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Don't throw away your old cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them with NO scrubbing! How cool is that? This stuff can clean almost anything!

Hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. I think every Pinterest trick is listed here!

Surprising Cleaning New Uses - Real Simple

How to clean that oily, sticky residue off of appliances. I wish i knew this a long time ago

Tip #16: Toast to This! - A Real-Life Housewife

Homemade windex, pledge, febreeze, bathroom cleaner

Amazing Grays: Clean and Green

Tub & Shower Magic (Dawn & White Vinegar.) Oh my gosh I made this stuff and it's fantastic! You should see my sinks, showers and faucets They look brand new! Must try.

Tub and Shower Magic

Homemade grout cleaner: 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar.

A Mum 'n the Oven

Homemade grout cleaner: 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar.

A Mum 'n the Oven

1 c water, 1 c vinegar, 1c alcohol, 2-3 drops dishwashing soap ~~ for shiny wood floors PLUS stainless steel appliances!

All-Natural Homemade Floor Cleaner - Nature's Nurture

Soak orange peels in vinegar for two weeks in a sealed mason jar then pour the vinegar into a spray bottle. Use as a non-toxic and yummy smelling "green" cleaner. I love using vinegar to clean with but have always wondered how to make it smell better - can't wait to do this!

Make your own cleaning products Liquid Castile Soap & other cleaning substances Liquid Castile soap is considered by many the liquid gold of cleaning products because it is the base for so many other low-chemical products, from shampoo to laundry and dish detergent.  It is totally purchasable online or at an organics store if you have one near you.  I didn't want to pay for shipping and I don't mind making it, so here it is.   LIQUID CASTILE SOAP 1 c. Shaved Soap 4 c. Water 2 tbs...

Salt Scrub Here's the best way to clean cast iron: Scrub it with coarse salt and a soft sponge. The salt, a natural abrasive, absorbs oil and lifts away bits of food while preserving the pan's seasoning. Rinse away salt and wipe dry. {Wonder if this would work in with my Dutch Oven?}

Heat a bowl of water and vinegar for 5 minutes in the microwave. The steam will get rid of stains and then you simply wipe it off.