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Cleaning stove burners and pans! No scrubbing! One of the best tips I've ever found on Pinterest!

Keep your house clean (yes, deep cleaned, even!) with one chore per day, includes a printable list. This is so doable and covers everything!

Keep your house clean with 1 chore per day - Fun Cheap or Free

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Peroxide gets rid of mold and mildew that appears in the grout of your tub/shower--and some other homemade cleaning tips!

The only SPOT REMOVER you may ever need ~ Mix one part Dawn dish washing liquid with two parts hydrogen peroxide; pour or spray it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC....will need to try this out

Style Secret: The Only Spot Remover You'll Ever Need

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  • Sarah Vickers

    Seriously. Best ever. I never comment on anything on here...but I followed these instructions on a carpet stain. My lovely two year old decided my blue nail polish would look nice on my white carpet. a HUGE stain..right in the middle of my living room. This has been about a month ago and Ive tried everything and finally gave up and bought a rug. well I read this and figured why not... repeated the instructions about three times and the carpet is a little tinted still..but not navy blue and crunchy!!! AMAZING.

  • Barbara Walentowski

    I am going to try this one today

43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

43 Chores Young Children Can Do | Parenting Squad

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Pinner said: "The ONLY stain remover that actually worked on a seriously set in stain! I am never buying oxyclean again."

Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains! - One Good Thing by Jillee

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How to naturally clean a house after illness strikes: vinegar (straight is great, or use about 5:1 ratio with water for daily cleaning) hydrogen peroxide (50/50 with water in an opaque spray bottle) boiling water rubbing alcohol

Keep Out the Ants To avoid a household of unwanted guests who come looking for food and water, make a nontoxic, homemade repellent. Pour equal amounts of water and white vinegar into a spray bottle, and shake to mix. Then spritz the solution in water-resistant areas where ants are common, such as kitchen floors or the crevices in painted baseboards from which the pests often enter. You can also use the repellent outside, spraying patios, porches, and picnic tables before family and friends gather.

This has to be the most complete & amazing cleaning tips site! It's like a cleaning Bible!

Surprising Cleaning New Uses - Real Simple

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How To Clean and Season Old, Rusty Cast Iron Skillets...using salt and a potatoe. See also commenter about putting a rusty skillet in the fire.