- March 14, 2008 at 3:56 pm #256791
To make one I would use an old wooden spoon/spatula and cover it
with a wash cloth (sewed to fit like a glove) then it could be
laundred as needed.
I also use old towels as towels for my dogs then they are
demoted to spill cleaning (I do keep them laundered and in the
laundry room for the spill purposes) and when they are done with
that they are shop towels for the garage. Once they get to that
point I don’t think any one would have any use for them. i also
used torn up clothing as dust towels as well as old wash clothes
and have been know to use them to soak oil up on a fried food
(instead of paper towels.)
I do get swiffers for my ceiling fans because I am too clumsy to
stand on anything over 6 inches off the ground. My heals are
I use zip lock baggies to make ice packs in the freezer. I
usually keep a couple of them around. I have also been known to
add them to the lunch bag my husband has to keep his food cold
and keeps him from having to put in the works refriderator
(these were store bought re-freezers).
I also got a free lunch box (the insulated soft type) from my
son’s audiologist (we had to purchase a hearing aid and found
out after insurance didn’t cover it). She felt bad that we had
spent so much on her recommendation that when she got it in she
kept it for us. (Thought that was sweet of her).
I also have my kids change thier banks to mine (when I changed)
so that I would get a 25 dollar referal fee per person. I got my
younger ones and sent it to my mom for a birthday gift (I spoke
to her about it first and figured it was safer to send a visa
card than to send cash she loved it) my son got a gift card as
well for 25.00 for opening an account. He is actually printing
out the form and giving them to his friends to open their
accounts there as well.
My current bank tied my savings to my checking and should
anything go amiss with my money they take it out of savings
instead of bouncing and don’t even charge me afee for it.
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