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- Silverware holders have perfectly sized compartments for storing makeup.
- Let all the water out of the toilet, spray vinegar full-strength on stains and let it soak.
- Remove water spots from vinyl furniture with non-gel toothpaste on a damp cloth.
- A cotton swab dipped in furniture polish is a great tool for shining your furniture.
- Spills on the stovetop can be easily cleaned if they’re sprinkled with salt first.