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If you have an old bristle broom that you are about to retire, put it to good use as a boot and shoe cleaner by your front or back door. Cut the handle about halfway and bury the remaining handle in the ground.

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Leave the bristles pointing up in the air for people to wipe their feet on.

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By SANTA-SISTER (Guest Post)
September 18, 20050 found this helpful

GREAT IDEA, DID YOU THINK OF THIS?! Simple but useful. Do you consider yourself a practical minded person. Im impressed.

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September 19, 20050 found this helpful

that's an especially nice idea considering how handy it will be when there is snow - keep one in your vehicle too - to dust off so as it melts off - it's a little less likely to soak thru shoes or coats -- also keep a couple towels in the back seat to dry off a bit & i have even kept a cpl pairs of dry socks under the seat for when we get that soaked - to help keep us from getting sick-- it will definately be "getting sick" weather soon - i would like to see what everyone does as preventive measures taken to try to stay well thru icky weather

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