September 26, 2018
Newspaper, by design, is a very absorbent product, because think about it...it has to absorb ink, right?
This also means it is equipped to absorb all sorts of moisture, including moisture and the resulting odors found in shoes and vegetable drawers.
If your fridge is starting to smell funky, crumple up some newspapers, spritz them with water, and throw them in your fridge to clear it up.
Wad up a big bunch of newspaper and stick them down into the shoes for a day or two. Set them outside in the sunshine if possible. Severely stinky shoes may require a removal of newspaper and re-stuffing of fresh newspaper after the first day for a continued de-stinking treatment.
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Hint 1: Great tip for winter...I know you don't want to think about winter now, but it's coming and coming fast!
Create a home for slushy snow boots. During the winter, keep a pile of newspaper near the entryway. When your little snowmen and women come home, they can toss their winter wear onto the newspaper instead of creating puddles on the floor.
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Hint 2: Newspaper as a grill cleaner? Yep, that's right!
Turn off the barbecue and allow it to cool a little. Soak newspaper in water, lay the sheets over the warm barbecue grill, close the lid and leave for approximately an hour.
Then simply remove the paper and wipe the grill clean.