Last night, Dan the Man and I hosted a pizza party. Not the kind where you order out. At this party, two other couples, one grandson, and Dan and I all made pizza from scratch. We had so much fun, and they were tasty to eat and easy to make. Read the rest of this entry
I made these cupcakes for a baby shower I was hosting, and the cake part was just delicious. (CRAP ALERT: We won’t talk about the frosting!) I got this recipe from my son but don’t know it’s origin. I also committed the cardial sin of a blogger — I didn’t take pictures as I worked. But the recipe is easy to follow, so pictures aren’t really necessary if you try this yourself.
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I read a Pinterest link about using Turtle Wax to clean outdoor aluminum furniture: http://hip2save.stfi.re/2015/04/16/how-to-fix-faded-aluminum-patio-furniture-using-just-one-common-household-item/?sf=dbopznp#aa
Our pool furniture is a couple years old, so I wanted to give this cleaning tip a try. But being the cheap crapsperson that I am, I decided to use Armor-All since I already had it in my garage. The Armor-All was useful for cleaning off all the yellow spring pollen, but it didn’t renew the finish of the aluminum. Not willing to give up my cheap habit of using what I already had, I switched to using some Johnson’s Paste Wax. Here’s a before and after:
Did it make a difference? Somewhat. Was it worth the effort? Maybe. Did it live up to the restore-your-aluminum-furniture-and-make-it-look-like-new promise of the original Pinterest post? Nope. I guess I’ll splurge on some Turtle Wax!