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DIY Laundry soap & a full review after using it for one year. A must pin for saving lots of money!!!

DIY Laundry Soap & One Year Review

How to repaint chipped, flaking or dirty moldings so they look like new; the secrets of a professional-looking job.

Fabric Softener

How to Make Fabric Softener - DIY & Crafts - Handimania

Homemade Dishwasher Tabs - Make Your Own Dishwasher Tablets or Dish Tabs - Super Simple Recipe

Homemade Dishwasher Tabs - Mom 4 Real

Purchase a one quart glass bottle of white vinegar, add 25 drops of Lavender essential oil + 1 teaspoon rubbing alcohol (for emulsion).  You now have a quart of naturally softening fabric softener!  Good for your skin, good for your appliance and good for the planet!

Camp Wander: Top 3 DIY Lavender Laundry Essentials!

How to drill into tile. Safe Tips for drilling into tile

How To Drill Into Tile

The Most Convenient Way to Fill Your Rain Barrel

The Most Convenient Way to Fill Your Rain Barrel

How to Grow flower Bulbs in water...mine are about 10 inches tall and blooming spring time eventhough it is raining outside.

Alternative Gardning: How to Grow flower Bulbs in water

Almost free garage heat – just drink a lot of soda. 45 cans of soda on the drill, 45 cans of soda...

Another way kids could get involved with the garden: help make these hanging tomato planters (Gardening with kids is both active and a great way to get more personal connection to foods)

Professional carpenters, plumbers, painters and electricians tell you which products are their favorites for fixing small problems around the house.

Appliance Art - as seen on Shark Tank & HGTV. Make any Fridge a Stainless fridge in no time for $55

This website is seriously the COOLEST site for homeowners! Just type in what you want to do/fix around your home and the website tells you how to do it!

Limited on space? Grow your watermelon's vertically!

* Maria's Self *: DIY Toilet Bombs - Deodorize & Kill Bacteria! Just Drop Them in the Bowl;-)))

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