homemade laundry soap

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homemade cleaner

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Instead of using extra laundry detergent to pre-treat, instead we turn to our old school friend — white chalk. Simply rub onto greasy stains and the chalk powder will absorb the grease, making the stain easily removable by the laundry soap in the wash.

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This long-forgotten gem of a cleaning agent may be used with a little water or vinegar to lift even the most stubborn stains. Unattractive grout driving you batty? Mold and mildew stains got you reaching for the Prozac? Burner pans and casserole dishes giving you fits? Cream of Tartar is your new best friend.

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"Each member of the family has a mesh lingerie laundry bag, and a hook. They put their dirty socks in the bag each night. Then when it's full, you wash the whole mesh zipped up bag, and give it back! No more sorting through and figuring out which socks are for which person!" -- MUST TRY THIS!!!

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DIY wrinkle release spray

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Place a dishwasher-safe cup filled with plain white vinegar on the top rack of the dishwasher. Using the hottest water available, run the dishwasher through a cycle. The vinegar will help to wash away the loose, greasy grime, sanitizes, and helps remove the musty odor. Next, sprinkle a cupful of baking soda around the bottom of the tub and run it through a short cycle. The baking soda will help freshen and removing stains.

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Get your dingy white laundry bright again!

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How to clean your dryer vent, which you should do every year to prevent fires!

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How to dry shoes in a dryer w/out noise or damage. So freaking smart.

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Homemade Oxyclean

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Homemade laundry detergent

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DIY: Homemade Febreeze

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How to Make Your Own Dishwasher Detergent

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101 hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. pretty amazing website

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So simple. Saran Wrap Press & Seal on fridge shelves. Replace when dirty.

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So simple. Saran Wrap Press & Seal on fridge shelves. Replace when dirty.

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Homemade shout stain remover.. im always up for all natural homemade cleaning products baking soda is my bestfriend these days

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Use baking soda and vinegar to fix funky towels. Over time, and with many washes, your bath towels will build up detergent and fabric softener residue, leaving them both unable to absorb as much water and smelling kinda funky when they do. Rather than give Target another lump sum, run them through the wash once with hot water and a cup of vinegar, then again with hot water and a half-cup of baking soda, as wikiHow suggests. That strips the residue from them, leaves them smelling fairly fresh...

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dryer sheets to clean baseboards--not only cleans up, coats them to repel hair and dust Awesome!

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Air fresheners

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Floor Cleaner

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excellent. With potty training right around the corner I am prepared now.

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How to Remove Mildew Smell from Towels~wish I would've read this before I threw most of my towels away =(

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