Homemade cleaning supplies
Homemade cleaning supplies
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Machine wash pillows. Thanks to my sister in law I now think about these things :)
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Machine wash pillows:: I recommend 4 times a year, what with cold season and all, unless you have pillow covers for allergies and such #clean #organize #pillows
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Another Pinner said: I just tried this - I will NEVER buy Comet, Soft Scrub, etc a gain. Used in the tub - sprayed on, left for about 1/2 hr - wiped down like nothing there. it is sparkling!
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squeaky clean shower cleaner: 1 cup White vinegar heated up (microwave 1-2 min) with equal amount blue Dawn, gently shake and spray on and wait and then wipe away the soap scum.
OK, this works! My shower has never been this squeaky clean. 1 cup White vinegar heated up (microwave 1-2 min) with equal amount blue Dawn, gently shake and spray on and wait and then wipe away the soap scum. Thank you Pinterest! It does work, my shower door is now see through! Brenda
Life Crafts & Whatever: Dawn + Vinegar = Soap Scum KILLA Equal parts blue Dawn and white vinegar
Shower cleaner. Super Soap Scum Remover!!!! Heat 1/2 c. White Vinegar then add 1/2 c. (blue) Dawn then mix in a spray bottle. Spray on, let sit then wipe clean.
Removes soap scum= Equal parts white vinegar and blue dawn (vinegar needs to be heated)- sprayed on, left for about 1/2 hr - wiped down like nothing there. It is sparkling!
Very simple homemade lye soap, great beginner soap........ 3 lbs. Shortening (1 can) 6 oz. lye 12 oz. water Melt shortening in a deep large glass microwave safe bowl. Place cold water in a glass bowl or large jar and slowly add lye while stirring with a wooden. Stir until water is clear. Always add lye to water, not water to lye. When the shortening and lye are warm to the touch, (shortening cools much faster than lye, so mix lye water first) pour lye into shortening while stirring. Keep stirring until you get trace. I use a stick blender. Much faster and easier. Trace is when it thickens and leaves a trail. At this point add any herbs, scent, or coloring you like and stir and pour into cans or molds. This recipe fits great in three pringles cans or several soap molds. Put cans in a warm dry place and cover with towels to insulate, let set 24 hours and then cut. Place on to rack and let cure for 2-3 weeks. Mine only took about a week to cure, very hard and nice lather.