The Monday Night Show Asks: What’re the 3 most unique ways you’ve used sheets (not on a bed)?
My list is endless we cut up my mom’s to make barbie clothes, used them to build indoor forts, a toga in 1981 and curtains also in the 80’s :). If I had kids that cut up my CC sheets I would be very sad 🙂
Escaping prison. Making sure it is of the highest quality and not to rip as one is climbing down. Don’t want to fall and chip a nail or something.
Iron on top of it,cover a window,cover your chair
Adam At times I have to jump out of bed and answer my front door wearing my bed sheet.
2.I always cut old bed sheets up to remove Lancomes Galetee milky cleanser.
2.I only clean my glass with old cut up bed sheats.
i actually have 4 ways that i creatively use new bed sheets: my use 1. when it comes time for the annual cleaning of my parents’ chrystal chandelier located in the formal living room, i spread out a bunch of new sheets right underneath the chandelier. on top of the sheets i place two dishpans- one filled with clean water and one filled with clean water plus a little bit of ammonia. as i take off the chandelier chrystal drops one-by-one (a herculean feat), i do a quick rinse in the ammonia water and then rinse them thorughly in the clean water. when i take them out of the clean water, i then place the wet chandelier drops on top of my new sheets to dry. once dry, i re-hang the chrystal drops back onto our chandelier. i must say that i have never had a problem with the absorbancy factor of the bed sheets. they just soak the water right up instantly and efficiently. my use 2. i take clean bed sheets (the whole flat sheet) and i wrap one around each one of my and my mother’s fur and leather coats to protect them from any and all elements as well as, most importantly, keeping them clean. my use 3. when i am doing some type of home craft project, i take clean sheets and i place them on the floor underneath the table-top that i am working on so that the sheets can soak up any excess paint, etc. and not damage my expensive carpet or wood flooring. and, lastly, use 4. is to make dust covers/dust bags to protect all of my hsn hand bags and shoes!!! i love you carlos falchi!! in any event, I HOPE THAT THIS HELPS!! thanks adam for a great, unique question this week!! cheers to you and your team, love!! i love you hsn!! thanks for making it fun here!!! xoxo. :heart: :smileyhappy:
Sewed curtains, protect outside plants from a freeze, use pillow cases to cover leather and fur coats by cutting hole in them and sliding it over the hanger
not very creative…….
oh, and cat toys. One thin strip, the length of a sheet, then smaller strips tied as bows to one end. Then hang it in a doorway. My kitty goes nuts over it. (I have found that the best cat and dog toys have been the free ones!)
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