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Awesome idea. To get a blaze crackling faster keep wine corks in rubbing alcohol in a sealed jar (stored away from the fireplace of course). Just before lighting a fire, toss a few in under the kindling.

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always wanted to have a henna tattoo... that way if I decide later in life I don't like it, all I have to do is use a little rubbing alcohol and bam it's gone:)

always wanted to have a henna tattoo... that way if I decide later in life I don't like it, all I have to do is use a little rubbing alcohol and bam it's gone:)

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grass soap Tools and Materials Scissors Wheatgrass, health-food stores Blotter paper Flower press Melt-and-pour glycerin soap base, thesage.com (regular soap base available at Pearl Paint) Sharp knife Glass measuring cup Grass fragrance oil, naturesgardencandles.com 4-inch mini loaf pan, broadwaypanhandler.com Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol Waxed paper Twine

Mix rubbing alcohol with water and throw in the freezer for a slushy ice pack. Cover with a pretty case and use again and again.

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The sports doctor told me about this a while ago. I think it's just about the coolest thing ever: a fantastic slushy-consistency ice pack for bumps and bruises. And now that it's summer, there are bound to be a few of those here and there. I like this better than the ones available for sale because the slushy consistency lets it contour around an injury. And there are only two ingredients, one of which comes out of your faucet. Large bag: 2 cups of rubbing alcohol and 6 cups of water in a…

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$0.48 for an entire bottle of glass cleaner - rated the best homemade glass cleaner by Crunchy Betty. Recipe: 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol, 1/4 cup white vinegar, 1 TBSP cornstarch, 2 cups warm water. Combine everything in a clean spray bottle and shake well.

Battle of the Homemade Glass Cleaners | Crunchy Betty

Last year, I tried to make my own glass cleaner with black tea and vinegar. It was disastrous. A black film clung to my bathroom mirror for weeks. It looked like you were brushing your teeth in an old Bela Lugosi film. Finally, when I got tired of pretending I was a vampire, I scrubbed it down with some old dry newspaper (paper towels were like, "Um, no. You made this mess. YOU clean it up") and things got back to normal. Tip time: For extra-shiny, streak-free mirrors, do a final wipe with…

Prep your shoes by cleaning the soles with rubbing alcohol. Prime your shoes with white nail-polish. Once you paint the sole of each shoe, let them dry (should take about 10 minutes). Start painting the soles the color of your choice. You will probably need two coats, yet be sure to let the first coat dry before starting on your second coat. Let dry.

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Take a spray bottle,   fill it about 1/8th full with rubbing alcohol, add a drop of Dawn dishwashing soap, a few drops of scented oil (optional, but makes it smell so good), fill the rest of the way with water, shake together, and you're good to go! It makes your granite (or any countertop) shine and feel so smooth at a fraction of the price~I have loved it and use it on my appliances as well. \

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Oldie but goodie: first posted 2/09 I miss my granite counters! :) I love the Method brand countertop/granite cleaner, but it's a small bottle and at $4+ a pop, it would be pricey to keep up with. Soooo, about 6 month ago, I googled it and did a little research of what is in it and how to make your own, and here is what I've come up with that works for me: Take a spray bottle, fill it about 1/8th full with rubbing alcohol, add a drop of Dawn dishwashing soap, a few drops of scented oil…

Travel Ice Pack! Fill balloons with water, freeze and use and reuse them instead of ice! Great for cooler. I wonder if I put something heavy on the balloon if it would freeze flat to slide between items in a cooler? Or I could add rubbing alcohol to the water in the balloon and it would not freeze hard just stay slushy....

Travel Ice Pack! Fill balloons with water, freeze and use and reuse them instead of ice! Great for cooler. I wonder if I put something heavy on the balloon if it would freeze flat to slide between items in a cooler? Or I could add rubbing alcohol to the water in the balloon and it would not freeze hard just stay slushy....

Another pinner wrote: Homemade alcohol ink. 2 methods. One: in a baby food jar, pour 1 pkg powdered Rit dye, fill with rubbing alcohol and shake until no grains remain. Method #2: (this won't be grainy) mix ½ cup of isopropyl alcohol (NOT rubbing alcohol) to every two teaspoons of liquid Rit dye. You may want to add more dye as necessary to create a deeper color, but a little goes a long way.

How to Make Alcohol Ink for Rubber Stamping | eHow.com

Alcohol ink is a popular type of ink for rubber stamping because a little is capable of going a long way. With the right recipe, you can easily make your own alcohol ink from home.

{#myo air freshener} 1oz gin, vodka or rubbing alcohol, 6oz filtered water, 20-40 drops essential oil of your choice (ideas: peppermint, jasmine, citrus oils), small spray bottle. will keep for about a month. *aps: dream come true — now i can make scents i truly like, rather than buy one that will simply “do.”

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DIY: Remove Labels From Jars « Don't Waste the Crumbs!Don't Waste the Crumbs! - use rubbing alcohol... 01.26.13 not that great. Went back to un-do and goo gone and it came right off.

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12 Handy Uses for Rubbing Alcohol « The Secret Yumiverse

12 Handy Uses for Rubbing Alcohol

If rubbing alcohol is commonly used to treat minor scrapes and disinfect surgical instruments in hospitals, then you might as well use its medicinal qualities to also disinfect your cell phone and mix with aloe vera gel to make your very own DIY hand sanitizer.

How to remove permanent marker from everything! Clothes –hand sanitizer  Walls     –toothpaste or hairspray*  Carpet  –white vinegar  Wood   –rubbing alcohol  *don’t scrub too hard with hairspray, you don’t want to remove the paint!

How to remove permanent marker from everything!

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(My kids actually taught me this trick. They do this when they get tired of the old graffiti on their binders & want to start over.) Rubbing Alcohol as Permanent Marker Remover  Remove permanent marker from countertops and walls. Pour a bit of alcohol onto a cotton ball and rub on the stain. (Spot test on a hidden area first.)

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Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper, it transfers the designs onto your nails!

Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper, it transfers the designs onto your nails!