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Use Shampoo as a Degreaser

Remove grease splatters from kitchen walls by using a damp cloth with a dab of shampoo. Wipe it over the area, and the oil... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen , Cleaning

Citrus fresh

After peeling an orange or lemon, put the peels in your garbage disposal unit. It leaves your sink citrus fresh and also... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen

Shining the shower

After a shower, take a moment to wipe the chrome and shower walls with a microfiber cleaning cloth. Soap scum will disappear... CONTINUE

Category:

Cleaning

Hide that scratch on your wood floor

Ever move furniture and accidentally scratch your wood floor? A simple way to hide the scratch is to put some mayonnaise... CONTINUE

Category:

Cleaning

No Creases

To avoid creases hang pants on hanger with a Scott Towel in between the pants and the hanger. CONTINUE

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Scott® Products

Vinegar for stains

Did you know that vinegar is a great stain remover? Put vinegar on a grease spot or stain and leave it there for 20 minutes.... CONTINUE

Category:

Cleaning

Easy Cooking With Honey

Before measuring honey, either spray your measuring cup with cooking spray or wipe the cup with a dab of cooking oil on a... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen

Easy Cutting Board Clean Up

Use a no-skid mat beneath your cutting board to keep it from slipping all over the counter. If you don't own a mat, lay a... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen

Cleaning up raw egg

If you drop an egg on the floor, cover it liberally with table salt. Let the salt sit a minute, then clean with SCOTT towels.... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen , Cleaning

Preserving Your Pots and Pans

Layer a paper towel between your pans in the cupboard to prevent bottoms from scratching inside surfaces when storing them.... CONTINUE

Category:

Kitchen
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