THE SMELL OF SUC­CESS

You might have seen spe­cial­ist prod­ucts for clean­ing make-up brushes, but hum­ble old sham­poo can do the job just as well. Dam­pen your brushes, then gen­tly lather in some sham­poo be­fore rins­ing thor­oughly. An easy way to keep them bac­te­ria and grime free.

YOURS (UK) - - Good To Know - tum­ble dryer sheet down the side of your bin bag for an in­stant air fresh­ener.

Keep­ing your home smelling of roses is more af­ford­able than you might think

Pop half a lemon in your fridge to mask strong pongs.

If you’ve burnt your din­ner, sprin­kle salt over burnt pans to con­tain the smell.

Make a nat­u­ral, scented clean­ing prod­uct to keep your home fresh. Mix one-part white vine­gar and one part wa­ter, then add sage or other herbs to the mix­ture and use as a ba­sic kitchen/bath­room cleaner. Stick a scented

BICARBONATE OF SODA

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