The Best Time-Saving Ideas
Simplify your life with these speedy tips and shortcuts for cleaning, cooking, exercising, and more.
Real Simple's best ways to save time—chosen by readers.
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Repurposing ideas that save you both time and money.
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Better, faster, and easier ways to get from point A to point B.
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No time to exercise? Here are five fast routines you can do at home or on the road.
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A little effort goes a long way toward keeping your gear and gadgets at peak performance.
- Dust the outsides. Use a soft electrostatic dust-mop cloth lightly moistened with dishwashing liquid and water, making sure to wipe all buttons and knobs. Do not use any abrasives or solvents, such as rubbing alcohol, since they can damage the metal finish.
- “Clean” the insides. Insert a videotape-head cleaner or a DVD-lens cleaner and press Play.
- Spray the vents of the machines. Use a can of compressed air (available at electronic and office-supply stores) to remove dust, holding the canister a few inches away from the machine at about a 45-degree angle. This angle blows out the greatest amount of dust.
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