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Greasy Pots & Pans?

Frugal living at it's finest using what you have around the house, natural cleaning tip to remove frying pan build up

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Check out more frugal living cleaning tips when you click hereGreasy Pots & Pans?
 
Nothing is worse than dealing with greasy dishes. The water sheds off of what you are trying to wash the grease gets everywhere and it is a job to get rid of the film. Something that we have found to help with the "greasy dishes blues" is to add 3 tablespoons of vinegar to your soapy dishwater. This will help you get rid of this nasty greasy nemesis. "Vinegar it cuts the grease away"

We always try to help you enhance your frugality, one of the best ways to support your frugal living is to use what you have at home. Use items that are inexpensive to get the same job done, sometimes you'll find out it is even better than the expensive alternative. This tip will save money in the kitchen, always remember "Cheap does not have to mean inadequate"!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Patio Tiki Torches on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 10:20 PM
Thanks for choosing this topic to write about Greasy Pots & Pans. This post is of great use for me and my friends.
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