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Tub Cleaner: Vinegar And Dish Soap, No Scrubbing. Heat 1/2 Cups White Vinegar In Microwave For 90 Seconds, Pour Into Spray Bottle. Add 1/2 Cups Blue Dawn Dish Soap. Shake Gently To Mix. Spray On Surface, Let It Sit 1-2 Hours. Just Wipe It Away, Then Rinse With Water. Should Also Take Soap Scum Off Shower Doors.
DIY Ceramic Tile Cleaner: 1/4 cup baking soda 1 cup ammonia 1/2 cup white vinegar 1 gallon warm water Combine all of ingredients in a bucket, stirring well until baking soda is completely dissolved. Apply the cleaning solution using a nylon brush or scrubbie, or scrub sponge. Rub gently, or leave the solution on for a few minutes to loosen grime. Rinse well with clean water.
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Homemade Tub & Tile Cleaner -- use ingredients from the dollar store and this cleaner is really inexpensive! Plus, it works really well!
Tried it out this morning on my dogs' high traffic/slobber area, worked well! DIY grout cleaner, 5'x6' area. 1/4 cup bleach & 3/4 cup baking soda to create a nice thick paste.Use an old toothbrush and scub. Let it sit for ten minutes, then wipe clean with a rag and hot water (rinse rag constantly).
Homemade Bleach.. Ingredients: 1 cup hydrogen perioxide 2 Tablespoons lemon juice 15 cups of water Mix together and store in a large jug. I pour mine into a smaller bottles for convenience. Since the peroxide will oxidize and eventually loose strength it's best to use the homemade bleach within a month.
Pinner says: First thing, I'm curious if the wrinkle release spray will smell like the vinegar at all or if the fabric softener in it will mask it...?? Secondly, I'm cleaning my oven racks tomorrow based on this & I'm excited to see how well it works. And finally, I'm pretty psyched (the little things) to try the armpit stain remover. Seriously ppl, everyone gets those, even a little bit.