30 Mar 2015
March 30, 2015

Nine Weird Uses For Windex

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What can unstick a zipper, remove stains and kill bugs on contact? No, it’s not Superman—it’s Windex!

Skeptical? Check out nine of Windex’s most impressive hidden powers:

1. Cut Through Grease

You know that pesky grease on your stove and pans that requires so much scrubbing to remove that you’re sore the next morning? There’s an easy fix: apply 2-3 sprays of Windex to the greasy area and let it sit for 15 minutes. Then, wipe it with a rag and the grease will slide off like butter. Note: Be sure to thoroughly wash your pans with dish soap before cooking again.

2. Unstick a Zipper

Spray 1-2 sprays of Windex on the area where the zipper is stuck. It acts as a lubricant. Slowly begin pulling the zipper back and forth until it starts it’s normal zipping duties again.

3. Add a Streak-Free Shine to Stainless Steel and Tile

Stainless steel and tile (especially tile floors) are prone to streaking, which is pretty irritating while you’re cleaning. Use Windex on countertop tiles and stainless steel appliances to find that elusive streak-free shine.

4. Actually, Add Shine to Almost Any Surface

Turns out you can use Windex on whatever surface you want! Looking to clean the kitchen in a pinch? Spray Windex on the countertops, fridge, stove top and sink. Then, quickly run a rag over everything. You can tell your houseguests it took all day – we won’t reveal your secret!

5. Clean Electronics

Windex can be used on the outer shell of electronics like DVRs, cable boxes, TVs, your laptop or desktop computer and lamps. It will pick up dust and leave your devices sparkling clean. However, we recommend avoiding the screen entirely!

6. Stain Remover

Yes, you read that correctly. Windex can be used on fabrics and carpet to remove most stains including coffee, food, drinks, blood (gross, but true), grease and oil. For small clothing stains, use two sprays and let the Windex sit on the fabric for 5-7 minutes. Then, throw it in the washer. If the stain is larger (about the size of your fist), try 5-6 sprays.

Use the same amount of Windex for carpet stains and lightly dab your carpet with a paper towel or clean rag. It may take a few rounds of spraying Windex and dabbing before the stain is gone, but if you persevere, it’ll work!

Tip: Test a small amount of Windex on an inconspicuous area of the fabric or carpet to be sure it won’t damage the material before going gung-ho on the stain.

7. Calm Swelling

Did you know that Windex can be used to remove things like stuck wedding rings? It’s true! Windex reduces swelling. Apply 1-2 sprays to a swollen finger and after a minute you’ll be able to slip your ring off. Once your swelling goes down, make sure to wash the Windex off of you skin and jewelry.

8. Bug Deterrent

Windex works as bug spray for ants, flies, stinkbugs and most other creepy crawlers you will occasionally find around the house. However, we recommend that you only use Windex to kill bugs on contact, not as a preventative measure.

9. Clean a Clogged Printerhead

Your printerhead is the part of the printer that attaches to the ink cartridge and applies the ink to the page. They’re pretty temperamental, and get clogged easily especially if you have an older model.

If this happens, first turn off your printer. Then, wet a paper towel with 3-4 sprays of Windex, remove the ink cartridge, and place the paper towel on the printerhead. Leave the paper towel for 24 hours and make sure the printerhead is dry before you turn the printer back on and try to print with a new ink cartridge.

JOKE OF THE DAY:Your Monday morning enthusiasm is creating a hostile working environment.

HAPPY MARCH 30 BIRTHDAY TO: Celine Dion 47, Eric Clapton 70, Robbie Coltrane 65, Warren Beatty 78, Justin Moore 31, Ian Zeirling 51, Tracey Chapman 51, Mark Consuelos 44, Peter Marshall 89, Ingvar Kamprad (founder of IKEA) 89, John Astin (1930-2014), Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), and Adam Goldstein (DJ AM) (1973-2009).

08 Mar 2015
March 8, 2015

Use A Paint Roller To Clean Popcorn Ceilings

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Thinking about some spring cleaning already? Use a paint roller to clean popcorn ceilings.

Roll a damp high-nap paint roller over the ceiling to pick up dust and cobwebs without knocking down pieces of the ceiling the way sweeping would.

