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Homemade Anti-Mold Spray & Bathroom Cleaner | Recipes to Nourish

Homemade Anti-Mold Spray & Bathroom Cleaner + 10 Ways to Reduce Moisture in Your Home and Clean Your Indoor Air - Recipes to Nourish

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Make your own toilet bowl cleaner! 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/4 cup vinegar 1/4 cup liquid castile soap 1 cup hot water

Au Naturel: Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner

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Save money by making your own really cool items from things you have around the house! Top 50 doTerra DIY Recipes

Top 50 DoTerra DIY Recipes {Do-It-Yourself} - Sarah Titus

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*24 ounces of water *1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide *1/2 cup rubbing alcohol *2 tsp dishwashing liquid (original recipe calls for Dawn. I use whatever I have on hand) *2 tsp automatic dishwasher rinse

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good idea rather than trying to do everything all at once!

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Fellow Pinner said: "My husband owned his own A/C business for a long time....he said everything on here is the PROPER way to do this.....do it yourself, will make unit not work so hard and you save $ by not paying the A/C company!" Our electric bill rose to $430 two years ago and a simple A/C cleaning lowered it to $150. Totally re-pinning this.

Clean Your Air Conditioner Condenser Unit

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Gardens: Totally Organic Experiences - Hot Backyard Design Ideas to Try Now on HGTV

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whiter whites 2

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Mash-Up Chic: Way to go E-V-O-O!

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washing pillows

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Homemade shaving cream!

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How to clean and descale your Keurig! Quick AND easy!!

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armpit stains or any other stains on clothes- Mix one part Dawn dishwashing liquid (the plain old blue kind, in the big bottle that usually sits on your sink), with two parts hydrogen peroxide (available at any drug store), pour it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC. If it's a big stain, you can mix the same equation and add it to a bucket of hot water and just dunk the entire garment in

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Dip the tip of an empty Swiffer Wetjet solution bottle into boiling water for about 10 seconds and the lid twists off (use a towel). Refill with your preferred cleaning solution at appropriate dilution! and re-cap. Genius. No need to pay for more fluid... way overpriced. lol

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