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The best way to avoid doing dishes is to not use dishes. Dish hack: Eatable dishes. This is not original but inspired from advertising which suggests crackers, rusks, toasted bread, pita were "eatable dishes." That changed my consumption of dish detergent by a significant amount. Dish hack: Parchment paper (available in rolls) for baking. The ...


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I always use Lens Cleaning Wipes, originally meant to clean my glasses, but they can also clean phones: Using one once a week or so is enough in my case. I use the same wipe for glasses and phone, and it works as each wipe is pretty large.


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My solution is a little different. I only buy waterproof phones. When I want to clean them, I follow this procedure (obviously don't try this if your phone isn't waterproof): I put a tiny dot of gentle dishwashing detergent on the back of my hand. I then tap the screen of the phone to the back of my hand to transfer an ever-so-small amount of the ...


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I was supremely paranoid about how to clean my laptop screen and my smartphone at first so I spent an inordinate amount of time researching on the web and bought 'the #1 rated formula' spray for LCD, DLP, Plasma, cell phone screens+ from Fry's, I think. It is called Klear Screen; just now found more info. This is what I bought, but the bottle labeling has ...


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While you claim that we have little experience with your chosen brand of container, you appear to not have much experience with brushes made for cleaning bottles. I submit… Lifehack solution #1 for your particular difficulty (and a picture of your bottle would have been helpful as there are a number of different bottle designs from the company you mention. I ...


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I tried baking soda, white vinegar and water with a toothbrush on my cards that had red ink on them. First I tried it on a common just to test then one of my better cards. I ended up ruining the better card but the common worked fine somehow. Make sure you are extra careful if f you do try this but you would be better off just not. Just my input.


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you can use a rubber stopper that fits the socket and twist. Be sure and cut the Power first!


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As someone that's a landlord and dealt with this a few time this is what works for me. Remove all the offensive matter. Wheel it outside in the yard and hit it with a power washer or at the very least a water hose, spraying it down well, and draining it out, do it many times. Having someone to help tilt it while you do this helps considerably. Then Take a ...


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