shower. Thursday , October 13th , 2016 - 04:23:19 AM
Every household very well realizes the significance of maintaining their kitchen sink and bathroom drains neat and clean. These two are quite important areas of your home which sees dirty water and other waste every day. Thus, it is likely that these drains get messy quite often. For example, you wash utensils by scrubbing the fat and leftover food at the sink while bathroom drains are used to flush hair, paper napkins, hairs, toothpaste, shaving cream, shampoo and probably many other things.
Lemon and glass-grade sandpaper are effective in cleaning glass doors, especially those with tough calcified buildup. Squeeze a teaspoon of lemon juice onto sandpaper and use it to clean the calcified portions. The acid in the juice eats away the hard deposits on the glass, thereby rendering it sparkly clean. Read more on bathroom cleaning.
Use a silk tree. The best size to use for a baby shower is a 2-3 ft tree. Depending on othe time of year, it could be a Christmas Tree, or you can get some really nice smaller trees from craft stores like Michaels or Wal-Mart. Get some mini Christmas lights and decorate the tree with that. For a party where the sex of the baby is unknown, use a white light. For a boy you can use a blue light and for a girl, try the purple lights. Multi-colored lights work great as well for all baby showers. Once the lights are on the tree, place mini clothes pins on the branches. These can be bought at craft stores or dollar stores. A neat idea also would be to have mini envelopes for the guests to place their money in. The guests can clip their envelope to the tree. Another idea is just to clip the money to the tree either folded accordian style or flat.
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