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USE A COFFEE FILTER - Better than paper towels and less expensive.   Clean windows, fill with baking soda and insert in shoes to absorb odors, wrap Christmas ornaments and 23 more suggestions.

USE A COFFEE FILTER - Better than paper towels and less expensive. Clean windows, fill with baking soda and insert in shoes to absorb odors, wrap Christmas ornaments and 23 more suggestions.

1/2 cup baking soda   1/3 cup household ammonia   1/4 cup white vinegar   7 cups warm water   Directions:  Combine in a gallon container,do yourself a favor, and put the water in FIRST! Shake. Don't get it near anything with BLEACH!To use: Fill a spray bottle, spray onto tile/grout- wipe with a damp cloth or sponge, or use a scrub brush. by Mummigurl

1/2 cup baking soda 1/3 cup household ammonia 1/4 cup white vinegar 7 cups warm water Directions: Combine in a gallon container,do yourself a favor, and put the water in FIRST! Shake. Don't get it near anything with BLEACH!To use: Fill a spray bottle, spray onto tile/grout- wipe with a damp cloth or sponge, or use a scrub brush. by Mummigurl

Here is a basic recipe for cleaning  jewellery    * 1 tbsp dishwashing detergent  * 1 tbsp baking soda  * 1 tbsp household ammonia  * 3 cups warm water    Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Pour into a glass jar and cover tightly. Label jar for future use and keep out of reach of children. To use, soak jewellry in the solution for 1-10 minutes (depending on how tarnished it is). Swish intricate pieces in the solution to get into the cracks/crevices. Use a toothbrush or a well-washed…

Daily Frugal Tip: DIY Natural Jewelry Cleaner

Here is a basic recipe for cleaning jewellery * 1 tbsp dishwashing detergent * 1 tbsp baking soda * 1 tbsp household ammonia * 3 cups warm water Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Pour into a glass jar and cover tightly. Label jar for future use and keep out of reach of children. To use, soak jewellry in the solution for 1-10 minutes (depending on how tarnished it is). Swish intricate pieces in the solution to get into the cracks/crevices. Use a toothbrush or a well-washed…

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Smart Solution:  Clean a Ceiling Fan with a Pillowcase   Real Simple

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Love this refill recipe!  I took a small (1 lb) box of Baking Soda, 2 Tablespoons of Dawn Dish soap, 1/4 Cup of water, 1/2 cup of bleach and stirred it together until mixed well.  It filled the bottle to the top, and works as well, if not better for about 1/4 the cost!

Love this refill recipe! I took a small (1 lb) box of Baking Soda, 2 Tablespoons of Dawn Dish soap, 1/4 Cup of water, 1/2 cup of bleach and stirred it together until mixed well. It filled the bottle to the top, and works as well, if not better for about 1/4 the cost!

How to fix Barbie hair...wish I would have known this a long time ago.

How to fix Barbie hair...wish I would have known this a long time ago.

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