Broth up a dilute solution of baking soda and water to rinse your precious silverware in it and have them all sparkly in a jiffy.
Place crumbled newspaper bits in the fridge as they absorb all odors.
Roll your heated (non-steamed mode) iron over piece of tin foil sprinkled with salt, to have it all clean.
Sticky glue guns from all the Diwali packing get as good as new when wiped with Aluminium foil while still hot but still switched off.
Sweep off the accidentally broken glass chunks by pressing piece of bread on it to pick them up.
Get your leather back to its original glory by rubbing some matching shoe polish on all the tarted areas.
Rub some toothpaste on your precious goldies to have them all sparkling this Diwali.
Say 'Bye' to adamant stains spotted on your bathroom faucets by tying plastic bags filled with vinegar around it.
Scattered Tit Bits:
Use a ball of play dough to collect scattered tit bits around your desk.
Place a mix of water and washing soap in the dirty bakeware and microwave it . Clean with tin foil afterwards.