For pans with stubborn stuck on food (please tell me I am not the only one that burns food from time to time??):
Pour some cola into the pan to cover the burned part, then put the an on the stove, and bring to a boil. Next, let the pan and cola cool, then just wash in soapy warm water. The burned food will be lifted from the surface of the pan by the phosphoric acid in the soda (makes you stop and think, doesn't it?) Just rinse and your pan will be good as new (well, almost.)
Getting Rid of underarm stains.
White t-shirts and underarm stains simply don't look good together. To get rid of those stains, try some aspirin. Dissolve 8-10 aspirin in warm water, then soak the underarm of the shirt in the solution for about 30 minutes. Wash the shirt after that as normal, and the stain should disappear.
Getting rid of moldy spots on outdoor resin furniture.
Lemon juice and salt should get rid of the stains on your outdoor furniture--getting them ready for summer time fun! Just rub a paste of the lemon and salt on the spots, rinse ad set in the sun to dry.
Save money on Fabric Softener.
Instead of buying fabric softener at the store, try adding about 1/2 cup of baking soda along with your detergent to your laundry. You should have softer, brighter clothes without the perfume smell of the commercial softeners.
Say goodbye to wrinkles (talking laundry here, not so much the face, sorry)
Wrinkled laundry coming out of the dryer? Try this tip next load- wash the clothes in warm water, rinse them in cool water. Then, put a dry clean towel in the dryer with the clothes. They should come out wrinkle-free!