Dial soap sells those fancy hand-soap dispensers where the water/soap mixture comes out as 'foam'. When these run out, I put about a table-spoon of regular dish soap in them and then refill them with water. They still work the same, and it probably costs about 1 cent to do this. Once a year, I like to -really- clean my vehicles. For every vehicle I've every had, there has only been 4 plastic covers and four bolts holding in the front seats. I remove the seats and this allows a person to really get at the carpets and everything else and clean up. Oxy-Clean. Not a product endorsement, just the most common know name for something you can now buy in a generic equivalent. This stuff really works. Add to a load of laundry or soak in it. I've seen it take oil stains out of a pair of jeans that nothing else worked on. I like it. So… please share your daily wisdom. We all have it. What's yours?
Everyday Tips Curious and Helpful Monkey: Here's my theory: We all have things that we think we do better, easier, cheaper. We should share them. I'll share a few: