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Because I am not a baker, can't really you tell what the real purpose of baking soda is. However, here are a couple of cleaning uses for the baking soda in your cabinet Since, everyone knows that baking soda placed in the fridge kills odors. Here are some baking soda tips you may not be aware of. Drains...................... For drains in the kitchen and bathrooms, pour a cup down the drain. This will keep the drains smelling fresh. Fresher Pets.............. to keep Fifi (cat) or Fido (dog) smelling fresh, sprinkle baking soda all over their fur and (10 comments)
Recently, in an effort to go green and do things to help the environment, I am now using lemons for another purpose. Cleaning! Lemon juice can be used to dissolve soap scum and hard water deposits. Lemon juice can be mixed with vinegar and or baking soda to make cleaning pastes. Cut a lemon in half and sprinkle baking soda on the cut section. Use the lemon to scrub dishes, surfaces, and stains. A natural fresh smelling alternative- that's what lemons are! Furniture polish tips......Mix 1 (21 comments)
greenville home staging: What Happens In Vegas, Sometimes Leaks OUT!!!!! - 03/17/09 10:54 PM
After coming home, I need a vacation from my vacation! Did, I have a great time! Yes, I did! I went to Vegas who has been my friend since I was 8 years old! After this trip, we have made plans to take a girl trip every year! We are already planning our next trip! I will visit her in July for a big music festival in New Orleans. We hadn't been in touch since before Katrina- Numbers got misplaced and we lost contact! Thank God for facebook! That is how we were able to locate each other..... Cher was AWESOME! (12 comments)
greenville home staging: On My Way to Vegas! - 03/02/09 04:40 PM
So, today...I wake up and snow is everywhere! The nervous Nellie in me, starts panicking about flight delays. I have finally calmed down. The reservationist with Continental was a gem! Charlotte is fine for travel! WOO- HOOO!
Before, loosing my daddy, I never really thought about a bucket list. Just never thought about life being so short. Vegas was one of the things that I wanted to do, but never had! Off to Vegas, I go!!!!! So what's on my itinerary in Vegas, you ask? Well, I will arrive in Vegas at 7 PM on March 3rd! After, walking the strip, seeing (5 comments)
Verizon Wireless said it spent more than $30 million in 2008 to enhance voice and data services and coverage throughout South Carolina, bringing the total statewide network investment to more than $714 million since 2000.
Written by : Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas,assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. Ms. Toliver is also the S.C. Chapter President of Real Estate Staging Association, commonly known as RESA. Marci offers home staging services to homeowners and Realtors® (2 comments)
Allied Industries invests $2.1M in Union CountyAllied Industries International Inc. has located its new production facility in Jonesville, a $2.1 million investment expected to generate 35 jobs. Allied Industries purchased the former Weave Tex building to house the company's manufacturing operation. Independence National Bank expands to SimpsonvilleIndependence National Bank chief executive Larry Miller says that opening a new branch office in Simpsonville today was a "natural" move for his three-year-old Greenville-based bank, despite the fact that Greenville County is the most (0 comments)
When looking back in time, things we once wore, we wouldn't be caught dead in anymore. For example, take a look at this cutie...
When selling your home, oftentimes, it will require an update, as well. For example, kitchen cabinets, if they are in good shape, but dated, simply paint them to get a more updated look. 80's countertops can be replaced with Granite or Silestone. Remove shiny brass handles and knobs and dated fixtures and replace them with an oil-rubbed bronze or brushed nickel. This simple fix can (6 comments)
I saw this yesterday on twitter! Greenville chamber makes moves to save money The need to be conservative and fiscally responsible in a down economy has forced the Greenville Chamber of Commerce to lay off six staff members and implement a five-day furlough for all employees.
Written by : Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas,assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. Ms. Toliver is also the S.C. Chapter President of Real Estate Staging Association, commonly known as RESA. (2 comments)
With the transition to digital TV scheduled to take place in June, some people will choose to purchase a digital television. If you do decide to purchase a new TV and no longer want your old TV, the City's Solid Waste Division will collect your TV at the curb if you notify them 24 hours before your regularly scheduled pick-up day. But before you do that, please consider recycling it. Recycling TVs recovers valuable materials from the circuit boards, metal, wiring, leaded glass and plastics. For your convenience, the City of Greenville will (5 comments)
greenville home staging: IKEA is coming to Charlotte! - 02/02/09 03:47 PM
IKEA is coming to Charlotte on Wednesday, February 18, 2009! At IKEA Charlotte, you'll find everything you need for every room of your home: beautiful, well-designed home furnishings and accessories at amazingly low prices-plus lots of surprises. Experience just how fun shopping can be! See you at the Grand Opening!
written by Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas, assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. Ms. Toliver is also the S.C. Chapter President of Real Estate Staging Association, commonly known as (17 comments)
Former S.C. House Speaker and Bush administration Ambassador to Canada David H. Wilkins has joined the law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP. He starts work today. The Clemson University and University of South Carolina School of Law graduate will work from the Greenville office of the Nelson Mullins firm and will chair its Public Policy and International Law practice group.
written by Marci Toliver Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas, assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. (0 comments)
German automotive firm to create 250 jobs in Greenville Greenville will become North American headquarters for redi-Group North America LLC, which expects to create 250 jobs over the next five years, the S.C. Department of Commerce and the Greenville Area Development Corp. has announced.
