Michelle from Saskatchewan's Profile
|Display Name:||Michelle from Saskatchewan|
All I can think about is the amount of germs this would accumulate and people licking the dirty thing, getting it nice and sticky for more filth to stick to it. Maybe I'm a germophobe.
A Chair You Can Lick: Sugarchair by Pieter Brenner
|4/18/11 8:40 PM|
From my experience, alcohol (the stronger the better) will take off permanent marker from smooth surfaces. I've only used commercial-grade alcohol (not the kind you drink) on surfaces such as plastic or glass. I'm not sure if it would work on a painted surface, but It might be worth trying rubbing alcohol or even vodka to remove marker from a painted wall.
Go Paperless: Transform Your Walls With A Sharpie
Gus and Lula
|3/23/11 3:50 PM|
I usually wipe up my ceramic top with the dishcloth I used to wash the dishes. Things cook onto the ceramic top quickly and the cloth doesn't get all of it. So about once a week I will follow this routine with a razor scraper and scrape the cooked stuff from the surface, ensuring I don't gouge the surface. It works great.
How To Clean the Stove Naturally: A Tip
|3/11/11 4:03 PM|