Samonapisavshaiasia washcloth
First you need to make a small pouch. It can be made from old towels, to use a nice unpaired sock, take wrap the bag from the jewelry- a lot of options. Then you need to invest inside the remnants and sew or tie the hole. Now you only need a sponge to water, and can be used for personal hygiene and for cleaning. Option for gardeners: put a bag of hard mosquito nets. This washcloth is convenient to launder soiled with earth after working in the garden.
Great use of remnants can be found, if they fill the pin cushion is wool or foam. First, the needles and pins to be more securely held in the needle bed, and second, the soap will lubricate and clean the surface of metal products that facilitate the work with them.
Tailor's chalk
Dressmakers often use dry pointed piece of soap instead of a pencil or chalk in transferring the pattern on the fabric. Lines from this chalk are clearly visible on the fabric, especially dark, and when washing the soap washed away without a trace.
The flavor of underwear
Dried pieces of good smelling soap you can put in linen closets, shelving and mezzanine floor between the stacks of clothes and bedding. Placed in small bags-the fragrant remnants can be hung between coats and fur coats. The homemade flavors are to perform two functions – to give things a pleasant smell and deter insects such as moths.
Lubrication of the surfaces
Remnants can be useful to men in the household. For example, if the screw is first screwed into dry soap, then it will be easier to screw into the wall. And if bad slides wooden drawer, dry remnant is to RUB the sliding surfaces. The friction will decrease and push the crate will be much easier.
Wet well remnants of glued paper to various surfaces. For example, soap can lubricate paper tape for sticking them on the window slit for insulation, or paper snowflakes on the Windows for Christmas decorations. When the time comes, remove the paper won't be easy.
Soap powder
Remnants to dry and RUB on a small grater into a powder, pour it into a sealed container. This powder can be used, for example, for a home manicure and pedicure by adding hot water to the bath. You can also use soap powder for hand washing delicate fabrics.
The easiest option is to chop all the remnants, put them into a jar, pour warm water and leave to dissolve, stirring occasionally, then pour the resulting liquid soap in bottle dispenser. But it is better to prepare a detergent, which is useful for cleaning, and for washing, and dishwashing. You need to chop in a blender with 200 grams of scraps, and add, continuing to whisk, 200 ml of warm water. Then stir in the resulting mass of 100 grams of baking soda and 2 tablespoons of glycerin. Put the mixture in a suitable container – tool is ready to use.