Okay. My ongoing investigations for my future kitchen re-model has uncovered some surprising facts that kind of blow my mind. First is the assumption--on my part and probably on others--that natural stone tile is the most durable. According to my tile guy, that's totally
The Queen of Clean! Does she wear a cape made of dryer sheets? Does she leap laundry hampers in a single bound? I have no idea, but she does de-bunks laundry myths faster than a speeding bullet. (The busts are brought to us by Vaska, thus the shout out). So here they are, straight from the Dirt Buster's mouth:
If the clothes are really dirty use more detergent.
Did you know, despite a great ad campaign, that a box of baking soda will NOT remove odors from the fridge/freezer? Or that alcohol does NOT bake off in the oven? These and other kitchen myths get busted
Today we explore vegetable mythology, and I'm not talking Tom-anatos or Pea-seidon here. Nope, these are things we think we know about veggies that are WRONG.