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Wine Corks

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Turn Your Corks Into Home Décor
Other household uses for wine corks:Slice a small wedge lengthwise out of a cork and put it into a vinegar or olive oil bottle that pours too quickly. It will become an instant pour spout.Clean high-carbon knives with a dash of cleanser and a cork to avoid scratching the knives.Store knifes in drawers by cutting slits into the top of a cork, and storing the knives blade down.Slice small discs off of the cork and put them on the bottom of furniture that can scratch the floor. You can also put them on cupboard doors to prevent them from slamming loudly.Use corks as garden mulch. Grind up corks with a food processor and add the mixture to your garden bed. The cork retains a lot of moisture. You can also put this mixture in the bottom of flower pots.

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Rebecca Piontes added this to Cozy Cottage
October 27, 2013
All the uses for cork.
Harry Dorofee added this to harry_dorofee's Ideas
June 22, 2013
Bathroom
dottiesey added this to dottiesey's Ideas
May 6, 2013
Wine Cork door mat
mkowen added this to Living Room
December 10, 2012
Other household uses for wine corks: Slice a small wedge lengthwise out of a cork and put it into a vinegar or olive oil bottle that pours too quickly. It will become an instant pour spout. Clean high-carbon knives with a dash of cleanser and a cork to avoid scratching the knives. Store knifes in drawers by cutting slits into the top of a cork, and storing the knives blade down. Slice small discs off of the cork and put them on the bottom of furniture that can scratch the floor. You can also put them on cupboard doors to prevent them from slamming loudly. Use corks as garden mulch. Grind up corks with a food processor and add the mixture to your garden bed. The cork retains a lot of moisture. You can also put this mixture in the bottom of flower pots.
sarahdavis27 added this to sarahdavis27's Favorites
August 13, 2012
Uses for corks
andreakat added this to andreakat's ideas
June 1, 2012
more ideas for corks
joanelise added this to joanelise's ideas
April 21, 2012
cork in flower pots
ade412 added this to ade412's ideas
April 1, 2012
Cork uses
mfreeman34 added this to mfreeman34's Favorites
March 15, 2012
Add court to baby's changing station so drawers are not so loud.
fabianajuliav added this to fabianajuliav's Favorites
February 12, 2012
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missyboo added this to missyboo's ideas
January 27, 2012
Ideas for using cut up corks. Mulch furniture pads
ljanis011 added this to ljanis011's Favorites
January 23, 2012
Idea
rebru added this to rebru's ideas
January 18, 2012
i hear you can use corks as mulch in gardens .. retain moisture & decompose ... new meaning to the term 'garden party' .. wow!
nettabird added this to Unsorted
January 1, 2012
Uses for corks. Part of an ideabook.
kweisenborn added this to kweisenborn's Favorites
December 27, 2011
Reused cork
cammieh added this to crafty
November 29, 2011
corks
Renee added this to Little bits and pieces I like
November 27, 2011
Clean high-carbon knives with a dash of cleanser and a cork to avoid scratching the knives. Slice small discs off of the cork and put them on the bottom of furniture that can scratch the floor. You can also put them on cupboard doors to prevent them from slamming loudly. Use corks as garden mulch. Grind up corks with a food processor and add the mixture to your garden bed. The cork retains a lot of moisture. You can also put this mixture in the bottom of flower pots.
smstreed added this to smstreed's ideas
November 22, 2011
store knives in corks!
meboro added this to meboro's ideas
November 21, 2011
corks
elynn added this to Innovative
November 20, 2011
Store knives blade down/cut slit in cork. 2. Use corks for place cards. Slit, flatten one side.
shannonb81 added this to Accessories
November 20, 2011
Add to Ideabook Other household uses for wine corks: Slice a small wedge lengthwise out of a cork and put it into a vinegar or olive oil bottle that pours too quickly. It will become an instant pour spout. Clean high-carbon knives with a dash of cleanser and a cork to avoid scratching the knives. Store knifes in drawers by cutting slits into the top of a cork, and storing the knives blade down. Slice small discs off of the cork and put them on the bottom of furniture that can scratch the floor. You can also put them on cupboard doors to prevent them from slamming loudly. Use corks as garden mulch. Grind up corks with a food processor and add the mixture to your garden bed. The cork retains a lot of moisture. You can also put this mixture in the bottom of flower pots.
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