Tips, Tips, and More Tips. 1M+1.If you have ever had to give eye drops to a small child, you know how hard it can be.
Ask you child to lay down and close his/her eyes. Place a small drop on the inside corner of the eye. The drop will slip onto the eye ball as soon as the child opens their eyes. 2. On the squeaky area and sweep it into the cracks. 3. 4. On top of the ice and then fill the rest of the pot with water. Tips and Tricks- Part 2! I'm overwhelmed by all of your kind words and emails asking for more tips and ideas, and for all of the wonderful tips you have left for me.
I'm going to try and make it a semi-regular thing here at In This Crazy Life; because lets face it we can all use a little help sometimes!! I also had lots of questions asking if you could Pin this/feature this/share this- and the answer is of course you can! The more help I can be, the better!! Painting: How to Paint a Room Fast. Advice from a pro 1 of 1 Paint pro Bill Nunn “I use a roller tray instead of a roller screen in a bucket.
There's less mess from drips, and you have more control over how much paint you load on the roller. Plus, it's easy to move your tray with your foot—try doing that with a 5-gallon bucket of paint!” Painting fast would seem to be at odds with getting great results, but that's how painting contractors make their living. For this story, we worked with painting expert Bill Nunn.
Lamp Hack: How to Make Any Lamp Cordless. There’s a common problem in interior design that no one talks about.
It’s all very hush-hush, you see. It’s the problem of the lamp cord. (Yeah, I said it.) Everyone always wants to pretend like it’s not an issue. Like they can just plop their desks right down in the center of their room and their lamps won’t even need access to an outlet. Designed by Armonia Decors Like their lamps don’t even come with cords. But let’s talk reality. You get to face the door of the room from where you sit at your desk, which easily earns you an A-plus from the feng shui overlords. How to Reupholster a Chair - Step by Step. Step 1: Gather materials and prep the seat board If you have upholstered chair seats that are stained, worn out or just plain ugly, there's no need to call a pro.
You can do a first-class upholstery job yourself, even if you have zero experience. Don't worry about making mistakes; you can correct them by prying out staples and starting over. If the chair is fairly new, you can simply cover the existing fabric with new material. But it usually makes sense to tear off the old fabric and replace the foam padding, since most foam has a life span of only five to 10 years.
Turn the chair upside down and remove the screws that fasten the seat to the chair frame. Step 2: Reupholster the seat 1 of 4 Photo 1: Cut the foam, batting and fabric Cut the foam about 1/2 in. larger than the wood seat. 2 of 4 Photo 2: Staple the fabric Staple the fabric at the middle of each side and work toward the corners, stretching the fabric as you go. 3 of 4 Photo 3: Gather curved corners 4 of 4 Photo 4: Fold square corners. 47 Skills You Need to Survive Homeownership. Tip #16: Toast to This! Over the years my stainless steel toaster has built up a sticky skin that I couldn’t get rid of…until today!!
I even tried Goo Gone and that didn’t work. You’re not going to believe what did the trick! It’s so smooth and clean now! I just want to rub it each time I walk past. Haha! I was even more surprised that the top came as clean as it did. How to Clean Oven Glass - it seriously is that easy. So here is what my oven glass looked like when we moved in.
And here is what it looks like now Want to clean your oven? I promise its super easy. Ingredients: Water Baking Soda Add about a 1/4 cup of baking soda in a dish and mix just enough water to make a thick paste. Spread your mixture all over your glass (and the door if it needs it too. Wait 15-20 minutes (or if it is really, really bad like mine you can wait 30 minutes. After 15, 20, or 30 minutes wipe off. Surprising Cleaning New Uses - Real Simple. Tips and Tricks. Ive been working on this post for awhile now, as I find these neat tips and tricks I wanted to keep them all together and be able to share them with all of you lovelies!
I have tried all of these, so I know they work. Just call me Martha Stewart- you know, sans the jail time. Some are from pinterest, some are from my grandma. If I got them from somewhere, click the picture and it will take you to the genius who came up with it :)