JOKE OF THE DAY: My Saturday was going pretty well until I realized it was Sunday.

HAPPY MARCH 8 BIRTHDAY TO: Mickey Dolenz 70, Kat Von D 33, Hines Ward 39, James Van Der Beek 39, Freddie Prinze Jr. 39, Aiden Quinn 56, Camryn Manheim 54, Clint, Dave and Bob Moffatt 30, Alan “Skipper” Hale (1921-1999), and Lynn Redgrave (1943-2010).

 

23 Feb 2015
February 23, 2015

Can These Laundry Mistakes Be Saved?

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Basket of laundry dyed pink
Towels that are no longer absorbent
Fix it: The most likely culprit is fabric softener. It can coat terry cloth with a waxy, water-resistant film that ruins the very mission of towels. To dissolve the buildup and restore the fluff, wash the towels the next few times with 1/4 cup white vinegar added to the rinse cycle, and skip the softener in the future.Sweater with a bleach stain
Forget it: Sorry, you’re out of luck. Your only choice is to dye the whole garment its original shade. Or, if the stain is tiny, try spot-dyeing with an eyedropper.

Load of whites turned pink (that *@#%&! red sock!)
Fix it: Soak the discolored stuff in a sink filled with water and bleach (10 parts water to 1 part bleach) or OxiClean (read the label for the amount). Check every 15 minutes or so and remove when white; 90 minutes should be more than enough. Then machine wash. Still pink? Try Rit Whitener and Brightener.

Shrunken wool
Forget it: This is baaad. Unless the wool has been treated (the garment label will indicate this), the fibers constrict in water. There really is no remedy.

Load left sitting in the washer for 24 hours
Fix it: Rewash the load with 1 cup white vinegar (and no detergent) to kill the mildew odor.

Load left sitting in the dryer
Fix it: Don’t worry—the wrinkles haven’t set in forever. Toss in a damp, clean hand towel and run the dryer for a few minutes. The steam created should relax the wrinkles.

JOKE OF THE DAY: I am opening a gym called “Resolutions”. It will have exercise equipment for the first two weeks and then turn into a bar for the rest of the year.

HAPPY FEBRUARY 23 BIRTHDAY TO: Peter Fonda 75, Michael Dell 50, Patricia Richardson 64, Johnny Winter 71, Emily Blunt 32, Kristin Davis 50, Perez Hilton 37, Niecy Nash 45, Dakota Fanning 21, and Victor Flemming (1889-1949).

07 Feb 2015
February 7, 2015

Organizing Under Bathroom Sink With Dollar Store Finds

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Do you get tired of having the area under your bathroom sink looking like a disaster? You can organize it for as little as $5! First you need to take everything out from under your sink. Throw away anything you don’t need.
 
I sorted what remained in groups with like items. I ended up with a group of razors, cotton balls, lotions and ointments, and toothbrushes.
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After I was done sorting I made a trip to any Dollar Store and purchased the four bins and a plastic basket.
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I stacked three of them on top of each other.The fourth one wouldn’t fit because of the sink being in the way. I had to put the fourth one on the other side by itself.
JOKE OF THE DAY: How many of us have ever looked around at a family reunion and thought, ‘Well, aren’t we just two clowns short of a circus.”
HAPPY FEBRUARY 7 BIRTHDAY TO: Ashton Kutcher 37, Garth Brooks 53, Chris Rock 40, James Spader 55, Deborah Ann Woll 30, Stephan Colletti 29, Miguel Ferrer 60, King Curtis (1934-1971), John Deere (1804-1886), and Charles Dickens (1812-1870).
 
