Corina Maich
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I think I’ve tried everything. And most things work okay but it takes a LOT of elbow grease for mediocre results. So much in fact, that I tend to sort of ignore this chore. I happened on a new idea on the good old internet though and I thought it was worth a shot. Take your nasty old grate… Slip it into a gallon size ziploc bag. Be careful not to put any holes in the bag. Pour 2 or 3 Tablespoons ammonia into the bag. Seal the bag. And let it sit for 12 hours. I put mine in a glass baking…

I think I’ve tried everything. And most things work okay but it takes a LOT of elbow grease for mediocre results. So much in fact, that I tend to sort of ignore this chore. I happened on a new idea on the good old internet though and I thought it was worth a shot. Take your nasty old grate… Slip it into a gallon size ziploc bag. Be careful not to put any holes in the bag. Pour 2 or 3 Tablespoons ammonia into the bag. Seal the bag. And let it sit for 12 hours. I put mine in a glass baking…

Honey Garlic Butter Salmon In Foil in under 20 minutes, then broiled (or grilled) for that extra golden, crispy and caramelised finish! So simple and only 4 main ingredients, with no mess to clean up! | http://cafedelites.com

Honey Garlic Butter Salmon In Foil in under 20 minutes, then broiled (or grilled) for that extra golden, crispy and caramelised finish! So simple and only 4 main ingredients, with no mess to clean up! | http://cafedelites.com

This is a great scarf pattern for beginner knitters since not only is it easy/quick to knit with chunky yarn and big needles, but it is also made with just two basic stitches: knit and purl. It is also great for intermediate knitters who want an instant g

This is a great scarf pattern for beginner knitters since not only is it easy/quick to knit with chunky yarn and big needles, but it is also made with just two basic stitches: knit and purl. It is also great for intermediate knitters who want an instant g