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1.A toothbrush’s bristles lift away stray threads of silk from fresh ears of corn quickly and efficiently.
2.Stop searching high & low for hair clips and elastics: Store them tidily on an empty TP tube.
3.A binder clip serves as a key chain/money holder you can clamp to your waistband for a purse-free morning walk.
4.A hard plastic soap case is the perfect size to protect a camera stashed in a carry-on bag.
5.Put off-duty winter mittens to work as protection for summer shades.

- Submitted by SRIVERS1 11/4/2010 in Around The House | 3 Comments
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SOFEDUPP 11/4/2010 11:43:00 AM

    Great ideas, thanks for posting!
LJ1225 11/4/2010 8:31:00 AM

    Great ideas ... some I have heard of before, but I really liked the one suggesting using an off season mitten for the shades. I have tons of mismatched mittens ... now I know what to do with them! LOL
ANNESYLVIA 11/4/2010 6:38:00 AM

    I going to see if that hard case soap holder can fit my cell phone in it. And the toilet tissue tub would be fun to decorate with my children.

Thanks Anne emoticon

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