Using six inch x (drawer height) PVC piping pieces you can organize your drawer and keep your scarves accessible. PVC can be purchased from your local home improvement store and can be easily cut with a hacksaw or jigsaw.
2-If you have mineral deposits in a narrow neck jar vase, try using a denture tablet. Add a small amount of water to the vase and drop in the tablet, breaking it up as needed. Let it sit overnight or as the package recommends and rinse well.
4-To get rid of static cling on a skirt and slip, just pin a small safety pin to the inside of the hem.
5-If your small appliance has a long cord, try looping it and stuffing the excess through a cardboard paper towel or toilet paper roll.
6-Protect teeth on hand saws by covering them up in storage. Cut a length of garden hose to fit the length of the saw, then split it down one side. Push the teeth of the saw into the split – an added benefit is you are also protected.
7-Want to keep your refrigerator operating efficiently? Try these two small tricks: First, clean the gaskets on the door, and replace them if they are loose. If you close a dollar bill in the door and can pull it out easily it is time to replace the gaskets. Then, stock empty space with jars or pitchers of water. Cold water is refreshing and helps keep air in your fridge cold.