Blessing in a Bottle - also known as "kitchen Magic" This stuff will get through anything, make your sink and shower shine like new. 5 different cleaners and freshners with instructions! I like the idea to write recipe on bottle.
Fill your sink with hot, hot, hot water. Then fill each wine bottle with hot water and drop it into the sink. Next, add this secret potion: 1/2 cup baking powder 1 Tbsp dish soap 2 cups white vinegar Once you add the vinegar to the sink, it will get all fizzy for a second.AND THE LABELS COME OFF:-)
Save Time, Money, and Energy! Make Your Own Wool Dryer Balls
Make Your Own Wool Dryer Balls. What wool dryer balls do: absorb moisture from the clothes in the dryer, cutting your dryer time by 25-50%! help reduce static cling, soften clothes, can lightly scent clothing naturally with essential oils (optional), save a lots of money–dryer balls can last 7+ years and remove static naturally.
This is seriously money in a can! Don't bother sanding and restraining your beat up doors, cabinets, and baseboards. Use this instead and save a TON of time! See what a difference it makes with no elbow grease! #diy
Take a spray bottle, fill it about 1/8th full with rubbing alcohol, add a drop of Dawn dishwashing soap, a few drops of scented oil (optional, but makes it smell so good), fill the rest of the way with water, shake together, and you're good to go! It makes your granite (or any countertop) shine and feel so smooth at a fraction of the price~I have loved it and use it on my appliances as well.
Inexpensive and Effective Homemade Leather Cleaner Recipe
DIY Febreze With No Fabric Softener. Our home has been one that consumes bottles and bottles of Febreze Fabric Enhancer, ha ha! Febreze seems to be one of those items even when using a coupon it is still outrageously expensive. I seen some tips online on how to use Fabric Softener to create DIY Febreze at home. After reading the comments and seeing a trend, I decide to not use the Fabric softener route as it seems to leave a residue behind.
DIY: Natural Disinfectant Spray (Like Lysol But Homemade