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rom folding a fitted sheet to removing scuffs from furniture, this book offers simple solutions to a variety of everyday problems. Each informative entry helps you discover quicker, more efficient techniques for completing ordinary tasks around the home, at the office, and just about anywhere.
The Organically Clean Home: 150 Everyday Organic Cleaning Products You Can Make Yourself--The Natural, Chemical-Free Way
The Organically Clean Home features 150 easy-to-make recipes for cleaning products filled with all-natural ingredients you can trust and actually pronounce!
Coping with your death or the diagnosis of a serious illness is bad enough, but having to make difficult decisions on your behalf can add further stress and heartache for your loved ones. State your preferences for the future now, and save them the extra heartache.
Shows you hundreds of inventive and surprising ways to use these and other common household materials to improve day-to-day life. This title helps you learn how to: remove odours from clothes using vodka; shine leather belts, wallets, purses, and jackets using butter; remove scuffs from sneakers using toothpaste; and more.
Explores an essential ingredient and how to use it for health and the household as well as in cooking; a brief history of salt and its importance in customs and rituals, before presenting hundreds of fascinating natural applications in the home.
How did the Edwardian lady dress? What were they eating? Life in Edwardian times is revealed by Mrs Rowena Davison, an Edwardian housewife, mother and business woman who gives us an insight into that 'golden era'.
A guide that offers hundreds of helpful hints, practical tips and remedies from days gone by to benefit your health, looks, home and garden. It includes six chapters that cover various aspects of life and home, from natural health and beauty solutions to home cooking and care. It also includes...
By F.A. Steel
In The Complete Indian Housekeeper and Cook 1888, Flora Annie Steel and her co-author Grace Gardiner give practical and highly opinionated advice to young memsahibs in India. Covering all aspects of household management from the duties of servants to recipes, the manual sheds fascinating light on the entire imperial experience.