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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post

    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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    Beware the bi carb, you really do need to clean it off really well or it leaves a lot of residue.

    I used steel wool on my racks.





















    I now have blisters on my nipples though

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    I just sprayed the oven! Will leave for a while and wipe it out. Feeling accomplished already.

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    OK, so I have dropped way behind. Luckily my microwave is always pretty clean so I don't have to worry about that. The freezer and oven may have to wait till the weekend though. I have a pile of washing and a pile of dishes a mile high, two beds to make and SS's are coming tomorrow so I have half a day to do it. Lol, maybe I should do before and after photos.

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    I used bicarb on my oven while I was pregnant. I found over time it built up a white residue on the bottom of my oven which made it smoke, so now that I am baby free body I went for the Mr Muscle lol

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    Also just good old Al Foil on the bottom of the oven is great. Catches any mess and you just pull it out and swap it for some new

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpmakes2 View Post
    Also just good old Al Foil on the bottom of the oven is great. Catches any mess and you just pull it out and swap it for some new
    That's what I do, so easy!

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    7th June – Plastics Cupboard
    Time to have a clean out of all the stuff with no lids, re-organise so that you can actually find things, and so that it doesn’t all fall out when you open the cupboard. Old containers with no lids make great storage or tidybins for other cupboards like laundry or toy room too …

    If you have a thermos or lunchbox that is beginning to smell a little funky, pour 1/4 cup salt into it and close it up for the night. In the morning, rinse and wipe clean, and it should smell fresh again.

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    I am in WA ... so my "post in the morning" is a bit later than yours Is another reason why they are posted a day in advance.


 

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