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Add a cup of baking soda to the toilet, leave it for an hour, and then flush. It will clean the toilet and absorb the odor. This site also has 75 other uses for baking soda

from Listotic

55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips and Tricks (With Pictures)

"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!"

from One Good Thing by Jillee

How to Clean Your {Top-Loader} Washing Machine

How to Clean Your Top-Loading Washer. How can you expect to get clean clothes from a dirty washer?? This process will have your washer working as well as the day you bought it!!

Clean water spots and stains from your cloth car seats! Just add equal parts of club soda, white vinegar, and blue dawn dish soap. Mix into a spray bottle and generously spray on seats. Scrub with a scrub brush and then rub with a clean towel or rag! Simple, easy, and cheap!!!!!!

Keep this in mind if you start seeing lots of spiders around your place. Natural spider killer or preventer… take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put it into a spray bottle and spray along the outside of your outside door and along windows | best stuff

Place a coffee cup filled with vinegar in the dishwashing rack and run a full cycle of dishwashing. This will clean your entire dishwasher. This is one of the easiest techniques and works well as preventive care. The Husband Store www.the-husband-store.com

from Apartment Therapy

How To Make All-Natural Ant Killer — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

How To Make an All-Natural Ant Killer. Going to try this, but must rig in a way that the cats won't get into it. The sugar may tempt them as well, and too much baking soda is harmful to cats.

Acabe com o cheiro de mofo nas toalhas: Basta ferve-las em 1 litro de água com duas colheres de café de bicarbonato de sódio. Os fungos vão-se todos e sua roupa não vai ficar mais com aquele cheirinho desagradável!