01 Feb 2015
February 1, 2015

How To Clean Your Leather Furniture

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How to Clean your Leather Furniture….
Before you clean the leather, vacuum the crevices of the couch to get rid of dirt and dust, and anything else that could have fallen between the couch cracks. You don’t want to start applying cleaning solutions to a dirty couch, since the dirt and particles can be rubbed in, scratching and destroying the leather surface.
*Moisturizing Soap and Water
For an overall cleaning method, use a solution of a moisturizing soap, such as Dove body wash, and water. Apply the solution lightly with a soft cloth, and then buff it away. Do not rinse it, since a lot of water can damage leather. Moisturizing soaps like Dove are the least abrasive to leather furniture, and they give the same results as they would to dry skin.
*Baby Wipes
Baby wipes can do wonders to leather, but you should use the right kind. The “sensitive” kinds are usually the best, since they are very soft. A lot of the store brand wipes aren’t as soft, so if you have name brand wipes around, such as Pampers, use those instead.
*Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover
Use this method for stains, not for overall cleaning. Make sure you test this on a back corner of the couch first before you apply it to the rest of the couch. You wouldn’t want it to change the color of your leather. It obviously works on nail polish stains, but it also works well to remove ink stains and pet urine stains. Apply the polish remover with a soft cloth, then wipe it away completely.
*Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
Love this product for many reasons, and cleaning a leather couch is one of them. It works well to get rid of dirt on the surface, as well as stains from food and spilled drinks.
*Hairspray
This is another good way to get rid of ink stains. Although on a black couch, there doesn’t seem to be a problem, however, people use hairspray to remove ink from their white and cream colored couches. Again, you should test this on a back corner of the couch first.
*Armor All Protectant Wipes
Although this isn’t the best method of making your couch look shiny, it does work for a quick fix if you don’t have conditioner available and you’re expecting company over. For this, I use the wipes and go over the entire couch. Then, I go back over with a dry cloth to remove the excess oil. That way, you’re not going to slide off the couch, it just gives it a nice shine. It makes leather seats in a car look nice, it can make couches look nice too, especially dark couches like black, red and brown.
*Finish Cleaning With a Leather Conditioner
There are many different conditioners for leather furniture out there. Deep conditioning is the best way to keep your couch in good shape. Luckily, you may be able to get conditioner from your furniture dealer. These conditioners are readily available in most retail and furniture stores. You should apply conditioner to your couches about 2-3 times per year to keep them looking clean and new.
*Year-Round Care
This is the most important tip; keep your couches out of direct sunlight, which can dry out the leather and make it crack.
Please Share and Follow me for more amazing recipes, DIY tips and much more https://www.facebook.com/robyn.markham.7 !!<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> www.trimdownwithrobyn.com </p><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>How to Clean your Leather Lounge.....<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Before you clean the leather, vacuum the crevices of the couch to get rid of dirt and dust, and anything else that could have fallen between the couch cracks. You don't want to start applying cleaning solutions to a dirty couch, since the dirt and particles can be rubbed in, scratching and destroying the leather surface.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Moisturizing Soap and Water<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> For an overall cleaning method, use a solution of a moisturizing soap, such as Dove body wash, and water. Apply the solution lightly with a soft cloth, and then buff it away. Do not rinse it, since a lot of water can damage leather. I've found that moisturizing soaps like Dove are the least abrasive to my couches, and they give the same results as they would to dry skin.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Baby Wipes<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Baby wipes can do wonders to leather, but you should use the right kind. The "sensitive" kinds are usually the best, since they are very soft. A lot of the store brand wipes aren't as soft, so if you have name brand wipes around, such as Pampers, use those instead.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> I only use this method for stains, not for overall cleaning. Make sure you test this on a back corner of the couch first before you apply it to the rest of the couch. You wouldn't want it to change the color of your leather. It obviously works on nail polish stains, but it also works well to remove ink stains and pet urine stains. Apply the polish remover with a soft cloth, then wipe it away completely.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Mr. Clean Magic Eraser<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> I love this product for many reasons, and cleaning my leather couch is one of them. It works well to get rid of dirt on the surface, as well as stains from food and spilled drinks.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Hairspray<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> This is another good way to get rid of ink stains. Although on my black couch, I haven't had this problem, I do know people who have used hairspray to remove ink from their white and cream colored couches. Again, you should test this on a back corner of the couch first.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Armor All Protectant Wipes<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Although this isn't the best method of making your couch look shiny, it does work for a quick fix if you don't have conditioner available and you're expecting company over. For this, I use the wipes and go over the entire couch. Then, I go back over with a dry cloth to remove the excess oil. That way, you're not going to slide off the couch, it just gives it a nice shine. It makes leather seats in a car look nice, it can make couches look nice too, especially dark couches like black, red and brown.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Finish Cleaning With a Leather Conditioner<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> There are many different conditioners for leather furniture out there. Deep conditioning is the best way to keep your couch in good shape. Luckily, the store I bought my couches from provided me with a good deep conditioner, and you may be able to get conditioner from your furniture dealer as well. These conditioners are readily available in most retail and furniture stores. You should apply conditioner to your couches about 2-3 times per year to keep them looking clean and new.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> *Year-Round Care<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Also remember to keep your couches out of direct sunlight, which can dry out the leather and make it crack.
JOKE OF THE DAY: I go to sleep so late and wake up so early that I almost pass myself in the hallway.
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrates during re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts aboard.
HAPPY FEBRUARY 1 BIRTHDAY TO: Rutina Wesley 36, Harry Styles 21, Lisa Marie Presley 47, Lauren Conrad 29, Michael C. Hall 43, Pauly Shore 46, Don Everly 78, Rachel Lefevre 36, Brian Krause 46, Garrett Morris 78, Princess Stephanie of Monaco 50, Clark Gable (1901-1960), Brandon Lee (1965-1993), and Sherman Helmsley (1938-2012).
23 Jan 2015
January 23, 2015

