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Do it yourself: a natural disinfectant spray like Lysol but made from all natural ingredients you can find at home.

This Laundry Method Will Blow Your Mind by coconutheadsurviv...

This Laundry Method Will Blow Your Mind - The Coconut Head's Survival Guide

Housewife Eclectic: 16 places you are forgetting to clean and a Swiffer/Febreze Giveaway

16 places you are forgetting to clean and a Swiffer/Febreze Giveaway

How to organize DVDs and free up TONS of space! - Ask Anna

How to Organize DVDs - Ask Anna
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Stay healthy this year! DIY: natural disinfecting spray made with non-toxic ingredients!

Lysol alternative: essential oil disinfectant spray. Mix 1 1/2 cup water, 5 drops lemon oil, & 5 drops Melaleuca Alfornia Oil. All Natural disinfectant.

Chores for kids by age, neat idea. But I have never heard of disinfecting door knobs?

No more greasy cabinets! Here are a few different solutions that can help you get your kitchen cabinets squeaky clean:

How to Clean Grease From Kitchen Cabinet Doors | eHow

TRISTUPE.COM: How To Store/Clean Your Hydration Bladder

How To Store Your Hydration Bladder

How to Dry and Store a CamelBak (or Similar) Water Reservoir -POSTED ON FEBRUARY 13, 2013 BY CHARLESTONCRAFTED

Use hot water and 2 tablespoons of baking soda or bleach. Mix the solution inside your reservoir and hold it up above your head while you pinch the bite valve, allowing the bleached water to run through the tube. You can also use CamelBak Cleaning Tabs. Let the reservoir and cleaning solution sit for about 30 minutes. Wash the reservoir with hot water and mild soap. Be sure to completely rinse away any bleach or cleaning solution before using again.

How to Clean a CamelBak - ProCamping

How to Clean Your CamelBak Hose | via Instructables

Paracord CamelBak Hose Cleaner

You don't want your muffins & cakes ending up stuck to the tray, so make sure you know how to clean silicone bakeware with this handy guide!

How to Clean Sticky Silicone Bakeware | Cleanipedia

You can develop a house-that-cleans-itself mindset in 8 easy steps. Mindy Starns Clark, author of the book The House That Cleans Itself tell...

Make your own reusable Swiffer pads. | 46 Penny-Pinching Ways To Save A Lot Of Money This Year

46 Penny-Pinching Ways To Save A Lot Of Money This Year

Defunkify a Boy Bathroom! 1.) Make a paste with baking soda and freshly squeezed lemon juice (a natural disinfectant.) I used one lemon, it was plenty. 2.) Apply the paste liberally to all the places around the toilet that get a lot of over-spray, especially the base of the toilet. 3.) Let it sit for 15 minutes. 4.) Then spray it with white vinegar and wipe it down with a damp rag.

Does your bathroom smell like a truck stop men's room?

Once you are done making your food unplug it and place 2 wet paper towels between the lid and the surface. This will cause it to be steam cleaned! once all the steam is gone, take a dry paper towel and wipe off any extra crumbs or residue. And that's it!! How easy is that?!!

Pyrex - How To Clean Grease off Glass Cookware ... get those baked grease stains off your Pyrex. Fantastic and SO easy!

Sugarfoot Park: Pyrex stains...

How to Remove Battery Corrosion from a Camera

How to Remove Battery Corrosion from a Camera | eHow

Cleaning schedule

Cleaning Schedule Architecture: Building One that Works for You

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser uses around your home for cleaning all kinds of things {on Stain Removal 101}

Magic Eraser Uses In And Around Your Home

How to Clean a Jetted Bathtub: 16 Steps (with Pictures) - in case I ever get one

How to Clean a Jetted Bathtub

to clean smelly jets in jacuzzi tubs...fill bath to a few inches above the jets, pour in 1-2 cups of baking soda & let it run for about 10 minutes. Drain the cruddy water, refill tub w/warm water & run jets for another 10 minutes!

How To Clean Whirlpool Jets 1. Fill tub with hot water to a couple inches above jets. 2. Pour in about a half cup of bleach and a tablespoon of powdered cascade dishwashing detergent 3. Run the jets for 15 minutes with the air knob thing open all the way so it gives the highest turbulence 4. observe gunk and try not to choke 8] 5. empty tub 6. Refill with cold water to above jets 7. Run jets to rinse - 10 minutes Do this twice a month.

Whirlpool Maintenance | Structure Tech Home Inspections