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A good way to clean and remove them hard water stains on your toilet is to pour a bottle of coke down your toilet and leave overnight before flushing, has to be proper coke not some Tesco ting.

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You can use toothpaste to clean many things, I use it on my laminate flooring. Gets rid of scuff marks very easily

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if you ain't got a gauze for your bong

just find a thick stem in ur weed which stems into a Y

stick the bottom of the Y into the hole, air will go through and your weed will just burn on top of the Y

i actually prefer this to gauze

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i like cutting onions normally, the only way i cry nowadays. That and watching new simpsons episodes.

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Vinegar repels mosquitos and contains a healing agent which can remedy sunburn and prickly heat

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Wanna win downing bottles of wkd etc, then place a bendy straw in the bottle before you drink it this stops the bubbles

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Wanna win downing bottles of wkd etc, then place a bendy straw in the bottle before you drink it this stops the bubbles

STRAWPEEDO.

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Baby wipes are good for cleaning trainers.

pos.

discovered this late, used to f*ck around with a toothbrush and washing up liquids,

baby wipes = sparkling white.

Or for an upgrade try them flash all purpose wipes.

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Rather than soaking pans and other cooking stuff coz its too hard to wash up straight away wash it with bicarbonate of soda first and everything will come off pretty much instantly

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When putting quilt covers on turn the cover inside out, then grip the quilt with the corners of the cover and flip the cover over.

GF showed me that months after I'd moved to Uni, wish she'd have told me earlier I could have saved hours.

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When putting quilt covers on turn the cover inside out, then grip the quilt with the corners of the cover and flip the cover over.

GF showed me that months after I'd moved to Uni, wish she'd have told me earlier I could have saved hours.

wha..eh..how old are you?

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When putting quilt covers on turn the cover inside out, then grip the quilt with the corners of the cover and flip the cover over.

GF showed me that months after I'd moved to Uni, wish she'd have told me earlier I could have saved hours.

wha..eh..how old are you?

lmao

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