Cleaning


Cleaning

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Homemade Mamas: Cleaning Products purchase a shower wand from the dollar store and a suction hook as well...fill with dawn and vinegar to scrub tub and shower ~ so simple and a clean shower all the time!

Homemade Mamas: Cleaning Products

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Cleaning your car or truck like a pro is easier than you think. We talked to real auto detailers to bring you helpful cleaning tips so you can make your vehicle showroom clean. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine

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Cleaning your car or truck like a pro is easier than you think. We talked to real auto detailers to bring you helpful cleaning tips so you can make your vehicle showroom clean.

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"My husband owned his own A/C business for a long time....he said everything on here is the PROPER way to do this.....do it yourself, will make unit not work so hard and you save $ by not paying the A/C company!" Our electric bill rose to $430 two years ago and a simple A/C cleaning lowered it to $150. Totally re-pinning this.

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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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another cleaning calendar

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Keep one in the shower filled with a mixture of half vinager, half Dawn dishsoap. Use it to wipe down the shower while you are in there and your shower will always be clean

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Step by step instructions to a clean bathroom. Good tips!

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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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Heavy duty floor cleaner recipe: ¼ cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap ¼ cup baking soda 2 gallons tap water , very warm. I do this once a month. Works great. I use a little less water

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