Lisa Berry
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How to clean the glass on your oven door in minutes! Ingredients: Water Baking Soda Add about a 1/4 cup of baking soda in a dish and mix just enough water to make a slightly runny paste. Spread your mixture all over your glass (and the door if it needs it too. Mine did). After 15, 20, or 30 minutes wipe off. If there are still spots left they should easily scrub off with a scour pad. Easy peasy!

Cleaning the glass oven door: Combine about cup of baking soda and enough water to make a slightly runny paste. Spread the mixture all over the glass and the door if needed. Wait for minutes, before wiping the paste from the oven door.

Must try-You just add a little water to a dryer sheet and its supposed to take off any film on the glass.

Dryer sheet used to remove soap scum Dryer Sheet as Scum Buster Remove obstinate soap buildup from glass shower doors by sprinkling a few drops of water onto a used fabric-softener sheet and scrubbing

Clean your glass shower doors

I don't have glass shower doors anymore, but this is for those of you that do! I hated them w/a passion and trying to keep them clean! Clean a glass shower door with lemon and salt

How to Clean Shower Doors You take a shower and you get clean. Your shower door? Not so much. Read on for our top tips on how to clean glass shower doors -- and keep them clean.

6 Tips to Make Your Shower Doors Sparkle - You take a shower and you get clean. Your shower door? Read on for our top tips on how to clean glass shower doors -- and keep them clean.

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Turn the fake drawer in your cabinet into a hair dryer/straight iron storage space. Turn the fake drawer in your cabinet into a hair dryer/straight iron storage space.

Great use of dead space with hidden sponge cabinet located below kitchen sink. Hidden pull-out panel below kitchen sink housing kitchen sponges and accessories.

Have that at work.like that idea. Everything is hidden. Great use of dead space with hidden sponge cabinet located below kitchen sink. Hidden pull-out panel below kitchen sink housing kitchen sponges and accessories.