Baking Soda and Vinegar: In the Home and Garden

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Baking Soda and Vinegar: In the Home and Garden

Like many of us, I like to keep a clean house. Cleaning my kitchen and bathroom sinks, counter tops and vanities once presented a challenge. How so? I refuse to use harsh chemicals, mainly because of my children's allergies and asthma. I also prefer an environmentally-friendly cleaning solution. I've found all this and more, by cleaning with a homemade paste I make from baking soda and vinegar. This all-natural cleaning solution removes most of my everyday stains and grime with ease. I just scour the surface with a scrubby-type sponge and it's a breeze. In addition to kitchen and bathroom surfaces, I use baking soda and vinegar cleaning paste on my parrot's cage. There are no harsh chemicals or fumes, so it's also perfect for cleaning the toddler's room. Try the same solution diluted with a bit of water to kill your garden weeds. You'll be amazed!



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Starting A Jewelry Business? Use These Tips To Keep Your Beads Organized

When you are starting a jewelry business, you are likely to order a lot of wholesale beads to have on hand for creating your bead pieces. However, because the beads are so small, it can be a challenge to keep them organized. Here are some tips you can use to keep yourself organized when you're working with beads:

Use a Three Step Classification System

To give yourself some order, it is a good idea to use a system that makes things a little easier. A good example of this is the three-step classification system. Store your beads by color, then separate them by type, and then separate them by size. This will save you time when you need beads of a certain type, as you can quickly find the pieces you want to use without searching through your entire collection for them. You will also be able to tell when any one type of bead is running low.

Use Clear Containers

One of the best things you can do to keep your beads organized is to use clear containers. This will allow you to see at a glance what beads you've got and where they are. You also can save time by not having to label the containers, as you can just look at them and see what they are.

A creative way to use clear containers is to get a glass test tube kit from a toy store or a hobby store. You can store beads in test tubes and store them on the test tube rack, so that they are easy to see and pour when you need them.

Use Pill Boxes

When you're on the go and need to continue working on a piece, sometimes it doesn't make sense to bring your entire bead collection with you. Luckily, you can still stay organized by using pill containers to store your beads. You can keep your beads separated by color or type, so that you can easily find what you need. This will enable you to keep working even if you are traveling.

Now that you have some ideas about how best to organize your bead collection, it will be easier to see when you're running low on certain beads so that you can order new ones. Make sure you keep in regular contact with your wholesale supplier so that you can replenish your collection as needed. They may even have more storage solutions that can make your life easier.

To learn more, contact a company like Mayer Import Co Inc Imitation Stones with any questions or concerns you have.