DIY Tips with Sandpaper
How to speed up your seeds to sprout
If you have seeds such as peas, cilantro, and lupines that are coated on the surface, you should slightly dull the surface using a very-fine- sandpaper or even a pumice. This will help the seeds to absorb water better and to start growing.
Slugs inundating your Garden?
We found many ways to fight these invertebrates but the reality is – no single thing does the trick. You can control them from eating your garden though. Sandpaper?
Wooden Cutting Boards
Wooden boards can be a hotbed for germs. A good way to clean the boards is to use sandpaper to sand them down along with some mineral oil to keep the wood soft and shiny. You can also do the same with your wooden utensils. Sanding yearly is sufficient.
When scissors become dull, they can be annoying and dangerous. Don’t throw them away, there’s help. Simply use dull scissors and cut through some fine-grain sandpaper. Not only will it sharpen the scissors, it will also help remove any sticky residue on your scissors.
Removing Grout Stains
To get rid of dirty stains on your grout ~ sandpaper. Sandpaper seems to be the king of all hard cleaning. If you want to spiff up the grout, cover the glazed surfaces with tape, and apply a sealant once the grout is clean.
Increase Your Shoe’s Traction
Keep Pleats in Place
Make Your Suede as Good as New
Remove Rust From Tools & Knives
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