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    Free Printable Chore Chart Black and White Version

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    28 Days, 28 Bags ~ A Decluttering Challenge

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    Deep Cleaning - So happy I didn't have to create this list myself... It is a GREAT list!

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    house cleaning list

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    Keep Home Simple: How to Clean Dirty Blinds

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    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - vinegar and lemon cubes

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    Cleaning is really about how you set up your house... there are some really great ideas here.

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    Small step...but huge results. A bag a day...I could do that.....Get rid of 40 bags of stuff in 40 days- forty places to check and declutter. Customize with my 40 places.

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    Everyone who owns a gas stove, pin this!! It works! Mine were absolutely disgusting and I tried everything to clean them. It was so gross how much came off! Definitely the best stove grate cleaner ever.

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    EVERYTHING you need to clean the house in one caddy. See which 12 items to stock: www.hgtv.com/...

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    Dollar Store Crafts » Blog Archive » Make Reusable Swiffer Covers

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    Deep Cleaning - So happy I didn't have to create this list myself... It is a GREAT list!

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    Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. wait an hour and wipe off. Cleaning power of Vinegar!

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    Need to print this out.

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    dryer sheet cuts your bathroom cleaning time in half - makes mirrors & bath fixtures sparkle and cuts right through soap scum on bathtub.Use to get sticky dust right off of furniture, blinds and baseboards. Cleans up cooktops and greasy cupboards quickly. Soak paintbrushes in warm water with a dryer sheet and watch the paint come right off. Clean dead, icky bugs from the car. Wipe pet hair off of clothes and furniture. Run over thread before sewing to keep tangles away.

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    Homemade Cleaning

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    DIY Clorox Wipes

    Fabulous Tip -- Homemade Household Wipes

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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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    Step 1: Mix a paste of baking soda and lemon juice. The consistency of the paste should be about that of pancake mix. Step 2: Spread the paste all along the bottom of the toilet {where it meets the floor}, the toilet seat, and any other area that gets a lot of over spray. Let it set for about 10-15 minutes. Step 3: When the timer expires spray the dried paste with white vinegar and let it fizzle. Once it is done fizzing wipe it up with a damp cloth. For future reference!

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    My bathtub has never been whiter!! Works great on glass shower doors too- no more soap residue! Martha Stewart's Tub Scrub--works better than any other cleaning product to get off hard water and soap residue

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    DIY deodorizing disks (for trashcans, diaper pails, etc.).

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    Saving Pennies (DIY Laundry soap, Dishwasher soap, Rinse Aid, Daily shower cleaner, Febreeze, Windex, & Chlorox CleanUp!)

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    You can make a duster that is washable and recycles old dryer sheets. Free .pdf pattern and instructionsl. Easy DIY!

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    Place pillows in the dryer with a couple of tennis balls to help get them back to their “fluff stage” and kill germs with the high heat. This is sooo important...I actually learned about all the molds that can grow in pillows if you don't do this

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    How to get Kool-Aid and other colorful stains out of carpet. I'll be glad I pinned this later

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