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DIY Bike Rack - 18 DIY Ideas You”ll Love garage organizing

18 DIY Ideas You''ll Love - Style Motivation

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a & o on the go: This Weekend

Store and organize board games in a hanging shoe organizer.

Woodworking plans for rolling shelf, but instead...strong coasters that can change direction (:

How to refresh you old towels. Clever tips for the home

Storage for ribbons, this would take up a lot less space

Gain Fireworks in wax burner! Makes your house smell like fresh laundry!do this all the time!

Homemade Streak Free Window Cleaner 1/2 bottle of “Jet Dry” (the bottle I bought was just under 7 ounces so I measured out 3.5 ounces) 4 Tablespoons Alcohol (I used rubbing alcohol….70% I believe) 1/4 Cup Ammonia 1 handful of powdered dish-washer soap (which depending on the size of your hand could probably vary quite a bit! lol. I used a “handful” which looked to me to be about 1/4 cup. Give or take.) 2 Gallons of Hot Water

Cut Up Shoe Holders and Attach to the Inside of Cabinets for Extra Organization. Not the most attractive solution, but it's out of plain view. And you can label them with a sharpie or stickers.

Clean Your Oven w/o Toxic Chemicals: 1c H2O, 1/3c White Vinegar, 1/2c Kosher Salt, 1/2c Baking Soda Directions: Mix water & vinegar & spray mixt on oven door and/or inside oven. Sprinkle thick layer of Sea Salt on top. Sprinkle thick layer of Baking Soda over salt. Spray vinegar/water mix over salt & baking soda to make paste. (you should begin to hear mix working. Let it sit. Use a scouring pad & scrub. After scrubbing, use razor to scrap off any leftover crud, while keeping mix very moist.

Holy Moly! Does this ever work! Homemade carpet cleaner.... dampen carpet, sprinkle baking soda and let sit 10 minute. Vacuum. Spray with cleaner (1 T. Dawn, 1 T vinegar, 2 C. water). Scrub and vacuum. AMAZING!

One of those gross things you really NEED to know as a parent- How to Clean Up Vomit...1. clean up excess off the affected area. 2. make a paste of BAKING SODA and Water; 3. Take a spatula or spoon and generously spread it onto the affected area. It is almost like frosting a cake, except way less appetizing; 3. Let it dry overnight or until it becomes a powdery consistency again; 4. Vacuum it up!; 5. Repeat if necessary. I wish I'd learned this a long, long time ago!

How to pack like a ninja: 8 days in a carry on bag. Need to remember this!

Hang a shower caddy on the opposite side of the shower with a coat hook so it doesn't interfere with the faucet- Duh!!!! And stuff doesnt get all mildewy and gross!