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    BORAX VS. WASHING SODA Washing soda more of a laundry booster (water softener); Borax more of a general cleaner as well as laundry booster. When you use borax in the washing machine, do not add bleach because of the danger of toxic fumes. Both are safe for septic, plumbing and machines.

    Finally! A dry (non-messy) DIY Laundry Detergent that works. Costs less than a nickel a load and is a greener alternative (no more jugs in the landfill). Safe for septic, better for the environment and works in cold water (also safe for HE washing machines). :-)

    Homemade dishwasher detergent: 1 c Borax - 1 c Washing Soda - 1/2 c salt - 1/2 c Citric Acid (Lemishine) - Use 1 T in each load

    Did you know that Borax has all kinds of awesome uses for around the house? Here are 25 awesome uses for borax from getting rid of pesky critters to topical uses. Super thrifty, natural and it works like a boss!!

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    The Best Way to Clean Your Bathtub. BORAX. Have to try.

    The ONLY stain remover that actually worked on a seriously set in stain! Mix one part Dawn dish washing liquid with two parts hydrogen peroxide; pour or spray it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC....will need to try this out

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    Outside window washing... (After washing windows with this solution, rinse off with hose and let dry to a streak free shine.) IT WORKS!!!!

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    Clean your iron! Super easy.

    ". . . sprinkle a bit of baking soda into the corners, then I poured a bit of vinegar into a cup and poured it into the tracks. . . ."

    How to clean your glass cooktop using baking soda and water Create a bowl of hot soapy water. Submerge cleaning rag in water. Generously apply baking soda to surface. Remove rag and wring out half the water. Apply to stovetop and leave 15 min. Wearing gloves, gently scrub. Dry with a soft cloth and follow with Glass Cleaner.

    homemade dishwasher detergent-i added a cup of epsom salt, and squeezed a lemon in the dishwasher, then threw the 2 halves right in :)

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