Keep this in mind if you start seeing lots of spiders around your place.   Natural spider killer or preventer... take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put it into a spray bottle and spray along the outside of your outside door and along windows;

Natural Spider Killer

Keep this in mind if you start seeing lots of spiders around your place. Natural spider killer or preventer... take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put it into a spray bottle and spray along the outside of your outside door and along windows;

Takes the dead skin right off. All you need is shaving cream and Listerine. Great to know for flip-flop season, awesome for cracked heels in winter... hmmmmm

Takes the dead skin right off. All you need is shaving cream and Listerine. Great to know for flip-flop season, awesome for cracked heels in winter... hmmmmm

pressure points for headaches...good to know them all @Linda

How to Find Pressure Points to Cure Headaches

Ant Poison - I wish I had learned about this years ago! It's cheap, easy, fast and it WORKS!

Poison Ants DIY

Ant Poison - I wish I had learned about this years ago! It's cheap, easy, fast and it WORKS!

How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item.

How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item.

How to Google like a boss--Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips.

How to Google like a boss--Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips.

wood ashe uses 1. De-skunk pets. 3. Enrich compost 4. Block garden pests. 5. Melt ice. 6. Control pond algae. 7. Pump up tomatoes. loving plants, 8. Clean glass fireplace doors. A damp sponge dipped in the dust scrubs away sooty residue. 9. Make soap. Soaking ashes in water makes lye, which can be mixed with animal fat and then boiled to produce soap. Salt makes it harden as it cools. 10. Shine silver. A paste of ash and water makes a dandy nontoxic metal polisher.

wood ashe uses 1. De-skunk pets. 3. Enrich compost 4. Block garden pests. 5. Melt ice. 6. Control pond algae. 7. Pump up tomatoes. loving plants, 8. Clean glass fireplace doors. A damp sponge dipped in the dust scrubs away sooty residue. 9. Make soap. Soaking ashes in water makes lye, which can be mixed with animal fat and then boiled to produce soap. Salt makes it harden as it cools. 10. Shine silver. A paste of ash and water makes a dandy nontoxic metal polisher.

wood ashe uses 1. De-skunk pets. 3. Enrich compost 4. Block garden pests. 5. Melt ice. 6. Control pond algae. 7. Pump up tomatoes. loving plants, 8. Clean glass fireplace doors. A damp sponge dipped in the dust scrubs away sooty residue. 9. Make soap. Soaking ashes in water makes lye, which can be mixed with animal fat and then boiled to produce soap. Salt makes it harden as it cools. 10. Shine silver. A paste of ash and water makes a dandy nontoxic metal polisher.

wood ashe uses 1. De-skunk pets. 3. Enrich compost 4. Block garden pests. 5. Melt ice. 6. Control pond algae. 7. Pump up tomatoes. loving plants, 8. Clean glass fireplace doors. A damp sponge dipped in the dust scrubs away sooty residue. 9. Make soap. Soaking ashes in water makes lye, which can be mixed with animal fat and then boiled to produce soap. Salt makes it harden as it cools. 10. Shine silver. A paste of ash and water makes a dandy nontoxic metal polisher.

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