6 Smart Ways To Actually Use Orphan Socks

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Don’t toss those orphan socks — the singles who get mysteriously separated from their pairs between washing and drying can be helpful. Put them to use in a variety of smart ways to help keep your home a bit cleaner.

1. Dust Your Plants

Slip a couple of damp socks on your hands and give the leaves of your favorite plants the gentle touch for a dusting that won’t damage. Toss the sock in the wash when you’re done. 

2. Clean Your Blinds

Next, spritz those damp socks with vinegar or another cleaner you favor and use those dexterous digits to get in the nooks and crannies of your blinds for a deep clean. Toss the sock in the wash when you’re done. 

3. Deodorize

Socks are like satchels waiting to happen, so add some of your favorite good-smelling dried plant, like lavender, for a satchel you can stick in a linen closet, dresser drawer or anywhere you need it.

4. Say Goodbye To Spiderwebs

Grab a yard stick and an old sock to dust up in those high corner you can’t normally reach otherwise.

5. Save Your Swiffer

Don’t keep splurging on new refills for your Swiffer brooms and mops; just slip a dry or wet old sock on to keep Swiffering for clean floors. Tip spotted on First For Women.

6. Clean Your Baseboards

Your baseboards are a sad, often-neglected space, but a swipe of them every and now and then can make a big impact on your space feeling cleaner. 

JOKE OF THE DAY: Lord give me COFFEE to change the things I can change and WINE to accept the things I can’t.

HAPPY JANUARY 23 BIRTHDAY TO: Mariska Hargitay 51, Tiffani Thiessen 41, Julia Jones 34, Richard Dean Anderson 65, Chelsey ‘Sully’ Sullenberger 64, Julia Jones 34, Princess Caroline of Monaco 58, Brendan Shanahan 46, Jack Raynor 23, and Rutger Hauer 71.

 

18 Jan 2015
January 18, 2015

How to Defrost a Freezer

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Learn how to easily defrost a freezer, prevent frost from forming, and save on costly repair and energy bills with these ice-cold tips from the Domestic CEO.

By: Amanda Thomas,

Next time you are in your kitchen, do something for me: go to your freezer and open the door. When you look inside, what do you see? Are the walls clean and shiny? Or are they covered in chunks of frost and ice?

If your freezer is full of frost, it will not run as efficiently as it’s designed to. If your freezer is running more than necessary, that means your electricity bill is going to be higher, and that – most likely – your freezer is going to die an early death. But all of these hassles and expenses can be prevented by simply defrosting the freezer on a regular basis.This is a simple process, and there are a few different ways that you can do this, so it comes down to picking the option that sounds most attractive to you. Today I’ll focus first on how not to defrost your freezer, then detail 3 ways to defrost correctly – plus give you tips on how to prevent frost from accumulating in the first place.

Prep Steps

When you are defrosting a freezer, the first thing you need to do is empty all its contents. Move everything to another freezer or pack them tightly into a cooler – or move them to a outdoor space, if you’re doing this in winter and the temps are below freezing!

