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Want to make your own cleaning products out of stuff you already have at home? This list is fabulous and easy to follow!
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Are Your Cleaning Products Really "Clean?" - Recipes to Help You Clean

Want to make your own cleaning products out of stuff you already have at home? This list is fabulous and easy to follow!

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How to Refinish Furniture

How to refinish furniture without stripping, also tips for fixing missing bits of veneer, white rings, dents, and paint splatters

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Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk

Chalk will remove grease stains from clothes. Simply rub the stain with chalk, then toss in the wash as normal.

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"Use cornstarch to remove cooking grease from a wall--just pour some on a rag and wipe spot until it is gone!" Gotta remember this.

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awesome idea for the laundry room! Love this! Laundry room flat drying racks made with PVC pipe, netting and drawer guides.

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How to Remove Paint From Hardware

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Inexpensive and Effective Homemade Leather Cleaner Recipe

Inexpensive and Effective Homemade Leather Cleaner Recipe - 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup vinegar, spray bottle.

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Get whites white again. Just pour this mixture over even old sweat stains. Put 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 cup baking soda, and 1 cup water in a bowl.

Getting Dingy White Clothes White Again - Coupon Crazy Girl

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A Typical English Home: Infographic: Laundry Stain Removal Guide

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Floor Grease Cutter Cleaner Recipe

Leaves floor spotless. Heavy duty floor cleaner recipe: ¼ cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap ¼ cup baking soda 2 gallons tap water, very warm. (not sure about that much soap)

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