Follow the 'BOUNCING' Ball

Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Sundance Realty

A few weeks ago I blogged about the marvels of WD-40 and received several comments.

Today, I discovered, I think, some even more impressive household tips, using Bounce. That little piece of paper[?] that many of us put in the dryer with our clothes. I thought I'd 'Bounce' these off you.

Did you know?

1. It repels mosquitoes... tie it on your belt loop while playing golf or any outdoor summer activity, and stay 'bite free'. Also helps repels bees.

2. Put one in that seldom looked at photo album to prevent that old, musty odor.

3. Wipe your t.v. screen with a used one, and the screen will remain dust free for a longer period of time.

4. Put one in your vacuum cleaner.

5. Eliminate  odors in your trash cans by keeping one in the bottom

6. Put one under your car seat, or in your closet to keep a clean fresh scent.

7. Eliminale odors in your hamper by keeping one in the bottom.

8. Prevent odors in your suitcases by puting one inside before storing.

9. Put one in those smelly old sneakers to get rid of odors, and maybe you won't have to keep them in the garage.

Comments (6)

Nancy Moeller
Seven Gables Real Estate - Anaheim Hills, CA

Great tips David. Thanks for sharing.

Oct 25, 2007 02:12 AM
Lysa Napolitano
Daytona Beach, FL
David, We're going to have to name your blog, David's Household Hint Blog :)
Oct 25, 2007 03:09 AM
David Kelso
Century 21 Sundance Realty - Port Orange, FL
Thanks for stopping by ladies. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to take off my apron and try to sell some houses.
Oct 26, 2007 01:23 AM
Lori DeLoera
Century 21 Sundance - Port Orange, FL

Thanks so much for elaborating on the different uses.  I'm a "bounce" fan myself.

Oct 29, 2007 01:53 AM
Midori Miller
Talk 2 Midori, LLC - Daytona Beach, FL
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Wow Kelso,thanks for the tips...I never knew this but then again...I aint no domestic goddess either!  Great info.
Oct 31, 2007 03:32 AM
David Kelso

Now it's time to switch over to something a little less chemical based!!!

Aug 31, 2009 03:00 AM