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Soaking Feet in Vinegar. Had a long day at work?

Soaking Feet in Vinegar

How about keeping your feet soaked in warm water while you relax? A mixture of warm water and vinegar is the best one for relaxing your tired feet. Moreover, this method is known to cure various feet problems. Here are a few foot soak recipes you may try. Vinegar Soak Recipe for Regular Care Mix 1 cup white vinegar and 2 gallons warm water together and a few drops of essential oil. Vinegar Soak for Tired Feet In order to make this foot soak, you need 1 cup sea salt, 1 cup Epsom salt, 1 cup vinegar and 1/2 cup dried lavender. Vinegar Soak for Athlete's Foot Most of you must be aware that vinegar can cure athlete's foot. You can soak your feet in a solution made of equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water as the same is also effective in curing athlete's foot. Vinegar Soak for Toenail Fungus Vinegar cure for toenail fungus is very popular.

75 Extraordinary Uses for Baking Soda. Baking soda is a chemical compound that appears as a fine powder.

75 Extraordinary Uses for Baking Soda

It releases bubbles of carbon dioxide when it interacts with an acid and a liquid. It’s most commonly used in baking, where it acts as a leavening agent. The following are 75 other uses for baking soda aside from making muffins soft and fluffy. Health Uses. 10 Money Saving and Eco-Friendly Cleaning Tips That Cost Less Than $1.00. Nannygoat. Forgotten Space Concept Doors. Creative Building Resources is the home of Hidden Passage Doorways & Forgotten Space Concepts.

Forgotten Space Concept Doors

We build hidden doors, bookcase doors, secret doors bookshelf in doors, passages and passageway hidden behind doors with book shelves built in seamlessly. All hidden doors fit into standard door openings, or can replace an existing doors. Hidden doors and bookcase doors can be also be used for an entertainment center or pantrys. All pictures and printed material are copyrighted and can not be reproduced without CBR's permission. Pictures on this website can not be reproduced and used to represent anything other than that which was created and manufactured by Creative Building Resources, LLC. Cat's cradle instructions with step by step pictures How to clean a glass cooktop. Surprising Cleaning New Uses - Real Simple. DIY - Single Use Antibiotic Packs. The ongoing trend in the consumer market of providing small, ready-to-go, individual size packages of consumables has been a win-win for the lightweight and ultralight backpacking communities.

Always looking to shave a few extra ounces or grams off of our overall pack weight, these individual servings are the perfect fit for trail snacks, drinks, condiments - you name it. However, these nicely packaged individual servings can come at a premium. They can often be pricy or difficult to find without going online and ordering in bulk +shipping. That's when the creative types among us come up with ingenious solutions that lets us make our own alternatives using things we usually have lying around. Which brings me to today's topic - individual size packages of antibiotic cream. We're going to make very small, single use packets of antibiotic ointment using a generic alternative to Neosporin and a clean (unused) drinking straw. I've yet to have one of these burst or fail on me. New Uses for Old Things: Kids Edition - Real Simple. How to Make Salad in a Jar.

My number one secret for eating dessert without dieting is eating a large salad in a jar every day for lunch.

How to Make Salad in a Jar

Here’s why I, a reformed salad-hater, now love salad: 1. Limitless variations of dressing and add-ons 2. Gives wiggle room for small indulgences the rest of the day 3. 4. 5. 6. Does it sound like a lot of work to prepare a salad everyday? I have devised a way to make salad for 7-9 days — at one time. Consider these benefits of storing salad in a jar.