Best Money Tips: 8 Cleaning Tips for Crusty Stove Tops

by Linsey Knerl on 26 July 2010 2 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we're giving you all you need to tackle that nasty stove top, some tips for picking a credit counselor, and a chance to reminisce about the joys of Pudding Pops!

Top 5 Articles

8 Cleaning Tips for Crusty Stove Tops — Ewww…We’ll let you get started on your nasty cooking surfaces, after a few tips from this article! Tip Nut

How NOT To Buy Gift Cards on Ebay — Paying $569 for a $500 gift card is ridiculous. Find out how you can profit from the method behind the madness here. Mighty Bargain Hunter

Homemade Dry Laundry Detergent — We’ve seen quite a few posts on making homemade liquid laundry detergent, but if you have small children in the home, the idea of having large containers of liquid setting around may not be appealing. Learn about this method of making a dry version! Eliminate the Muda

Home Loan Documentation Checklist — It’s best to bring everything you need before you meet with a mortgage company for the first time. This quick list tells you what you’ll have to gather, as well as what you will likely be asked to sign. Money Smart Life

Which Discontinued Foods Do You Miss Most? I can distinctly remember how happy Pudding Pops made me as a kid (and I would give anything to try them again). What long-gone treats to you wish would make a comeback? Confections of a Dangerous Mind via The Consumerist

Other Essential Reading

9 Job-Hunting Tips for Facebook Users — There’s more to the social media platform than playing Farmville all day (seriously). Try using it to find a job! Moolanomy

How to Pick a Credit Counselor — If you’ve found yourself in need of a credit counselor, it’s a decision that can’t be made lightly. Picking one is equally important, and these tips can help you make the right choice! Bible Money Matters

What to Expect (from your insurance) When You’re Expecting — There’s plenty of steps you can take before the baby is born to be sure you’re fully covered. Have you done all you can to be sure you have no surprises on your medical bill? Health Harbor

How to Find Unclaimed Money (and unclaimed property) — Things haven’t changed too much since we first covered this topic. Since people often forget about it, you may want to revisit it, however. (And don’t EVER pay to have your property found.) Get Rich Slowly

90’s Stars with Money Problems — The point of this article isn’t to sensationalize the lives of stars — we’ll leave that to someone else. But there is a good lesson to be learned here: more money can mean more problems. Forbes

How Twist Ties Saved Me Thousands of Dollars in Repairs — The mighty twist tie can save you thousands of dollars.  Julie tells us how a MacGyver moment taught her the value of self-reliance, and that there is hardly a household problem that twist ties can’t solve. Julie Rains

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Ben

Hey Linsey, thanks for pointing out our home loan documents checklist!

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Pete

thanks for the link love!