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  1. Dust Jackets

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    Twenty-inch cloth napkins (or same-size squares of fabric) become protective covers for coats and vests that don't need to be stored in garment bags. Each is pierced in the center and reinforced with a grommet to slide over a hanger.

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    Martha Stewart Living, January 2009
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  2. Mosquito Bite Soother

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    Soothe an insect bite or numb a mild burn without freezing your fingertips by using ice frozen in a film canister. Wash canister with soap and water beforehand, fill with water (allowing room for its expansion), cover, and freeze. To use, run cool water over the canister, then uncap, and gently squeeze to loosen the ice.

     

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    Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 4 2002
  3. Medicine Cabinet Organizer

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    Make the most of a tight space with these easy tricks. Have galvanized metal cut to fit the back of the cabinet and inside the door. Adhere metal with caulk. (If your mirror has clips, loosen them, and slide the metal behind them.) Attach magnetized hooks, a notepad holder for brushes and combs, and spice canisters for hair elastics and barrettes. Group like items in votive holders and small acrylic boxes; double surface space with acrylic risers.

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    Martha Stewart Living, January 2006
  4. Martha Stewart Clean

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    Martha is proud to introduce Martha Stewart Clean, a new line of natural home cleaning solutions developed with The Hain Celestial Group. The products are non-toxic and environmentally friendly, with no added fragrances or colors.

    Martha Stewart Clean solutions are available for pre-order on marthastewartclean.com. There, you can also view current retail availability and join an e-mail list to receive home care tips, special savings, and information on availability in your area as the product line is stocked in more locations across the country.

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    The Martha Stewart Show, November 2009
  5. Put Reminders by the Door

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    Eliminate stray notes and pieces of paper by writing important to-do tasks on an erasable board near the door. Adding a painted wooden picture frame upgrades the standard message board; below it, a "hot box" -- a mesh bin set off by a colorful painted square -- helps you remember cameras, cell phones, and any other small equipment you may need to take with you.

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    Martha Stewart Living, January 2003
  6. Good Thing

    Keeping Lampshades Clean

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    Here's a bright idea: Keep your fabric lampshades dust-free with an adhesive lint roller. Hold the shade steady, and pass the roller over the exterior.

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    Martha Stewart Living, November 2009
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