Cleaners


Cleaners

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Mold removal spray ~ 50% white vinegar, 50% distilled water & 1 tsp tea tree essential oil for every cup made. Spray on & leave. (She used 80/20 mix)

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Best Laundry Detergent Recipe « $20 = a year of laundry! My clothes have never smelled so fresh! Anyone can make this-- it's super easy!

Best Laundry Detergent Recipe - Serendipity and Spice

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Soaked my shower for 2 hours and it looks new. How to clean your shower! Vinegar, Dawn and baking soda and it really, really works!

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Dr. Oz Homemde Teeth Whitener -trying this for this weeks project

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Homemade Dishwasher Detergent - claims to not leave a filmy residue.

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I started doing this and will never stop! My tub & shower are always spotless-so simple. Simple shower and tub cleaner: fill wand half and half. Wet surface and scrub. wow! leave in shower & wash while you are already in there

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DIY clean your tub12 ounces white vinegar 12 ounces liquid, blue dawn detergent

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1 c water, 1 c vinegar, 1c alcohol, 2-3 drops dishwashing soap

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Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Combine citrus/vinegar solution half/half with water and use for cleaning. Works on floors, tile, fixtures, etc. Smells good and is tough on scum! Best of all there are no chemicals.

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Pinner said: I just tried this - I will NEVER buy Comet, Soft Scrub, etc again. Used in the tub - sprayed on, left for about 1/2 hr - wiped down like nothing there. it is sparkling!

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Cleaning Blinds: mix equal parts vinegar and warm water in a bowl. Slip an old sock on your hand and wash away.

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  • Jeanne Gustafson
    Jeanne Gustafson

    We've done this and it works quite well.

Home made stain remover: 2/3 c amonia, 6 T baking soda, 2 c warm water. Put in spray bottle, shake it up, and apply to stains before laundering.

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