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These genius life hacks are guaranteed to make your life easier - Page 14 of 23 - Kiwi Report

These genius life hacks are guaranteed to make your life easier


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[post_page_title]The silver cutlery polisher[/post_page_title]
You know how your best silver cutlery will invariably lose some of its shine over time? Well, you can bring back its luster, and it couldn’t be simpler.

The silver cutlery polisher

Fill a pot full of water, add some baking soda (there it is again), and a crumpled up piece of aluminum foil. Let the water come to a boil, and then add whatever cutlery you want to shine. Just keep watch to make sure the cutlery doesn’t actually touch the foil, and before you know it it’ll be good as new.

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