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Orange Vinegar cleaner - Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Combine citrus/vinegar solution half/half with water and use for cleaning. Works on floors, tile, fixtures, etc. Smells good and is tough on scum! Best of all there are no chemicals.

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Sage infused vinegar - natural antibacterial cleaner

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Soak orange peels in vinegar for two weeks in a sealed mason jar then pour the vinegar into a spray bottle. Use as a non-toxic and yummy smelling "green" cleaner. (love this idea).

Keep one in the shower filled with a mixture of half vinegar, half Dawn dish soap. Use it to wipe down the shower while you are in there and your shower will always be clean.

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DIY All Purpose Cleaner

DIY All Purpose Cleaner. How to make homemade cleaner for your home.

Small mason jar of vinegar will keep toilet tank and bowl clean for 3 weeks-add food coloring to look nice and remind you when it's time to change-No Scrub Toilet Bowl Cleaner

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DIY Homemade Fabric Softener for Just Pennies

Make your own fabric softener for fresh-smelling, chemical-free laundry for just pennies!

But I hate dusting. These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time. The addition of olive oil and lemon rind bring a soft polish to your furniture.

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How To Make Homemade Citrus Cleaner — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Add some zing to your cleaning with this recipe. How To Make Homemade Citrus Cleaner via Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Orange peels, vinegar in a quart jar, let sit for 10 days or so...strain out the liquid and use as an all-purpose cleaner. Easy, cheap, natural, smells good!

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50 uses for vinegar…who knew?

Vinegar

Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Combine citrus/vinegar solution half/half with water and use for cleaning. Works on floors, tile, fixtures, etc. Smells good and is tough on scum! Best of all there are no chemicals.

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How To Get Rid of Pet Stains On Carpet

How To Get Rid of Pet Stains On Carpet AWESOME tip really works like magic!!

Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. Wait an hour and wipe off. Ah ha!

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How To Clean a Washing Machine Naturally

Naturally Clean Top Loading Washer: 4c white vinegar, 1/2c baking soda, Run washer on hot with largest load setting, Add vinegar, Allow machine to agitate a minute to incorporate, Add baking soda, Allow machine to agitate another minute, Stop washer, Let sit 30-60min, Dip cloth in vinegar water & wipe down washer top, Finish washing cycle, Run it once more.

CBS did a special which stated "a straight 5% solution of vinegar kills 99 percent of bacteria, 82 percent of mold, and 80 percent of viruses". That's really amazing! Apparently salmonella only needs a 1% solution to be killed. When vinegar is combined with table salt or hydrogen peroxide, it can inhibit the growth of certain strains of e.coli. NOTE: Do NOT mix with bleach! Toxic fumes can result. (She gives two recipes for diy vinegar cleaners.)