After the freezer is cleaned out, turn it off. This may be as simple as turning a dial in the freezer or in the frig section of the appliance, but more likely you’ll need to carefully pull the unit away from the wall and unplug it. If you have a water or ice dispenser in the appliance, be extra careful when pulling it out. It would likely take a big yank to disconnect the water lines, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

How Not to Defrost

It may be tempting to start hacking away at the chunks of ice on the walls of a freezer, but resist that temptation. Using an ice pick, knife, or anything else that’s metal is a surefire recipe for disaster. No matter how careful you think you are going to be, you are going to scratch or damage the wall of the freezer. So put away the screwdriver and let’s do this the right way.

Defrost Option #1: Hot Water

Using an ice pick, knife, or anything else that’s metal is a surefire recipe for disaster. No matter how careful you think you are going to be, you are going to scratch or damage the wall of the freezer.

Ask anyone over the age of 50 how their mom defrosted the freezer, and they’ll likely tell you that she used a pot of boiling water. This method is more hands-off than others, but it may also take a little more time.

To defrost your freezer using hot water, first boil a large pot of water. While you’re waiting for the water to boil, make sure you have enough room to put the pot in the freezer. Then put a hot pad or trivet on one of the shelves, and place a towel on the bottom of the freezer to soak up the water as the ice melts.

Once the water in the pot is boiling, simply put it on the trivet and close the door. Freezers are well-sealed, so the steam from the hot water will heat up the inside of the freezer, causing the ice to naturally melt off the walls. After about 30 minutes, open up the freezer and wipe up the water that has accumulated, then use a plastic scraper to gently knock any remaining ice from the walls.

Defrost Option #2: A Hair Dryer

The next option for defrosting a freezer is to use a hair dryer to start melting the ice chunks. Again, you’ll fist want to line the bottom of the freezer with towels to catch the water.

If you use this method, the quickest way to get the ice to release is to focus around the edges of the ice. Blow the hair dryer almost parallel to the wall of the freezer, with your goal being to get the warm air behind the ice. If you can get the edges to start to release and continue to blow some warm air behind the ice, you’ll be able to use your plastic scraper to gently pry the ice off the walls.

Defrost Option #3: Alcohol

If your freezer doesn’t have much frost build-up, you may want to opt for a quick wipe down with alcohol. Pour a bit of rubbing alcohol onto a clean towel, then use the soaked portion to start wiping the frost; the frost should start melting fairly easily. This method is good when you don’t have chunks of ice, but rather just a thin layer of frost to remove.

How to Prevent Frost in Your Freezer

Now that you have the frost removed from your freezer, let’s focus on how to prevent frost from building up.

Freezers accumulate frost because the cold air pulls moisture out of the foods you’re freezing. Cold air can’t hold the moisture like warm air can, so it has to accumulate somewhere – and in a confined space like a freezer, it’s going to accumulate on the walls and shelves. There are a few ways to prevent this from happening:

Tip #1: Use Oil

One suggestion you may find online is to wipe down the walls of the freezer with oil. This will create a slick surface that ice can’t stick to. This is an ok option, but you aren’t really solving the problem of humidity in the freezer.

Tip #2: Seal Food Tightly

To actually reduce the amount of moisture in your freezer, always securely package your food. Using a sealing machine to pull the air out of the packaging is the best option, but at the very least, use sealed bags and containers, and squish as much air out of the container as you can before putting it in the freezer.

Using a sealed bag or container will prevent the moisture from creating frost inside the freezer, while squishing the air out will prevent the moisture from creating frost inside the package. All food, and even open bags of ice, will give off moisture in a freezer, so make sure all your food is sealed.

Tip #3: Keep the Freezer Full

Another way to prevent moisture in your freezer is to keep your freezer full. The less air there is in the freezer, the more the frozen food keeps the space cool. The more the food keeps the air cool, the less the freezer has to run – which will save you money on your monthly bills in the short term, and in the long term help prevent the expense of an early freezer death.

If you don’t have enough food to fill the freezer, consider stocking it full of jugs of water (or ice), or balls of newspaper. Both will take up space, but the newspaper will also absorb some of the moisture and fill some of the space, so the freezer doesn’t have to work as hard.

