Pour a mix of baking soda and vinegar down the drain.Cry.Stick a hanger down there and pray that you don't find anything that will make you hurl.Pour in your go-to drain cleaner, and wait.
Stick a hanger down there and pray that you don't find anything that will make you hurl.
Drain cleaner doesn't get rid of hair and can damage your plumbing if you use it too much. Baking soda and vinegar have adverse reactions, so mixed together, they just cancel each other out. (However, if you sprinkle baking soda and then pour vinegar down the drain, the reaction can help dislodge a clog.) Your best bet is to use a straightened-out hanger with a hook at the end to fish out the hair. You can also use a plastic hair snare, a plunger, or boiling hot water.
Scrub at it with a sponge. Hurry!Soak up the grease with baking soda.Put the fabric covers in the wash.LICK IT UP! NO CHEESE GOES TO WASTE!
Soak up the grease with baking soda.
Though it's tempting to lick it up, it's also gross. And machine washing ~might~ work, but it's not compatible with all fabrics. Instead, you should pick up as much of the cheese as possible without spreading it and then blot — not rub! — with a washcloth dipped in soapy water. Then soak up the rest with baking soda. Get the tutorial here.
Use a metal-bristle brush to scrape away the dirt.Splash bleach on the wall.Scrub it with hydrogen peroxide.Call Extreme Makeover cuz that's gross.
Scrub it with hydrogen peroxide.
While bleach will discolor tinted grout and a metal bristle will scratch the tile, hydrogen peroxide is a natural disinfectant that can prevent mold and mildew. So spritz or pour it onto the grout and scrub at it with a brush.
Replace the hinges.Take the hinge out and rub it with wire wool.Break the door down and replace it with bead curtains.Wipe it down with olive oil.
Take the hinge out and rub it with wire wool.
Both olive oil and WD-40 attract dirt and can make the problem even worse. While replacing your hinges is an option, you might as well save your money. Wire wool will easily clean off the accumulated dirt, which is what causes the squeak. Here is a tutorial that will come in handy.
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Fingers are a bad idea, and a broom would still leave little pieces behind, and some shards could get lodged in its thistles. But bread will pick up any tiny shards and hold onto them. Follow up your bread treatment with a swipe of a wet paper towel. Get the tutorial here.
Snip away brown tips.You throw him out because he dead.HE'S DEHYDRATED! WATER HIM NOW!Repot him.
Snip away the brown tips.
Don't throw him out! Alan isn't dying, but he might be a bit overwatered. Check the soil to see if it's dry before giving him a sip. You only need to repot him when he is dwarfing the pot he is in. Just make sure you're careful about watering him and snip away a bit of the brown. Get more tips here.
Throw in some ice, salt, and lemon and turn on the disposal while the water is running.Pour some bleach down the drain.Let the disposal run for a minute.Cook some onions to cover up the smell.
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