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Original Blue Dawn . . . It’s Not Just for Dishes Anymore

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Lisa Martone-Gomez • 1 year ago

sidewalk/steps de-icer 1 tsp blue Dawn dishwashing liquid, 1 tbsp rubbing alcohol and 1/2 gallon hot/warm water. Pour over walkways and they won't refreeze.

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How to Melt Sidewalk Ice : Don’t spend money on store bought de-icers, use this frugal tip instead: Sprinkle baking soda onto your porch/sidewalk/steps and the ice will melt away! Using this method is also safer for wood and concrete as opposed to store bought methods

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The Only Spot Remover You'll Ever Need. Mix 1 part Dawn dishwashing liquid with 2 parts hydrogen peroxide. Pour directly on stain, & watch it disappear!. For a large stain, mix same equation & add to bucket of hot water & submerge entire garment. Variation: 1 tsp. Dawn, 3-4 Tbsp. hydrogen peroxide, & a couple Tbsp. baking soda. Scrub.

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