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Mop hardwood floors with 1 gal. hot water. 1/2 cup vinegar, 2 Tablespoons baking soda, and a few drops of dish soap. Shiny floors, house smells grand. I also mopped my dingy linoleum tile floors in my kitchen this was better than any floor cleaner I have ever bought off the shelf!

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home made detergent

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  • Leslie County
    Leslie County

    Will this work in an HE machine?

  • 'Dawn Doner
    'Dawn Doner

    Leslie, yes I think so since it makes no suds!

  • Paula Morgan
    Paula Morgan

    I love this recipe! I surely won't be buying detergent anymore.

  • Angie Robinson
    Angie Robinson

    Do NOT add Oxiclean to your mixture in containers!! It will build up pressure and blow up lol. Speaking from experiance.

  • Jeannie Yow Henrichs
    Jeannie Yow Henrichs

    I do not store it in milk cartons- it leaks use old Clorox bottles- label well

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diy febreeze

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home made laundry detergent

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  • Deb Florine
    Deb Florine

    I made this and it works great!!!

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home-made detergent

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  • Fernanda Landeros
    Fernanda Landeros

    how did you make it?

Martha Stewart's Tub Scrub--works better than any other cleaning product to get off hard water and soap residue

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diy eco friendly cleaner from your pantry!

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Take your favorite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be good for at least 40 loads of laundry, stretching out softener use and lessening waste. In other words, save money.

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window & stainless steel cleaner

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Natural Cleaner Idea... Orange peels, vinegar in a quart jar, let sit for 10 days or so...strain out the liquid and use as an all-purpose cleaner. Easy, cheap, natural, smells good!

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