April 03, 2019
How many of my readers own a cat or dog? Owning a pet has many rewarding perks, but the amount of hair they can shed is absolutely NOT ONE!
While I love my two purrrfect cats, but they shed like crazy. I'm always lugging out the heavy vacuum to clean the hair and debris off my furniture. At last there's a solution to my back breaking dilemma...the Fur Wizard!
The solution...A self cleaning lint brush...Yes, PLEASE!
I actually bought this last year when we sold an identical item, and in all honesty I use this everyday. Since we just got this back in stock, a better version than the one I have, I picked up another one just for a back up.
This is a lint brush that combines the effectiveness of a standard lint brush with the convenience of a self-cleaning base. NO REFILLS REQUIRED OR ROLLERS TO PURCHASE!
There are directional arrows on the brush that show you which way to swipe the brush – and you can simply flip the brush over to swipe in the other direction.
Dust, dirt, crumbs, dandruff and pet hair don't stand a chance with this by your side.
Stop by and watch the video to see it in action...if you are a pet owner or know someone that could use this - I'm telling you...best money spent!
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Hint 1: Make Eggs in the Microwave
It's so simple to have your home smell wonderful.
Put two caps full of vanilla extract in a coffee cup, then place it in the oven at 300 degrees for one hour. Within twenty minutes the whole house smells like Heaven. It's actually a common realtor trick.
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Hint 2: Speed-ripen bananas in 5 minutes.
You want banana bread, and you want it now. Not tomorrow.
Not next week. NOW. But all you’ve got is a bunch of nearly-green, un-ripe bananas. Bake those bananas for 5 to 7 minutes in a 350-degree oven and – voila! – quick-ripened, perfectly sweet and gooey bananas.
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'Go Green' Hint: Ditch disposable bowls...
...and plates, and knives, and forks. While the temptation of having nothing to wash up after a meal is hard to resist, increasing the pile of garbage left after dinner is no way to help the planet.
Following this advice is important for all the reasons it's important to use cloth napkins over paper ones, and besides: the less you throw away, the less you spend.