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Easy Frugal Tips for Cleaning with Borax

Easy Frugal Tips for Cleaning with Borax - I didn't know it had so many uses.


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how to clean your washing machine with one ingredient


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How To Clean Silver With Aluminum Foil & Baking Soda

Clean Silver with Baking Soda and Aluminum Foil

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How To Clean A Microwave With Vinegar And Steam

How To Clean A Microwave With Vinegar And Steam! -- I've tried this and it really works. Vinegar does wonders in the kitchen!

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How to Clean Drip Pans Naturally

How to clean drip pans naturally. Quick and easy method.

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How to Clean Your Ring at Home, definitely worth pinning


How To Clean Glass Shower Doors The Easy Way

How To Clean Glass Shower Doors Easy Way - Here's the recipe: 8 oz. (1 cup) of warm vinegar 8 oz. ( 1 cup) of Dawn That's it! I put the vinegar in the microwave for about two minutes to get it warm. Then mix the vinegar and the Dawn in a spray bottle.

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How To Clean That Greasy Stove Hood Filter

Greasy Range Hood Filter - Big pot, boiling water, add 1/4 cup of baking soda 1 Tbs at a time (it will form up violently), then place filter into pot. When clean, clean the pot with dawn, it will need it.

I have only used this for hard water rust stains and it is the best. You can also use it for the things listed I am told. To polish stainless, aluminum, and ceramic pots and pans, to get the greasy gunk off the outsides of anodized aluminum pans and baking pans, and to polish that stainless sink. This is THE stuff. Put some on a damp scouring pad, and your things will shine.

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The Best and Worst Methods of Cleaning Stove Drip Pans

What is really the BEST way to clean stove drip pans? Here's four different cleaning methods and how they compare to each other. So glad the works been done for me! |

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55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips and Tricks (With Pictures)

Totally worked! It took forever to find beige sponges. It had to be really saturated. And will probably need a round two...but happy with results

How to Clean Cooked-On Gunk from a Stove Top: Mix some baking soda in a small bowl with enough hydrogen peroxide to make a paste. Use a scrubby sponge and the gunk comes off surprisingly easily!