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    Make Your Own Color Safe Bleach | Retro Housewife Goes Green

    How to clean plastic cutting boards #DIYcleaning #domesticcleaning http://www.cleanerscambridge.com/

    Make Your Own All Natural Bleach with Essential Oil & Jillee's Citrus Enzyme!

    I can add something to this list--Ammonia kills coccidia, bleach does not. If you have a coccidia situation, use ammonia, not bleach.

    use salt to keep colors from fading

    {How to Clean Your Top-Loader Washing Machine} I am trying this today... when is the last time you cleaned your washing machine? It has been a lifetime over here!

    A safer bleach alternative: Peroxide and Lemon Juice

    Homemade Bathtub cleaner

    Homemade Color Safe Bleach Alternative

    Nifty Novice: Homemade Laundry Needs for PENNIES!!!! (Detergent, Color-Safe Bleach, & Fabric Softener)

    DIY Wood Floor Cleaner *safe, non-toxic, easy and cheap! (works on solid wood, engineered hardwood and laminate flooring!!) | Gathered In The Kitchen

    How To Whiten Laundry Without Chlorine Bleach.Note: With the exception of the lemon pre-soak and sunlight, use just one of these ingredients at a time. Each method should work well , but it's a good idea to do a test before washing. • Distilled white vinegar. Vinegar whitens, freshens, and softens fabrics. Add 1/2 to 1 cup of distilled white vinegar along with your regular laundry detergent. Vinegar may also be sprayed on spot stains and collar and underarm stains. • Baking soda. Bakin...

    SO GOOD TO KNOW! How to Clean Your Gross Plastic Containers 1. Fill almost to the top with water and a squirt of dish soap 2. Add 1/4 cup of bleach 3. Microwave the container for 40 seconds, or until the solution is boiling 4. Allow to rest until the water is luke-warm 5. Wash out your container and it is as good as new!

    CLEANING YOUR OVEN (I am so going to try this out on the weekend!!) Begin by preheating the oven to 60c. While the oven is heating, put on a pot of water to boil. Once the oven has reached 60, turn it off and pour 1 cup of ammonia into a heat safe bowl or baking dish and place it on the top rack of the oven. Place the pot of boiling water on the bottom rack, close the oven door, and leave them both in the oven overnight. The next morning, open the oven and remove both the bowl of ammonia and the pot of water, keep the ammonia – you’ll use it later. Remove the racks and leave the oven door open to air out for 15 minutes. Add 1-2 teaspoons of dishwashing liquid to the ammonia, along with 4 cups of warm water, and using a heavy-duty nylon scrubbing pad dipped in the ammonia mixture, begin to wipe away the softened grease and grime along the sides and bottom of the oven. It should be a fairly easy job at this point. Wear some kitchen gloves, since ammonia can be caustic to skin. (Apparently the ammonia will be WAY LESS powerful smelling after having sat overnight in the oven). Rinse/wipe clean with a damp cloth. AND REMEMBER SHARING IS CARING AND YOU WILL HAVE IT FOR LATER!!!! ~ Click on the picture and 'SHARE' to save to your timeline for later ~ Join our FREE support group for more great recipes, tips, motivation and ideas here: www.facebook.com/... Friend or follow me! I'm always posting awesome stuff! </div> </span></div> <div style=

    Vinegar, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide work together to create a just as effective, natural alternative

    i might need this one day...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.

    One pinner says: This is how i made my baby wipes 12 years ago and thought i was the only one making cleaning wipes too. ---video how to make-bleach wipes,baby wipes, glass wipes, and hand sanitizing wipes. each batch costs about 75 cents to make.

    Remove hard water stains simple, easy, and smells good. Fill spray bottle almost halfway with vinegar. Add 1/4 cup lemon juice. Fill the rest of the way with dish soap. Scrub with sponge and voila!

    I'm so doing this! A Year's worth of homemade laundry detergent, homemade fabric softener, and homemade dryer balls. This one is the best I've seen

    I hate the smell of bleach and this is just as effective! Plus it's safe to use around the kids and pets. I can't believe I'd never heard of this until now! BrownThumbMama.com

    Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."