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Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything

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Do your kitchen cabinets feel cluttered with tools you never use?

Could this be you?

Sarah never has enough time or enough money to do all the things she wants to do. She doesn't know how some of her kitchen tools work, so she ends up buying single-use gadgets that she really doesn't need. The result is even less time and even less money as she has to rattle through the junk to search for the right tool for every job. Clutter builds up and her kitchen cabinets and drawers overflow with specialized products that she didn't really need in the first place.

Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters solves this problem by proposing hundreds of NEW USES for OLD TOOLS, eliminating the need for the latest gadgets and gizmos.

Are you tired of wasting your money on the latest kitchen tools and cleaning products? The things you already own can go the extra mile for you if you let them, saving you all those steps and keeping your money where it belongs – in your wallet.

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“Tara, just snagged your new book. Love it already. Awesome job. I can't wait to print it out and put it in a binder in the kitchen. So many great ideas. Love the book cover and Chapter Pages.” Harriet Yoder, Lampost Homeschooling

In Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything, you will find lists of 10 or more new uses for all 37 household items listed below. Including everything from using your bundt pan to bake potatoes to making mini meat loaves in your muffin tin to using salt to clean coffee-stained stained mugs, this book is the answer to questions you didn't even know you had!

Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters includes a Top Ten Creative Uses for ALL of the following tools and gadgets:

  1. Bundt pan
  2. Muffin tin
  3. Blender
  4. Cookie cutters (2 lists)
  5. Springform pan
  6. Mandoline
  7. Scoop
  8. Cheese grater
  9. Colander
  10. Cookie sheet
  11. Crinkle Cutter
  12. Pizza stone (2 lists)
  13. Trifle bowl
  14. Egg slicer
  15. Cookie/icing decorator
  16. Tongs
  17. Coffee grinder
  18. Cheap flatware
  19. Ice cube tray
  20. Lemons
  21. Orange peels
  22. Egg shells
  23. Egg cartons
  24. Hydrogen peroxide
  25. Vinegar
  26. Baking soda (4 lists)
  27. Salt
  28. Corn flakes
  29. Toothpaste
  30. Bamboo skewers (2 lists)
  31. Coffee filters
  32. Laundry detergents
  33. Dryer sheets
  34. Empty toilet paper/paper towel tubes
  35. Nail polish
  36. Baby wipes
  37. Aluminum foil

Solving a Real Problem

Three years ago, several women I know lamented about their useless bundt pans. One woman confided in a hushed voice that she'd thrown hers away because why keep something she never uses?! A second woman said she only keeps her because it was a wedding present, and she would feel guilty getting rid of it.

I was shocked – my bundt pan is indispensable! I use it at least once a week even though I rarely bake cakes.

When I started rattling off all the things they could be doing with a bundt pan, a third woman asked me to write up a list and post it on my blog.

Of course, I obliged.

The bundt pan post led to a muffin tin post and requests began to pour in – what can I do with my scoop? my cheese grater? the gallon of vinegar my husband got at the warehouse club? The series went on for months, and they remain some of my most popular ever.

Those lists, together with 18 never before published, make up Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Uses for Just About Everything.

Imagine how good it will feel to clear the clutter from your kitchen cabinets and drawers – you don't need all that junk any more!

It comes out to only 7¢ a list! What do you have to lose? Buy Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters today!

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Now available – 10 pages of printables to accompany your ebook!

  1. A cleaning checklist explaining every surface mentioned in the book and what substance is best to clean it
  2. A Do Not Throw Away list – a list of recyclables and reusables that you can laminate and put near your trash can
  3. An alphabetical index of every recipe found in the book, including where to find them

These gorgeous printables will save you money every day as you reuse items you'd normally throw away. That's free money!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer a hard copy book?

At this time, Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters is a digital download only. You can buy the PDF above or head over to Amazon to buy the Kindle version.

How do I read the book on my iPod, iPhone, or iPad?

When you click on the download link in your email, the ebook will open but will not save to your device. Click on the icon in the upper right corner and select Open in Safari. Once the ebook opens in the browser, tap in the middle of the screen. You should then see options to open/save the ebook in specific apps on your device, i.e. the Kindle, iBooks or Dropbox. (If you don't have one of those free apps installed, install the app first and then download the book.)

How do I read the book on my Kindle?

You can buy the book directly from Amazon.com. Amazon also makes it easy to read PDFs on your Kindle or Kindle app with the send-to-Kindle feature. Read more here.

How do I read the book on another device?

On most tablets, you should be able to download the PDF file directly to your device by clicking on the link in your confirmation email from your tablet. For e-readers and tablets that don't support file download, you can download the files on your computer and then transfer them to your device via USB cord.

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