The Best DIY Essential Oil Cleaning Recipes

The Best DIY doTERRA Essential Oil General Cleaning Recipes

Clean water spots and stains from your cloth car seats! Just add equal parts of club soda, white vinegar, and blue dawn dish soap. Mix into a spray bottle and generously spray on seats. Scrub with a scrub brush and then rub with a clean towel or rag! Simple, easy, and cheap!!!!!!

Clean water spots and stains from your cloth car seats! Just add equal parts of club soda, white vinegar, and blue dawn dish soap. Mix into a spray bottle and generously spray on seats. Scrub with a scrub brush and then rub with a clean towel or rag! Simple, easy, and cheap!!!!!!

Microfiber is an excellent fabric for furniture because it looks nice, is durable and totally comfy, but it can be a pain to clean.

How to clean microfiber furniture

Microfiber is an excellent fabric for furniture because it looks nice, is durable and totally comfy, but it can be a pain to clean.

Learn how to clean a microfiber couch and keep it looking new for years.  One solution is sure to surprise you! /

You'll Never Believe What Will Clean Your Microfiber Couch

Learn how to clean a microfiber couch and keep it looking new for years. One solution is sure to surprise you! /

How to clean microfiber couch-I hope this works because our couch is so frustrating because it is always dirty!

How to Care for a Microfiber Sofa

How to clean microfiber couch-I hope this works because our couch is so frustrating because it is always dirty!

How to clean microfiber with professional results

How to clean microfiber with professional results

How to clean microfiber with professional results- used on my orange stools and it worked great but decided to break it up into two clean sessions instead of one to be able to determine remaining stains.

DIY Drain-O:  1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

DIY Drain-O: 1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

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