How To Deep Green Clean Your Carpets-This really works, even on old stubborn stains. Just test first as this can also take the color out of dark carpets if left on too long. My go to stain remover for any carpet!
"Orange Vinegar for Cleaning by BrenDid.com http://brendid.com/orange-vinegar-for-cleaning/". I've done this with both Cutie and lemon peels, but fermented in the fridge; under the sink makes more sense. Citrus oil amps up cleaning power!
Harnessing the power of fresh citrus but significantly better for long term storage, this DIY non-toxic kitchen cleanser will have you dancing a jig when you're done cleaning because it just smells so good!
For any of you looking to make your Revereware (dented by a lunatic or not, Holly!) shine like brand new, I discovered this of necessity today. Martha Stewart suggested lemon and salt, which seemed a waste of a perfectly lovely lemon. Thus, I sprinkled salt and buffed out muck with a vinegar-soaked paper towel. Copper loveliness ensued. <3
Today, I processed a stale ciabatta baguette into bread crumbs. I boiled a turkey carcass for some of the best turkey noodle soup imaginable. Then I boiled off turkey drippings to create some more of the best gravy on the planet. And in between all that, I used leftovers to whip up some breakfast burritos. Am so thankful for who God created me to be, for a site like Pinterest that has inspired and helped organize me, and for my Nana, who gifted me with her hospitality. <3