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Ice Proofing the Car Windows with 2/3 Vinegar 1/3 water! Just spray on windows and ice will melt away! Totally making a bottle of this for this winter! Awesome!!!!

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Homemade Febreze: What you'll need: 1/8 Cup of fabric softener (I used Downy April Fresh) 2 tablespoons Baking Soda Hot tap water Spray bottle (I used my empty 27 oz. Febreze bottle) combine all in bottle, shake well and use! AWESOME!

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simple steps to staying organized

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Here's a great blog on cleaning and maintaining your home. I love how she has a notebook and goes through the house like a prospective buyer. List everything that needs attention. Why should your house only look great when it's up for sale. By breaking it down into managable lists, everyone can have a beautifully clean, well maintained home!

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Keep your house clean (yes, deep cleaned, even!) with one chore per day, includes a printable list. This is so doable and covers everything!

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Printable chore cards for each room - we need these!

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Need to remember this ... so many clothes I thought were ruined... Chalk will remove grease stains from clothes. Simply rub the stain with chalk, then toss in the wash as normal.

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Yes, yes, yes! Most helpful tips ever! How to keep your house clean (not picking up, but maintaining a clean house) in just 15 minutes a day. This woman knows her stuff!

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mommies, take note. small spray bottle with 2 TBSP of fabric softener, the rest water ;)

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How to clean your TOP LOADING washer

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Get Rid Of---Ants, Ants, Ants from Food.com: This is a miracle recipe for getting rid of those pesty ants that come every spring and summer. Mix up the solution, pack cotton balls in a jar cover, and put the solution on and they will be gone.

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amazing grout cleaner. 7 c water, 1/2 c baking soda, 1/3 c ammonia, 1/4 c vinegar. Spray on, scrub, wipe off.

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I LovE these!Magic Eraser uses... did you know you can cut a piece off and float it in your toilet overnight and voila! no more toilet ring!

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1 c vinegar + 1 c hot water + 10 min microwave = steam clean! Totally works. No more scum, no funky smells.

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Homemade House Cleaners - lots of recipes and how to

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Homemade Air Freshener

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How to make cinnamon scented pine cones for fall!

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how to clean candle jars

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Good to remember: Lemon, rosemary and vanilla home deodorizer - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell!

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Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean your old cookie sheets. NO scrubbing!

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Another pinner says: Hot Vinegar and Dawn Soap! Seriously, I saw this on Pinterest and decided to try it on my white shower tile...WOW! 1 cup of HOT Vinegar (microwave 1-2 min) and 1 cup of blue DAWN liquid soap. Shake into bottle and creates a gel that is OUT OF THIS WORLD!

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to get rid of the nasty black gunk in your drain: 1. Put a pot of water to boil. 2. Meanwhile pour baking soda down the drain. Baking soda has the ability to neutralize fatty acids so it will work and eating away the grime while you are waiting for the water to boil. 3. Once the water has reached a rolling boil remove it from the stove and pour it down the drain. 4. Let the water and baking soda work at decomposing and sterilizing the grime for 10 minutes. 5. After 10 minutes has expired pour 1 cup of bleach down the drain to completely kill any remaining mildew or bacteria. Because we use our sinks multiple times on a daily basis I recommend repeating this process every few months. Repeating this process on a regular basis will keep the "creepy black stuff" from accumulating and clogging your sink. It will also keep the nasty mildew smell at bay.

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Get rid of ants with cotton balls, boric acid ad warm water!

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Fill with citronella oil and use outside! Just increasing my love for yet again for Mason jars!

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Wow. Good to know.

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