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Making it EASIER to "Juice" the cell phone RIGHT away!
I get frustrated with trying to put the cell phone cord into the side of the phone to "juice" it up!So, I got a piece of leftover label tape [good adherer!] and taped the gold tape to the CORRECT SIDE of my cell phone cord and a MATCHING PIECE of gold tape to the cell phone itself [where you put it in-because with my eyesight now I can't always see it !]. Now it's EASY to juice up my phone instead of fumbling with it and trying to see which is the correct side to fit it in the phone to
juice it up! Also another tip~as soon as you remove the ignition key from the car, plug your phone in so it will be juicing at night and ready the next day. A simple thing to do ,but I don't always juice it as I drive[ with my preschooler in the car] so this helps me to remember!
Instead of throwing used batteries away, they should be recycled. I use a Ziploc bag and hang it from one of the keyhooks in our kitchen. Once the bag is full, we take them to our local hazardous waste facility for recycling. You can recycle cell phone batteries, alkaline batteries, etc. this way.
This also works for recycling plastic bottle caps. Most salons that carry Aveda products will take plastic bottle caps to be recycled. Check www.aveda.com for a salon near you. Then save the caps in Ziploc bags to take to salon when full. They take shampoo, salad dressing, milk jug caps, etc.
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