Hate to throw away small slivers of bath soap? Try saving the pieces in an old pair of nylons or knee highs, clean ones. When you have several saved tie a knot in the nylons so the soap won't fall out. Use it in the shower like a loofa.
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When your soap bar has worn down to a little sliver, press it to the next bar of soap and "glue" them together with a bit of water. Once it dries, the soaps will be fused into one bar, and you don't waste anything! Works even with two different kinds of soap bar.
I hate tossing out anything. I try to find a second life for everything. I collect the little slivers of bath soap that crumble when I try to se them. Placed in a recycled coffee can (plastic) with water and baking soda. We go through 12 bars of soap - 4 different scents per month.334
At the end of the month I use to scrub down my porch with a broom. Sometimes I use it to wash bath mats.The amount of water and baking soda I use depend on the size of coffee container I am using.306
take this simple pepper and prepare it for many of your favorite dishes by either putting a tsp of low fat butter or some oil of your choice in a frying pan. It does not take much but you want to saute it in something. Turn the stove top on low heat and just cook the Serrano Pepper until 4 sides are darkened (not burnt). It will then be soft and VERY TASTY with your meal. This is a SIMPLE something to make your meal interesting.
You can slice it up in slivers, or, just cut it in half. It's very good.
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