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How to Load a Dishwasher

Mar 3, 2011

Loading a dishwasher doesn’t have to be a challenge! Get all your dishes clean in the dishwasher the first time, by following these simple tips.

  1. Before You Load – Pre-rinse dishes if they won’t be washed right away.
  2. Stacking Dishes – Face the dirtier side of dishes (tops of plates, insides of bowls) toward the center of the machine. Pots, pans and casserole dishes angle down.
  3. Never stack items – The water spray won’t be able to reach dishes that on top of other dishes.
  4. Put flat pans and other larger flat dishes along the sides and back of the rack. If they are in front, by the door, the detergent will be blocked from reaching all the dishes.
  5. Rest glasses upside down on the top rack, angled so they don’t collect water. Don’t allow them to touch, to prevent breakage.
  6. Use Fresh Detergent – Keep detergent fresh by always storing it in a cool, dry spot. Don’t buy more than a two months’ supply at once. Don’t use regular dishwashing liquid designed for hand washing dishes or it may end up looking like this:

You can buy dishwasher detergent at ToiletPaperWorld.com. Get dishes virtually spotless and remove stubborn grease with a quality dishwasher detergent in gel, powder or tabs.

Win a Year’s Supply of Toilet Paper!

Oct 5, 2009

Scott's 130 birthdayIn the fall of 1879, Scott Paper Company was launched by two brothers, E. Irvin and Clarence Scott, in Philadelphia.  Since then, Scott has become a billion dollar brand with a long-standing history of common sense.  They have continually supplied us with innovative paper products – toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, and much more!

In honor of Scott’s 130th Birthday, ToiletPaperWorld.com is giving away A YEAR’S SUPPLY OF 2-PLY SCOTT TOILET PAPER! All you need to do is place your order as usual between 10/5 – 10/11 and you will automatically be entered into the drawing.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOTT – and thank you for 130 years of excellence and high quality products.

** Winner will receive 2 cases (160 rolls) of Scott 2-Ply Toilet Paper. Winner will be randomly selected by the IT department and winner will be notified on 10/12. **

Toilet Paper Fun for Kids!

Mar 3, 2009

All you need is a few supplies and a child's imagination!

All you need is a few supplies and a child's imagination!

When it comes to making something out of something that doesn’t seem to exciting, leave it to kids to come
up with the best idea ever. Toilet Paper crafts, like Toilet Paper Roll puppets, can be a great way for your child to show off some creativity while using easy to find materials right at home. Here’s how to make one of your own:

Materials Needed:
Toilet Paper and/or Paper Towel Rolls
– Craft Sticks
– Glue
– Scissors
– Construction Paper
– Various Craft Supplies (felt, moving eyes, yarn, etc.)


Instructions:

Very simple!
Decorate the cardboard toilet paper rolls to make different people or animals. You can even cut them to different heights. Use the misc. craft supplies to make hair, clothes, mouths, etc. Use the scissors to cut out the details you want in 3-D, or add on other craft supplies. If you’re feeling really artistic, you can also paint your rolls to resemble just about anything!
Glue the craft sticks inside the bottom edge of the cardboard roll for handles, so you can have a puppet show later! Remember – be creative!

How To Organize Your Cleaning Supplies

Mar 3, 2009

Cleaning Supplies

As Spring Cleaning season looms just around the corner, you can start to get a head start on your cleaning routine today by opting to organize your cleaning supplies. By taking the time to get your spics and spans in a row, you can be sure that cleaning will be easier and less frustrating than you last remember. After all, Spring Cleaning can be a very rewarding experience when you get it done right. Here are the steps you need to get your supplies ready for the fight against dirt, grime and dust bunnies:

Step 1: Find A Space
Most people tend to shove their supplies under a shelf, in a cupboard, or even in a bucket in a closet. The point of organizing your cleaning supplies is to find a space where it can fit comfortably and be dedicated to storing just cleaning supplies. If you don’t have an entire closet to devote, you can always think about setting aside part of a pantry, a nook under a staircase, or even an organized bin.

Step 2: Clean Up
Sort through your supplies and sort out what’s unnecessary. If you have two half-used bottles of the same product, combine them together. Pitch brooms, mops, or rags that are worn out beyond repair. Start organizing your products by room, type, or whatever way works best for you. Try to secure loose items like brooms, rags, and bottles by tossing them in bins, buckets, or hanging them up on racks, hooks or similar.

Step 3: Stock Up
Once you’ve cleared out the clutter, replenish your supply of depleted cleaning products. ToiletPaperWorld.com is your source for finding the Cleaning Supplies You need to restore your cleaning space to where it should be – just in time for Spring Cleaning.

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