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  • Kaylene Yoder

    Homemade “Oxyclean”- This recipe works just the same as oxyclean! use it for laundry, spot cleaning the carpet and treating stains. 1 cup water 1/2 cup peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda. Lots of other eco-friendly cleaning recipes in this post as well.

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Homemade OxyClean- so much cheaper and works great!

DIY: make your own oxyclean ....mix 1 cup of water with ½ cups each of washing soda (or you can use baking soda), and hydrogen peroxide. This is a liquid recipe so you can mix it in a spray bottle and then use it to pretreat stains or just anywhere that you would normally use OxyClean.

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Homemade House Cleaners with printable labels! **I LOVE the bathroom one. My apartment had nasty caked on/discolored shower and tub. I thought maybe it was permanently discolored. I used the bathroom spray on this site and OMG. The color started going away. With another treatment and some elbow grease (like I said it is nasty!), it will be back to new! And this made the faucet shine!**

To make your own, you just need water, washing soda (note that you can also use baking soda) and hydrogen peroxide. Just mix equal parts of peroxide and washing soda with a double part of water. For instance, mix 1 cup of water with ½ cups each of washing soda and peroxide.

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Rose: Take advantage of Mom's Costco membership. Bulk prices for these ingredients will be even more cost efficient and if you go in on the price with friends, even better. Paul can't complain about the time you spend on Pinterest if you save a butt-load of money!!!!!!!!!!!!!

One of my customers had spilled coffee on his white shirt and dried the shirt before realizing the stain hadn't come out. He asked me for advice and the lady in line behind him told him to make a mixture like this. He came back the next day and the stain was gone pecan. Apparently this works on any stain except grease stains! Trying it tonight on Kenneth's work shirts.