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Borax and Lemon Juice – eHow How to make Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaners Pour 1 cup of Borax into a small bowl. Pour 1/2 cup of lemon juice over the Borax and gently stir with a spoon into a paste. Flush the toilet to wet the sides, then rub the paste onto the toilet with a sponge. Let it sit for 2 hours before scrubbing thoroughly. This is great for removing a stubborn stain, like a toilet bowl ring.

Punch a hole in the top of a bottle of vinegar and sit the bottle in your toilet tank. In doing this you will save water, as the tank wont fill as much, the vinegar will clean your toilet AND tank on each flush, it leaves the bathroom smelling fresh and it doesn't harm any component of your toilet OR the environment when flushed. And won't hurt the dogs when they drink out of the toilet like the blue stuff does.

30 uses for borax (ex. mix one part borax with 5 parts water and use as a shampoo to clean your hair and it works as a conditioner, softening your hair and removing gunk build-up!)

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Homemade Clorox Disinfecting Wipes

My Cleaning Favorite! Looking for an easy and inexpensive way to make Homemade Clorox Wipes for #cleaning? You can make these cleaning wipes in less than 5 minutes for less than 50 cents each. Click here to get this easy #recipe from Dining On A Dime Cookbook

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Get rid of chemicals under your sink!

1. To clean the grease off of the burners on the stove- put them in a zip lock baggie with about 1/4 cup of ammonia and seal the bag. Then let it sit overnight (outside is best, in case the bag breaks and you can avoid the stink!) and the fumes will take off the burned on grease and you can wipe it away with a sponge in the morning.