Preventing frost from building up is the easiest way to keep your freezer running efficiently and looking great inside. Now that you know how frost builds up in freezers, how to defrost properly, and how to prevent frost from forming, you too can extend the life of one of the most expensive appliances in your home.

Images of frozen freezer and frozen veggies courtesy of Shutterstock.

JOKE OF THE DAY: Life and beer are very similar. Chill for best results.

HAPPY JANUARY 18 BIRTHDAY TO: Kevin Costner 60, Jason Segel 35, Becca Tobin 29, Mark Messier 54, Bobby Goldsboro 74, Jesse L. Martin 46, and Cary Grant (1904-1986), Danny Kaye (1913-1987), Oliver Hardy (1892-1957).

 

 

12 Jan 2015
January 12, 2015

How To Properly Load A Dishwasher

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Who ever reads a manual on how to load a dishwasher. No one, EVER. It is important for optimum cleaning that the dishes are stacked a certain way. Have a look.

Happy January 12th Birthday To: Naya Rivera 27, Rob Zombie 49, Kirstie Alley 63, John Lasseter 57, Rachael Harris 45,  Dominique Wilkins 53, Tim Horton (1930-1974), and Joe Frazier (1944-2011).

12 Dec 2014
December 12, 2014

Clean Your Silver In One Easy Step

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Here is a tip that works:

Clean ALL of your silver at ONCE and make it sparkle…

1. Line your sink (or pan) with aluminum foil, shiny side up.

2. Pour 1/2 c. baking soda 1/2 c. salt into the sink.

3. Fill sink two-thirds full with almost-boiling water.

4. Submerge silver for about 2 minutes.

5. Rinse with hot water, and then immediately dry with a soft cloth

Good as new!!

JOKE OF THE DAY: You can find my holiday gift at pretty much any ATM in town.

HAPPY DECEMBER 12 BIRTHDAY TO: Bill Nighy 65, Dionne Warwick 74, Bob Barker 91, Mayim Bailik 39, Jennifer Connelly 44, Regina Hall 49, Connie Francis 76, Cathy Rigby 62, Sheila E. 57, Tom (Full Monty) Wilkinson 66, Tracy Austin 52, Bruce Kulick 61, Don Gummer 68, Frank Sinatra (1915-1998), and Edward G. Robinson (1893-1973).

03 Dec 2014
December 3, 2014

Staging Expert Shares A Tip On How To Clean Feather Pillows

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Today’s blog comes from Chantal Hounjet, she created the company (Fresh Living) out of her combined love and talent for interior decorating and home improvement which paved the way to a career in Home Staging and Interior Redesign. Chantal is an International Staging and Redesign Professional, bringing her talents directly to your door.

How to Clean Feather Pillows

1. Grab your feather pillows – whether sleeping or inserts. We are just talking feather pillows now because cotton and other fills are different to clean.

2. Wash two pillows at a time to balance the washer. Make sure to use the hand wash or delicate setting.

3. After the wash cycle toss them into the dryer on your hottest setting with a tennis ball, clean tennis shoes, or dryer hedge hogs. In the beginning try to fluff them every 15 minutes, just to make sure they were doing okay.

Tip: These will take a long time to dry. For a more eco-friendly approach give them a short cycle in the dryer to allow them to fluff (it is essential to break up the clumps of wet feathers). Then, put them outside in a porch or covered area on a really hot day to lessen dryer time. These take a long time to dry – start them at the beginning of the day!

If you are curious on how these pillows would turn out, you will be thrilled with how clean, fresh, and fluffy these come out of the dryer. So fluffy.

JOKE OF THE DAY: I live in my pajamas unless I am going somewhere or I know someone is about to come over to my house. Even then, it’s iffy.

HAPPY DECEMBER 3 BIRTHDAY TO: Ozzy Osbourne 66, Amanda Seyfried 29, Steve Harris 49, Brendan Fraser 46, Julianne Moore 54, Darryl Hannah 54, Katarina Witt 49, Steven Culp 49, Sean Parker 35, Brian Bonsall 33, and Andy Williams (1927-2012),.