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Get a small can of automotive rubbing compound and follow the directions on the can. The compound is a very fine abrasive -- so fine that it does not cause scratches but removes deposits and makes the surface shiny. It should makes the stains lighter and it might make them disappear. At the very worst, it won't help, but it won't hurt the plastic surface ...


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If it is really bad that you can’t consider for donation, use it as poultry feed. Chickens do eat a lot, so it’s not worth raising a new chicken but if you know someone who has a farm, they would love it. Pigeons love wheat. Most birds do. You can even befriend a bird.


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Since you know it will block the sink, presumably you have ground or milled wheat: flour. You can use it to make Play dough. Mix 2 cups flour, 1/2 cup salt, 1 tbsp vegetable oil, and just enough water to create a clay-like consistency. Do not eat. Glue. Mix flour and water and remove or squash out any lumps, to the right thickness for glue. Compost. Don't ...


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If possible, have a small trash can or bag set up directly adjacent to the lint trap. Use a dryer sheet the "scrape" the trap as you pull it out, which will cause the dust/lint to slide off in a clump; wipe up the remaining debris with the dryer sheet. Personally, I do this after every load with a fresh dryer sheet, which I'll clean/shake off and ...


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Try putting a plastic bag flattened on top of the filter handle. Then pull on the handle through the bag. The whole filter will be pulled into the bag. If the bag was arranged carefully to begin with, the lint that would have fallen on the dryer instead falls on the inside of the bag. Gently remove the lint while the filter is in the bag and gently extract ...


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