Monday, April 14, 2014

Storing Tablecloths

  I've been missing you!  Did you notice that I haven't posted for a while?  I'm sure that, like me, you've been too busy to notice.  Spring is here!  And, with the arrival of Spring comes a whole lot of work to be done-inside and out.  If you moved during a December ice storm, as we did, moving boxes in the garage compound your springtime activities!
  I'm not complaining, simply filling you in on what we've been up to.  The weather has been beautiful, and  working in the yard and clearing our garage this weekend was especially labor intensive for the guys (our sons were a big help!), but enjoyable at the same time.  We are not finished with that project, but made a real dent in it. 
  As far as inside, Spring cleaning has begun!  My next assignment is to clean my wood floors.  For everyday cleaning, I like to dust mop with Febreeze Swiffer dry cloths, but I'm going to try Bono for a deeper cleaning job.   I heard about it as I was waiting to have my sticker inspection done on my car (in Texas).  The lady sitting across from me, also waiting, was a professional cleaner and highly recommended Bono.  I'll let you know how that goes in a later post.
  I'm closing this chat today with a space-saving idea for storing your dining room tablecloths.  
  As I was clearing out some moving boxes, I came across a men's slacks hanger that we don't use.  At the same, time, I had been folding and storing my tablecloths.  This had taken up an entire drawer of my buffet!  Here's my solution:
It hangs in the pantry or closet!  So simple!
Have a great week :)

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