Clean shower doors with baking soda/water paste, then scrub with vinegar, then wipe down with clean vinegar/water - will add essential oil to vinegar instead of using a lemon

Clean shower doors with baking soda/water paste, then scrub with vinegar, then wipe down with clean vinegar/water - will add essential oil to vinegar instead of using a lemon

The all natural {and sneaky} way to freshen a room without buying candles or expensive scent thingies!

The all natural {and sneaky} way to freshen a room without buying candles or expensive scent thingies!

non-toxic oven cleaner. Dawn, vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice. Smear paste all over inside of oven, including glass door, and let it sit for several hours. Scrub baked on spots then wipe clean. by jaclyn

non-toxic oven cleaner. Dawn, vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice. Smear paste all over inside of oven, including glass door, and let it sit for several hours. Scrub baked on spots then wipe clean. by jaclyn

"That’s right, a lemon!  I just cut it in half and use the actual lemon to scrub the hard water stains on any fixture.  I’ve even used it to remove rust stains from a bobby pin I left sitting in the shower. Like I said, just rub the lemon on the fixture and rinse.  The spots will magically disappear before your eyes and you’ll be left with this!"

"That’s right, a lemon! I just cut it in half and use the actual lemon to scrub the hard water stains on any fixture. I’ve even used it to remove rust stains from a bobby pin I left sitting in the shower. Like I said, just rub the lemon on the fixture and rinse. The spots will magically disappear before your eyes and you’ll be left with this!"

Clean Shower Doors - Bob Vila's Blogs.    recommends using a mixture of baking soda and water. Combine the two in a wide-mouth container, using just enough water to form a thick paste. Rub the paste on shower doors with either your hand or a non-abrasive sponge, then rinse with vinegar. “The paste works amazingly well—better than any commercial cleaner I’ve ever used,” says Schoff.

Clean Shower Doors - Bob Vila's Blogs. recommends using a mixture of baking soda and water. Combine the two in a wide-mouth container, using just enough water to form a thick paste. Rub the paste on shower doors with either your hand or a non-abrasive sponge, then rinse with vinegar. “The paste works amazingly well—better than any commercial cleaner I’ve ever used,” says Schoff.

Give your slow cooker some cleaning love with this super simple way to make them look brand new!

Give your slow cooker some cleaning love with this super simple way to make them look brand new!

How to clean moldy caulking. This is AMAZING! I had tried everything and in the end all it took was some cheap household items I already had!

How to clean moldy caulking. This is AMAZING! I had tried everything and in the end all it took was some cheap household items I already had!

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