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diy scrubbing cleanser, cleaning tips, The three ingredients needed to make your own scrubbing cleanser

Homemade green, non-toxic multipurpose cleaner to use all around the house! From liverenewed.com

Green Clean: Homemde Multipurpose Cleaner

Green Clean: Homemde Multipurpose Cleaner Fill spray bottle with water, add 2 tbsp Castile soap and drops tea tree oil.

Do-It-Yourself: Homemade Shower Cleaner. I'm trying this tonight!

Do-It-Yourself: Homemade Shower Cleaner

Pour white vinegar into a plastic spray bottle. Heat it up in microwave until very warm. (no need to reheat each time). Pour same amount of Dawn into spray bottle. Put top on spray bottle & gently shake until mixed.

Overwhelmed by piles of cleaning products? With just a few eco-friendly and effective products, you can clean your and save money!

simplify with three products to clean your whole house ~ citrus-based cleaner concentrate, all-purpose cleaner, abrasive cleanser

31 uses for baking soda

31 Surprising Baking Soda Uses. I use baking soda for many things.Cleaning, deacidifying my body.I buy it in bulk.

A pinner said: I'm moving out of my apartment and just cleaned my entire place with nothing but a gallon of white vinegar, a small box of baking soda, a little dish detergent, and water. It worked better than any other commercial cleaner, and it worked for EVERYTHING. I'm never cleaning with anything else again- though in the future I'll use scented vinegar

Clean Naturally with Heinz Cleaning Vinegar - Cupcakes & Crinoline

Moving & cleaned entire place with only gallon of white vinegar, a small box of baking soda, little dish detergent, & water.Worked better & cleaned for commercial cleaners.

DYI - Remove oil stains from clothes with baby powder.  Put powder on the oil stain, let it sit for about 30 minutes, wipe off with a paper towel.  Great for the office "emergency box"!

DYI - Remove oil stains from clothes with baby powder. Put powder on the oil stain, let it sit for about 30 minutes, wipe off with a paper towel. Great for the office "emergency box"! I used corn starch on rayon top.

Fake Windex: 1 Empty Windex-sized Spray Bottle  1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia  1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol  1 Drop Laundry Detergent  Water - To Fill The Bottle

Fake-It Frugal: Fake Windex: 1 Empty Windex Spray Bottle Cup White Ammonia Cup Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol 1 Drop Laundry Detergent Water - To Fill The Bottle

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products...don't mix castile and vinegar

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products (.really versatile stuff, just what I was looking for!)How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products (.really versatile stuff, just what I was looking for!

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