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    Napisan is a fantastic toilet cleaner. I use the cheap Coles one and it's fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Spilt red wine on carpet?
    Also, pour salt on it - gets rid of stain completely

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    These are wonderful tips...subscribing!! Now to remember that I've subscribed when I need to get a stain out!!!

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    Not sure if this is useful but.... I love going to the hairdresser and my hair is very fine which often dries out on the ends. Instead if paying $20 for a 500ml treatment mix conditioner and vinegar to make a watery paste then leave in your hair for 20 mins and it's amazing. Don't worry it doesn't smell like vinegar when you wash it out!!!

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    Loving these

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    if a berry stains cotton clothes, lay the clothes in the sink and pour boiling water over. Instant stain removal. Only works with berries and only on cotton clothes.

    After chopping garlic or fresh chili, dribble a little milk on your fingers and rub, the smell is neutralised immediately. Especially advisable if you plan to remove contact lenses after preparing dinner (I didn't - ouch!!!)

    Use toothpaste or bi-carb paste to shine your sink

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    Any tips on how to get Berocca out of the carpet. I've tried a carpet cleaner and everything.
    My useful tip is to use vinegar instead of fabric softener and instead of rinse aid in the dishwasher.

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    Subscibing .. thanks for this thread!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrogsnSnails View Post
    Any for getting poo out of carpet? Yeah yeah ok, I wasn't quick enough with the nappy change this morning
    Remove excess with paper towel, then sponge the area with a solution of warm water mixed with a little ammonia then apply a deodorizing fabric sorry to neutralise the odour.


 

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