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dawn dishwashing soap

all natural homemade floor cleaner

*Oven cleaner: 5 T baking soda, 4 T vinegar, 3 drops of Dawn and mix into a paste. Coat the oven, let sit for 15 min and scrub clean.

save money on dish soap - how to make foaming dish soap with dawn, water, and an empty foam soam dispenser! more soap does not mean cleaner dishes!

Scratch off--2 parts silver metallic paint & 1 part dawn dish soap

Blue Dawn dish soap + hydrogen peroxide are all it takes to get rid of even the toughest carpet stains (that black stuff on the left photo is ACRYLIC PAINT)! I am so trying this!

Saving this idea for the Cold Days ahead! Hate scraping off ice! Ice Proofing the Car Windows with 2/3 Vinegar 1/3 water! Just spray on windows and ice will melt away! Will have to try...

flea proof with Dawn dish soap !

Home Remedy for Skunk Neutralizer. Use Dawn dish soap as it removes the oil in the skunk goo.

Homemade Glass Cleaner: 1 cup Water, 1/4 cup White Vinegar, 2 to 3 drops Dawn Dish Soap, Empty Spray Bottle. Combine water, white vinegar, and dawn dish soap in an empty spray bottle.

DISH WASHER SOAP 1 teaspoon oxygen bleach) 1/2 teaspoon Dawn dish soap 1/2 cup white vinegar (poured into a bowl or cup on the top rack of the machine)

Soap scum dissolver Heat up 1 cup vinegar in the microwave. Mix vinegar with 1 cup blue dawn dish detergent in a spray bottle and spray it on the scummy shower. Wait a minute and wipe it off!

Magic Carpet Cleaner 1Tbsp White Vinegar 1Tbsp Dawn Dish Soap 2 Cups Warm Water

Hand Scrub | mix sugar and Dawn dish soap (the pink kind with with Olay Beauty Hand Renewal

1/2 cup heated white vinegar 1/2 cup dawn dish soap

Stain Remover That Actually Works: 1 part Dawn Dish soap 2 parts hydrogen peroxide 1/2 part baking soda

has anyone tried this? I thought Dawn dish soap wasn't good for the dish washer... may even try baking soda instead of powdered bleach

blue dawn dish liquid as flea soap, scum remover, window washer, etc. etc.mixtures & proportions on post