Beautiful smelling towels?

Next time you put washed towels in the tumble dryer, add a small cloth sprinkled with a good few drops of your favourite essential oil.

You can enjoy the scent every time you dry yourself!

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Straps on your bra start to slip?

Isn’t it annoying when the straps on your bra start to slip more? What I do is adjust straps to the perfect setting, then put a few stitches in to keep everything in place forever!

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Get rid of fluff and bobbles from jumpers

Carefully and gently take a used razor along the surface, as if you were shaving your legs, and the bobbles will come away immediately.

Then put some sticky tape over the bits and hey presto a smooth surface again!

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When your carbon steel wok develops a tacky surface…

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Heat the wok over the hob until very hot, then remove from the heat.

Add a tablespoon of salt, then about a teaspoon of vegetable oil.

Using a scrunched up piece of kitchen towel, give the surface a good scrub (careful not to burn yourself) until it feels as if most of the gummy residue has come off the pan and onto the towel.

Rinse under the hot tap.

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Fishy smell in the kitchen after cooking?

A great way round this is to burn a Price’s Chef’s Candle. It gives off wonderful wafts of basil, patchouli and geranium and sorted the smell very quickly.

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