Vinegar uses: (1) Remove bacteria and pesticide residue from produce - Use 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water, wash produce thoroughly. (2) Clean windows and countertops - Use a 50% water and vinegar mixture to clean windows and countertops. (3) Remove shower and bathtub film - Use vinegar full strength on an old wash rag. (4) Toilet bowl stains - Use white distilled vinegar full strength with a scrubber. (5) Furniture polish - Use a 50% ...
Use alcohol in a spray bottle to kill bugs in your home instead of the toxic stuff in the can. Alcohol dries clean with no oily residue and is more effective than the bug sprays you'd buy in the store. Try it, you'll be amazed.
Twelve Surprising Uses for Vicks VapoRub. Who knew?! Def will be trying!! PET PEE DETERRENT, APPLY TO TEMPLES FOR HEADACHES, HEAL PAPER CUTS AND SPLINTERS, TICKS AND BUG BITES, MOSQUITOE REPELLENT, NAIL FUNGUS, STOP CAT FROM SCRATCHING, ETC.
How to make fresh cut flowers last longer. 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon household bleach 2 teaspoons lemon (or lime) juice 1 quart of lukewarm water Instructions Fill a container with 1 qt. of warm water. chlorine bleach and 2 tsp.
Homemade OxyClean 1 cup water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda Mix together and soak laundry in it for 20 minutes to overnight and then wash as usual. Or you can just skip the water and pour the peroxide and baking soda directly into the wash with your laundry soap and wash as usual.
Aromatherapy bath bombs 100% natural ingredients. Just mix 1 cup baking soda with 1/3 cups water, enough to make a dough. Bake in lined muffin tin for 20 minutes in a 350 F oven and add a few drops of essential oil when cooled. Throw in shower for full aromatherapy experience or makes a great get well gift in the cold and flu season!
Most people are watching their dollars and working off a budget to make ends meet. Many are also now looking for natural alternatives to live a more wholesome and chemical free life. Following are a few ways in which you can have both of the above. These uses are becoming more prevalent and are easy to do it yourself. So, here are great easy uses for common household items to make your life more chemical free and your wallet a little fatter. 1) Toothpaste: Buff a CD/DVD Apply toothpaste…