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  • Stacie Taylor

    Some really great all natural cleaning ideas. I currently do the washer det and dishwasher det. and all natural cleaner. Gonna try to proxide my tub and sink tonight

  • Nancy Shogren

    Natural Cleaning. Clean your entire house with Borax, vinegar, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, water

  • Rose Gurule

    Peroxide gets rid of mold and mildew that appears in the grout of your tub/shower--and some other homemade cleaning tips! If you haven't experimented with the more natural cleaning products you should start, they're so effective, less expensive/toxic, and powerful enough to beat out any other cleaners, worth the try.

  • Michelle Brock

    Peroxide gets rid of mold and mildew that appears in the grout of your tub/shower--and some other homemade cleaning tips! I think I will start making my own cleaning supplies!

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Peroxide gets rid of mold and mildew that appears in the grout of your tub/shower--and some other homemade cleaning tips!

This stuff's expensive! Dawn dish liquid, + (3) about 1 cup of water, + (4) a good empty jar -- [I use the empty jar from the first jewelry cleaner I bought about 20+ years ago.] I just add my rings to the jar and GENTLY “shake” it. I also let it sit for as long as I want when I’m busy (They’ve even been in there overnight before). All I have to do when I remove the jewelry, is rinse well. It’s AMAZING how the diamonds sparkle!!!

Homemade Cleaners. I want to do more research on the properties of lavender oil to make sure it's a strong enough antibacterial but the other's sound great!

4 household cleaners: Grease cutter, Bath/sink/tile cleaner, Antibacterial spray and All-purpose cleaner.

stain removers...I cant wait to try some of the others. The shower cleaner is miraculous for removing soap scum without harsh chemicals, which incidentally dont work as well anyway!