Freshen Up Your Home!

Freshen Up Your Home!

Smoker Visit? Place fresh sliced apples wedges on a plate and set where the ashtray was. Throw the fruit away after it's porous flesh absorbs the tobacco scent. = Musty basement? Place a shallow box filled with clay cat litter in a

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  1. #1
    whomeworry@webtv.net
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    Smoker Visit? Place fresh sliced apples wedges on a plate and set where

    the ashtray was. Throw the fruit away after it's porous flesh absorbs

    the tobacco scent.

    =

    Musty basement? Place a shallow box filled with clay cat litter in a

    corner. The litter draws moisture from the air eliminating damp and

    stale odors.

    =

    Funky bathroom? Before you place a new roll of toilet paper on the

    holder dab or mist the inside with your favorite perfume or cologne.

    That way it will release a bit of fragrance with every spin.

    =

    Burned the roast? Try the old chef's trick: Wrap some cinnamon sticks in

    foil and bake at 350. Within mins the burnt odor will be replaced by the

    spice's sweet scent.

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    Stale closet? Place some white side walk chalk in a clean mesh bag (you

    can simply rinse the kind that potatoes and onions come in) and hang it

    in your closet. Without using up closet space the mini order eater will

    suck moisture from the air and keep clothing fresh.

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    Stinky fridge? Stuff bins and shelves with crumpled newspaper. The


    fibers will soak up icky smells overnight. So you can grab your am

    orange juice without worry



    A real friend warms you with their presence,trusts you with their

    secrets and remembers you in their prayers.








  2. #2
    Ann Garner
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    At 08:17 PM 7/17/2008, you wrote:



    >Smoker Visit? Place fresh sliced apples wedges on a plate and set where

    >the ashtray was. Throw the fruit away after it's porous flesh absorbs

    >the tobacco scent.

    >=

    Ewwwww. I don't let smokers light up in my place. I have seating

    outside where we can go so the smoker can light up.



    Ann in Arkansas










  3. #3
    Suzi McMullen
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    Me too. I'm not allowing anyone to put that vile stuff into my house, my body, the bodies of my pets and most especially my children.

    Suzi
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Ann Garner
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 7:56 AM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Freshen Up Your Home!





    At 08:17 PM 7/17/2008, you wrote:

    >Smoker Visit? Place fresh sliced apples wedges on a plate and set where
    >the ashtray was. Throw the fruit away after it's porous flesh absorbs
    >the tobacco scent.
    >=
    Ewwwww. I don't let smokers light up in my place. I have seating
    outside where we can go so the smoker can light up.

    Ann in Arkansas





  4. #4
    Lucy Anderson
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    Me either. But ever had workers over that smelled so badly of it that it

    did not matter that they were not actively smoking in your house? I'm so

    thankful that restaurants, hotels and workplaces are smoke free - but that

    did not used to be the case.



    Lucy



    On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 6:18 AM, Suzi McMullen <smcmullen@kc.rr.com> wrote:



    > Me too. I'm not allowing anyone to put that vile stuff into my house,


    > my body, the bodies of my pets and most especially my children.






  5. #5
    Elizabeth Farnsworth
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    I just got rid of my adult children who are smokers they smoked outside even tho I didn't
    allow it and they were told no smoking, of coarse they did it anyway but now they are all moved out and
    we can all breathe cleaner air.


    <DIV id="INCREDISIGNATUREID">
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    <FONT face="Garamond" size="3">Elizabeth Farnsworth
    <FONT face="Garamond" size="3">Shaklee Independent Health & Wellness Distributor



    From: Suzi McMullen






    Me too. I'm not allowing anyone to put that vile stuff into my house, my body, the bodies of my pets and most especially my children.

    Suzi

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Ann Garner
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 7:56 AM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Freshen Up Your Home!





    At 08:17 PM 7/17/2008, you wrote:

    >Smoker Visit? Place fresh sliced apples wedges on a plate












  6. #6
    d_awalker
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Lucy Anderson" <lucy.fortin@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Me either. But ever had workers over that smelled so badly of it

    that it

    > did not matter that they were not actively smoking in your house?

    I'm so

    > thankful that restaurants, hotels and workplaces are smoke free -

    but that

    > did not used to be the case.

    >

    > Lucy





    It still is NOT the case in South Carolina. You can light up all over

    the place in South Carolina. That is the only negative about moving to

    this area from Georgia. Other than that, I love it here.





    April








 

 

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