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Thanks, Glenda, I used your trick

Posted by sheilajoyce (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 1:48

Glenda, Dh and I were out for dinner last night, and our water tumblers were so wet that they were picking up the cocktail napkin too when I lifted my glass. I tried your friends' trick of salting the napkin even though it was already wet, and it worked like a charm. Thanks for sharing!


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RE: Thanks, Glenda, I used your trick

What a cool idea! I will have to remember that one.


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Plus it doesn't take a lot of salt!


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I also used this. I group of us went out for lunch and everyone's napkins were sticking to their glasses but mine!....so of course, I had to share your secret....then they all got new napkins to try it....and were amazed. Thanks for the tip.


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When I found out about the salt, I lunched with a group who were passing the salt.

Amazed, that just a sprinkling does the trick!


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And as I noted above, it even works when your napkin is soaking wet already.


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Glenda, I haven't tried the salt tip, yet, but I thought of it - too late - when I was making hummingbird nectar the other day.

I had a gallon of boiled water in a large pot. I set it over on the counter to add the four cups of sugar. The counter was damp and the pot would not slide.

I thought to myself "I should have sprinkled some Glenda Dust on the counter first!"

I will do so next time.


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