WOW! Ive been using this new weight loss product sponsored by Pinterest! It worked for me and I didnt even change my diet! I lost like 26 pounds,Check out the image to see the website, Shabby chic patio

WOW! Ive been using this new weight loss product sponsored by Pinterest! It worked for me and I didnt even change my diet! I lost like 26 pounds,Check out the image to see the website, Shabby chic patio

Puppy Power Wicker Laundry Hamper Basket

Puppy Power Wicker Laundry Hamper Basket

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3 Small Spaces That Break All the Rules of Small Spaces | Most of the conventional wisdom about small spaces advise restraint. You won't see any of that here.

3 Small Spaces That Break All the Rules for Small Spaces

3 Small Spaces That Break All the Rules of Small Spaces | Most of the conventional wisdom about small spaces advise restraint. You won't see any of that here.

I would rather have real built-in drawers under the washer/dryer than the plastic pedestals they can come with. Also love this color for a laundry room

I would rather have real built-in drawers under the washer/dryer than the plastic pedestals they can come with. Also love this color for a laundry room

Black & White Senegalese Laundry Basket (XL)

The laundry room side. SHELVES!!!! and --- Mrs. Meyers cleaning supplies. These products' clever graphic design is the best thing to happen to laundry room staging since those Borax boxes worshipped by Warhol.

The laundry room side. SHELVES!!!! and --- Mrs. Meyers cleaning supplies. These products' clever graphic design is the best thing to happen to laundry room staging since those Borax boxes worshipped by Warhol.

Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

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