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Magazine Review: First For Women November 30, 2015 Issue

by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (follow)
Highest Honors graduate in Fitness & Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute/ Hubgarden.com Chief Editor, Editor & Writer/ Frugal Gal
First For Women (6)      Vinegar Uses (1)      Baking Soda Uses (1)      Clear Nail Polish (1)      Wart Remover (1)     
In the First For Women November 30, 2015 issue, there was not too much to be found. However, I will share a few good uses.



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Do you have worn-out towels? Give them new life by washing in hot water then pouring in 1 cup of vinegar. Then, run in another cycle with 1/2 cup baking soda. The result? wonderul, fresh and fluffy towels. Vinegar takes away soap residue. Baking soda cleans lingering dirt and odor.

Next, two uses for clear nail polish: (1) ensure envelopes stay sealed and (2) make a wart disappear!

For envelopes that won't stay sealed, brush clear nail polish along the underside of the flap and press to seal as an adhesive.

The pain-free way to remove a wart? Apply a thick coat of clear nail polish to it twice daily. Repeat until it disappears, usually two to three weeks. This creates a seal to wipe out the growth.

While this isn't a "wow" issue, it certainly was practical.

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#Clear Nail Polish
#Wart Remover
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