own decluttering journey and an having trouble doing these tasks on the right day. Hopefully later in the month some of the tasks will be things I've already done so ill end up on track!

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    Oh dear... I've just had a look at what I'm starting with...
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    I might try and clean the outside tonight and try the bicarb overnight tip on the weekend.

    Anyone got any tips for cleaning the metal racks? Mine are a bit of a nightmare!
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    I'm working with the same.. I'm currently cleaning mine with ammonia but it stinks to high hell.. I have heard that if you sit the racks in the bath tub with a couple of litres if warm water and some ammonia if scrubs clean pretty easily.
    A lot of people aren't keen on the ammonia smell though, it's pretty strong and you should never ever mix it with bleach.

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    I've just had another google. Fill the tub with warm water and 1/2 cup of ammonia and leave for at least 15 mins.

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    Thanks @Bunny Lover I'll give that a go!

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