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DIY Frugal Tub Scrub.. 1/2 tsp Dawn Dish Detergent 1/2 cup of Baking soda scrubby sponge Add Just enough water to the baking soda and detergent to form a paste. Scrub your tub then rinse.Voila- sparkling clean! This is extremely frugal and worked FANTASTIC, with very, very little elbow grease (the baking soda practically does it for you).

DIY Frugal Tub Scrub

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Degreaser

My Favorite 'Homemade' Cleaners

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Ever wondered what to do with tees that were stained, had holes, and generally weren't good enough to donate? This tutorial teaches you how to turn old t-shirts into dust rags, and includes the secret to getting crisp edges every time!

How to Turn Old T-shirts into Dust Rags | Uses for T-shirts

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Awesome Cleaning Slime am 1 tablespoons of white (Elmers) glue. Add about 1 spoon full of water. Mix. Then in another cup put 2 tablespoons of borax and 2 tablespoons of water. Pour the glue solution and the borax solution together and you get slime. Add some food color to the glue first if you want a cool color.

Awesome Cleaning Slime | DIY Cozy Home

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Cleaning drip pans without chemicals. try it. fill sink 1/2 with hot water and 3 cups of vinegar, plus some dishsoap. soak for 20 minutes, add baking soda, wait for fizzing to stop, then scrub.

You will surprised to see all the makeup that is left in the water. How to properly clean your makeup brushes. (a tablespoon of white vinegar in a cup of hot water, and a 20 minute soak, followed by a hot, then cold rinse and pat dry will do it. Disinfects, dissolves grease/makeup, leaves no film, and inexpensive.)

ONLY use this and it leaves floor spotless. (Heavy duty floor cleaner recipe: ¼ cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap ¼ cup baking soda 2 gallons tap water, very warm.) It leaves everything smelling amazing.

remember....Borax ant bait. Borax is the most common ingredient in house ant control products, and get this: it's absolutely 100% natural. The best way (in my opinion) to use Borax is to mix 1 cup of warm water with 1/2 cup of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Then soak the Borax mixture up with cotton balls and place those cotton balls near any trails the ants have established in your home. Feeding frenzy... tomorrow they'll be gone. I knew there had to be a way to do this naturally!