I know it may seem like Spring will never arrive, but it’s never too soon to start planning out your garden! This week’s tip is a quick and easy way to get rid of those pesky weeks…hint: Use Vinegar! Mix vinegar in a spray bottle with just a little bit of water, salt and dish soap and spray liberally over your weeds! Before you know it, they’ll be gone! Stay tuned for more quick gardening tips as the weather gets warmer right here on our website, or follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/fox28spokane or facebook.com/fox11.41! Happy Gardening!
1 Gallon White Vinegar
1/2 Cup Salt
Liquid Dish Soap
By: Natalya Lainhart
It’s the time of year we all dread…the time when we have to put away the beautiful decorations that seemed fun when you put them up, but are now just a pain in the butt! The worst part is storing delicate ornaments. Many people, (in a hurry to get them put away), just shove them quickly into a box without thinking about what could happen between now and next December. DON’T DO THAT!!!! There is a better way that is practically free, and it only takes a few minutes more of your time! The secret is probably laying deep in your garbage as we speak….old egg cartons! It’s easier than you think…
You can simply place smaller ornaments in the original egg slots and if you have bigger ornaments DON’T FRET! Just take a pair or scissors or box opener and cut out one or two of the dividers between the slots. For stars and other odd shapes, you can form the cartons to fit. Go through this work once, and you will have safe-keeping for your ornaments for years. And what’s the best part? The cartons fit neatly into any box or storage container!
Easy and Accessible!
Voila! Perfectly Stored Ornaments!
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Happy After Holidays!
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