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How To Clean Up Broken Glass With White Bread

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Sliced bread
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If your post-party cleanup involves collecting the shattered reins of Champagne glasses -- or if you've merely dropped a glass on the floor -- try this crafty tip. Dampen a piece of white bread, and dab it on the glass fragments. It's much more effective than using a broom.

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