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    How to make your own natural chemical-free air freshener for pennies a bottles and in just a few quick steps!

    DIY Natural Air Freshener - The Creek Line House

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    Tip! Drano takes off any kind of concrete stain! Just pour it on and literally in like 2 minutes it's bright white again! Whether it's that gross green mold, oil, that weathered black look..takes it all out.

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    Make Your Own Wrinkle Releaser. Click for the recipe. www.entirelyevent... #laundry #diy #tips

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    Dawn and Hydrogen Peroxide laundry stain removal. This gets stains out of anything. Put on, let sit, scrub a little and rinse. Perfect for wine stains.

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    DIY Clementine all natural cleaner.

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    DIY How To Get Rid Of Molds In Your House

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    How to Clean Oven Glass – it seriously is that easy

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    Thompson's fabric seal. Waterproof and UV protection

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    golden dots washi tape

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    The ONLY stain remover that actually worked on a seriously set in stain! Mix one part Dawn dish washing liquid with two parts hydrogen peroxide; pour or spray it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC....will need to try this out

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    How to get your dirty whites clean again... HOT HOT HOT water, 1 cap of laundry detergent, 1 cup powdered dish washer detergent, 1 cup bleach, 1/2 cup borax. you have to rewash it once to put softener in but it's the whitest you'll ever see your whites. If you omit the bleach it works great to get stains out of colors too (baby spit up is no longer a stain on OLD clothes)

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    Don't throw away your old cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them with NO scrubbing! How cool is that?

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    All the different ways to use Hydrogen Peroxide, these blew my mind!

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    Dryer sheets to clean baseboards. Not only cleans up, but also coats them to repel hair and dust. Makes your house smell like fresh laundry too! Do this with blinds too

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    Homemade carpet powder , also a reader wrote:According to a friend, if you add a cup of borax to this mixture it will kill any bugs that may be in your carpet! (fleas, etc!)Another said:I use nutmeg or clove ground with baking soda, and everyone can't find why my house smells so inviting and homey.

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    Tile Cleaner 7 cups warm water, 1/3 cup ammonia, 1/2 cup baking soda, and 1/4 cup vinegar

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    Stain remover yellowed shirt arm pits, grease, wine, etc. 1 part Dawn dishwashing liquid and 2 parts hydrogen peroxide. May add a bit of baking soda for scrubbing. Let it sit.

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    Homemade Cooking Spray...brilliant!

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    21 Things You Should Know About Using Essential Oils

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    25 Uses For Essential Oils

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    Homemade bug repellent? All natural? Yes and yes please

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    use ball of aluminum foil instead of dryer sheets (or pack foil around a tennis ball)

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    5 NEW USES FOR FABRIC SOFTENER DRYER SHEETS: By CHRIS BARNES | A box of fabric softener sheets can go far beyond the laundry room. Just one sheet (even if it's already used) is able to take the place of a bunch of cleaning products.

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    Soak old paintbrushes in hot vinegar for 30 minutes and good as new. Good to know. I need to do this!

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    how to get Kool-Aid and other colorful stains out of carpet. Ill be glad I pinned this later...

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