LUCKY INCENSE AS A FENG SHUI DECORATION FOR YOUR HOME…

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I was sent this beautiful ‘Lucky Cow Waterfall Backflow Cone Incense Burner Incense Decoration‘ for my home from ‘Lucky Incense‘, to write a review on it.

The backflow incense burner is made of ceramic material and measures 13.6 x 11cm and is 5.2cm high and costs £23.

The stone mills incense waterfall implies that every dog has his day and if you put it in your home it can help to make money and make your home full of popularity. It is conductive of bringing good luck to your home.

The smoke of the back flowing incense flows along the stone mill like you can see from the images, it flows down slowly looking like a pretty paining. Aside from the luck it may send you its just such a lovely peace to have around and looks amazing when lit.

It’s extremely ornamental and would look…

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A BEAUTIFUL HOME QUOTE…

A home is a place where laughter never ends, Love always grow, where you get immense happiness, where you always find caring people around you, where God always shower his blessings. Yes, a family makes a home, place where every object placed with love speaks how special it is! from Cool Digital Photography

MRS HINCH FANS SHARE 65p HACK FOR REMOVING TEA STAINS FROM CUPS…

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According to an article in The Express newspaper Mrs Hinch fans shared a 65p hack for removing tea stains from cups to give the perfect clean.

Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared how to remove tea stains from cups on social media. Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has garnered an impressive 4.1 million followers on Instagram over the years after sharing her cleaning tips. She became famous after sharing her tips on social media and TV.

Fans of hers have become so enamoured by her tips that they have since created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning hacks and tricks.

Some of the groups have thousands of followers with hundreds of posts being shared each day.

On one such group, a user asked what the “best” way is to remove tea stains from cups.

The post received over 1,000 answers from fellow cleaning…

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