Written by Marci Toliver Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas, assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. Ms. Toliver is also the S.C. Chapter President of Real Estate Staging Association, commonly known as RESA. Marci offers home (3 comments)
greenville home staging: Friday Night Movie - 12/05/08 03:53 PM
Maybe I should start calling this the Friday Review! My plan is to see Cadillac Records. Personally, I don't think Beyonce is that good of an actress. I like her music.
Well stay tuned for the review! I got a date with Greenville's Finest Stager!
written by Marci Toliver Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing service to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas, assisting you in effectively showcasing your property. Providing home staging services homeowners and Realtors® in the Upstate area . Please call Marci at 864.275.2112 to schedule your home staging appointment today!
greenville home staging: Christmas Parades in Upstate, SC - 12/04/08 01:46 PM
Inspired by Kara Casamassina, I love a Parade blog. I too love a parade! Here's a list of a few of the ones going on in the Upstate, commonly known as Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, SC. Dec 1-25: Anderson Lights of Hope - holiday light show - benefit Dec 1-30: Roper Mountain Holiday Lights - Greenville Dec 1 - Jan 3: Holiday Lights Safari - Inman - Hollywild Animal Park Dec 4-6: Holiday Fair - Greenville - Carolina First Center - arts & crafts show Dec 6: Poinsetia Christmas Parade - Greenville
All of this sounds like we have a lot going on! I (4 comments)
The Atlanta company designed an alternative energy concept car called the Carbon E7 that is built specifically for law enforcement.
The company also is determining where to build its vehicles. The company's site will recreate 10,000 direct and indirect jobs and have a $3 billion economic impact during a 10-year period, said Chairman and CEO William Santana Li.
Furman University will continue its High Noon lecture series in December. The lectures focus on the American economy and will take place at noon at Furman's FYI center in downtown Greenville. The December series follows a fall discussion, Politics at High Noon, a weekly series of talks by Furman political science professors. The first discussion, to be held Wednesday, Dec. 3, is titled "The ‘New' Washington and the Economic Picture: Rosy or Gloomy?" Economics professor Kailash Khandke will present the first talk.
Business and accounting professor Thomas Smythe will lead the Dec. 11 discussion, speaking on "The (1 comments)
Step 1. Pop 2 qts. popcorn - air-popped is best - and put in a large pan. I have also made this using 2 bags of microwave popcorn. Step 2. Put sugar, corn syrup, butter, 1/3 cup water and salt in a medium saucepan. Step 3. Place pan over medium heat and stir constantly until mixture comes to a boil. Step 4. Stop stirring and let syrup cook until it reaches 270 degrees F on a candy thermometer. on until (8 comments)
greenville home staging: I'm a Star! - 01/11/08 01:51 PM
Recently, Tanya and I were contacted by a reporter to be featured in a local magazine. I will provide more news about the article once it goes to the publisher. It is set for a March release. I'm excited about it. March is when I turn 41 years old! It will also be the first one without my dad. I wasn't really looking forward to it. Anyway, I got up this morning put on my clothes. I wore a blue sweater set and chocolate brown slacks. Tanya had on a brown/cream striped blouse with black slacks. We were coordinating. The colors (49 comments)
greenville home staging: Sweet Tea - 08/18/07 07:07 PM
One of the biggest differences between me and Maureen Henry - Rockland Home Staging is that she doesn't get southern cooking! The girl has never ate grits. She told me that she ate collard greens for the first time and threw them out! Can you believe that? Southerners make the best iced tea you'll find. I think it is because we put love into what we do or because we have GREAT WATER! So here it is my sweet tea recipe... 3 Family Size Tea Bags2 Cups Of Cold Water1 Cup of Sugar Place the two cups water in a pot and add the tea bags. (22 comments)
2 cans pineapple chunks 1 can sliced peaches 1 can pears 4 bananas, sliced 1 cup grapes 1 qt. strawberries 1 cup raisins 1 cup marshmallows Cinnamon, if desiredDirections Drain all cans of fruit. Peel and slice bananas and apples. Slice strawberries. Combine remaining ingredients. Sprinkle with cinnamon, toss and serve. (6 comments)
Marci Toliver, Anderson SC, Spartanburg,Greenville SC, Home Staging
Marci Toliver is a home staging consultant, providing home staging services to Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson, SC. areas, assisting you in effectively showcasing your property by utilizing proven home staging techniques. Ms. Toliver is also the S.C. Chapter President of Real Estate Staging Association, commonly known as RESA. Marci offershome stagingservices to homeowners and Realtors® in the Upstate area .
Please call Marci at 864.275.2112 to schedule your home staging appointment today!
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