Technically.. this makes sense.

Technically.. this makes sense.

Grease stain removal: Fighting fire with fire in a sense. My favorite WD 40 tip is to use it to get grease stains out of clothing. Yes, you read it right. Here's how you do it: You need to "reactivate" the grease, by spraying some WD 40 on the grease stain. Let it penetrate for about a minute. Then, use Dawn Dish detergent and an old toothbrush to scrub the area. Wash as normal, and stain will be gone! ~~~~~~~~~ I'm going to have to try this because I'm tired of throwing away all my best shirts with a teensy grease spot on them. I am always in a rush when I'm doing laundry and manage to set in those pesky stains by washing and drying a stain before I ever even noticed it was there. Hope this tip works!
Danielle from Winter Park, FL

Danielle from Winter Park, FL

trying my hand at this gardening thing

trying my hand at this gardening thing

Moving “Palmettos” & Gardenias

Moving “Palmettos” & Gardenias

Another ID

Another ID

Need Some Inspiration.

Need Some Inspiration.

Plant ID Please

Plant ID Please