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Display Name: KillerChihuahua
Member Since: 3/1/10

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Cover it in jute, perhaps? There is a method which is almost like finger crochet which used to be used to cover coathangers with yarn, if you are familiar with it that's what i have in mind. I'm not talking about the fancy crocheted covers for thick hangers; I'm talking about the single chain around a wire. I've looked but cannot find decent instructions of this online. This is similar to what I was thinking of:
http://reduxdesigns.blogspot.com/2007/07/tutorial-crocheted-wire-hangers.html


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11/4/10 01:16 PM

Baking soda, used on a barely damp cloth, will shine your chrome toaster (and anything else chrome) back to showroom bright with ease. Good for that sticky residue which seems impervious to other approaches. It is slightly abrasive; but is an almost instant shine.


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3/1/10 10:01 AM

Oh! and I forgot to say I use a percolator. :-)


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3/1/10 08:27 AM

Fabulous place! I cannot believe it is 800 ft. You've managed to balance "clean and neat" with "warm and welcoming" in a wonderful way!


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3/1/10 08:22 AM