Check out this great DIY Fruit & Vegetable Cleaning Wash that works great and for a fraction of the price of those you can buy in stores.
Check out this super easy to make DIY Stainless Steel Cleaner! #diy
I like to think I'd get around to trying this sometime. 8 natural DIY Shampoos I started making my own shampoo a couple months ago and what a difference it has made! Store bought shampoo (even organic ones) always made my hair dry. Since making my own, I haven't had that problem!
1. Leather: Nail polish remover~ Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. 2. Cloth or Canvas: Tooth paste and an old toothbrush~ Gently buffing out scuffs with a toothbrush and toothpaste. You can also substitute water and baking soda in for toothpaste. 3. Vinyl and suede shoes: Rubber eraser~ Just rub the end of your eraser against the scuffs to fade them
DIY Toilet Bombs~just drop them in the toilet bowl they start fizzing (= exploding;-) and not only do they smell amazing they also cleanse, deodorize and kill the bacteria (including the odor-causing ones!) And on top of that, these bombs became a part of bathroom decor - don't they just look beautiful?;-)
Blessing 'in a Bottle 12 oz. of White Vinegar 12 oz. of Dawn Dish soap 1 tsp. of Laundry Detergent also known as "kitchen Magic" This stuff will get through anything, make your sink and shower shine like new, and save you when just about nothing else works. The laundry detergent is optional-I add it simply to cover some of the vinegar smell!