Amy Renea
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Secondhand Sifting

Amy Renea @ A Nest for All Seasons
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When you bring glassware home from the thrift store, soak it in a sink full of hot, soapy water. Remove any price markings with a flour sack cloth and then polish with straight vinegar. To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear.
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March is the best time of year for forcing branches. Flowering trees are just about ready to bloom naturally, so they will bloom quickly indoors. Simply cut a few branches from cherry, apple or dogwood trees, place in water and wait for the show.

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To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear
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March 15, 2012
March is the best time of year for forcing branches. Flowering trees are just about ready to bloom naturally, so they will bloom quickly indoors. Simply cut a few branches from cherry, apple or dogwood trees, place in water and wait for the show.
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Add to Ideabook by Amy Renea by Amy Renea March is the best time of year for forcing branches. Flowering trees are just about ready to bloom naturally, so they will bloom quickly indoors. Simply cut a few branches from cherry, apple or dogwood trees, place in water and wait for the show.
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March 14, 2012
Cortar ramas para que florezcan en un florero dentro de la casa.
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March 2, 2012
When you bring glassware home from the thrift store, soak it in a sink full of hot, soapy water. Remove any price markings with a flour sack cloth and then polish with straight vinegar. To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear.
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Use vinegar to clean glass.
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February 29, 2012
When you bring glassware home from the thrift store, soak it in a sink full of hot, soapy water. Remove any price markings with a flour sack cloth and then polish with straight vinegar. To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear.
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February 29, 2012
To renew vintage glassware: Soak it in a sink full of hot, soapy water. Remove any price markings with a flour sack cloth. Then polish with straight vinegar. To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear.
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When you bring glassware home from the thrift store, soak it in a sink full of hot, soapy water. Remove any price markings with a flour sack cloth and then polish with straight vinegar. To remove stubborn watermarks, simply spray the glass with vinegar and allow it to sit for several hours. Scrub the stain and repeat the vinegar bath until your glass is crystal clear.
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