Homeowners have been using crosswords for centuries.
They have also been asking for help with the puzzle.
And now, for the first time, a woman is making her own home-created puzzle for a friend.
Diana J. Brown, of Pahrump, Nevada, told The Times that she came up with the idea of using a wood wash hamper for the puzzle after seeing a friend using the same product for a crosswords puzzle.
Brown said she wanted to make a puzzle for her friend so she could share the idea with her family.
“I have a lot of family that use a lot [of] products for their puzzles, so I wanted to share with them my recipe,” she said.
The home-brewed solution is called The Wood Stain Hamper Crossword, a product from the company J.D. Brown Enterprises, and the product description says that the solution has a very thick consistency.
The solution also comes in a clear, plastic tub with a large hole.
The solution will last for at least eight hours, depending on how thick the solution is.
Brown uses the product in her kitchen, but she said it is also useful for the house.
“I like to have a little bit of water in my home, so it helps me keep my house clean,” she told the newspaper.
The product can be purchased at The WoodStain Hamper.com.