The internet is awash with natural cleaning hacks. We put them to the test.
1. REMOVING A WATERMARK BY RUBBING WITH A WALNUT
The advice: Get rid of watermarks on wood by rubbing it with pieces of walnut (the nut not the shell).
How it worked: Vigorous rubbing was needed and we went through a few walnuts, but gradually the watermark disappeared. A quick polish with a clean cloth to finish it off.
Worth repeating? Yes, we were surprised at how well it worked, we even tried it on larger surfaces and it did the trick there too. | Rating: 5/5
2. USE OIL TO GET RID OF GREASE STAINS ON STAINLESS STEEL
The advice: Use a smear of olive oil (or similar) on a rag to clean fingerprints and grease smears off stainless steel appliances.
How it worked: Like a dream! It was easier and neater than using the spray-on stainless steel cleaner I have been buying from the supermarket. Trick is not to use too much, you just need the slightest smear...
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The Wellington City Council is prosecuting a driver who allegedly polluted the south coast.
"The irresponsible actions of a driver not securing their load last Friday resulted in thousands of polystyrene balls scattered around the south coast, devastating for the environment and marine life, and frustrating the affected communities. We identified the offender thanks to eagle-eyed locals, and have started the process of fining him $200."
Kiaora neighbours and locals!
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The Karori Table Tennis Club 2021 season is starting on the 3rd of May.
The club operates from the Karori Recreation Centre from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on Monday nights, excluding public holidays and school holidays.
New Members are very welcome.
Hope to see you all there
Karori Table Tennis Club