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from A Year of Slow Cooking

The CrockPot as an Air Freshener/ Odor Neutralizer

Air Freshner/Odor Neutralizer Pour water into the crockpot. Add baking soda. Mix. Plug it in and turn to low. Keep the lid off. Let the baking soda do the job of soaking up unpleasant odors. If you would prefer to use the crockpot as an air freshener, fill with water, and add: --drops of essential oil --potpourri scent --2 tsps of vanilla or other desired extract --ground cinnamon, and cloves --a cinnamon stick --slices of lemon

How to have your house smell like Pottery Barn. All you need is lemon juice, vanilla and rosemary. Throw them into a crock-pot, add a little water and wait.

from Lauren Conrad

Tuesday Ten: DIY Green Cleaning

from About A Mom

Crock Pot Air Freshener

crock pot air freshener - water and baking soda then add cinnamon, vanilla, lemon or an essential oil, put on low with the lid off (all day to acheive max. benefit), it will absort odors and make the house smell great

from The Family Handyman

How to Avoid Refrigerator Repairs

Spend 30 minutes on these simple maintenance steps to keep your fridge running in tip top shape. It's hard to believe, but six simple maintenance steps will prevent almost 100 percent of refrigerator breakdowns and eliminate those service calls.

from Fox Valley Foodie

Baked Mississippi Roast Party Sandwiches

Baked Mississippi Roast Party Sandwiches on Martin's Party Potato Rolls! Flavorful shredded beef, oozing melted cheese, and Martin's Party Potato Rolls drenched in a savory, buttery sauce...delicious! These sandwiches are super easy to make and sure to be enjoyed by all your holiday guests this Christmas!

from Pins and Procrastination

Homemade Febreeze: Removes Odor and Sanitizes

Homemade Febreeze: Removes Odor and Sanitizes 1.5 cups warm water 1/2 cup witch hazel 2 tablespoons baking soda 10-30 drops of anti-bacterial essential oils Directions: In a clean empty spray bottle, mix all ingredients together. A funnel makes this easier. Shake before use, and spray wherever you find an icky smell (without any guilt!)