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You can't have sunbeams without little specks of dust: Household hints,…

by Barbara Shook Hazen

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What's the most important rule to remember about cleaning? Never clean above the eye level of the tallest person who comes to visit. How can old nylon stockings be recycled? You can store plant bulbs in the feet, stuff with mothballs and hang in back of the closet or wrap wire coat hangers to keep clothes from slipping. What do I do if my in-laws "drop by" and the place is a mess? Keep muttering to yourself, " Cleanliness is next to compulsiveness." My eyeglasses are dirty, and there's no water anywhere! No problem, clean them in a jiffy with a dollar bill. These and other important questions are answered in this sparkling collection of household hints, shortcuts and gems of wisdom. Enjoy!

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