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Tub and Shower Soap Scum Buster

Dawn and Vinegar cleaner

Originally a plastic, Dawn handsoap bottle. Bronze spray paint and a monogram sticker=expensive look. no way!

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How to Make Ice Lanterns

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Hate scraping off ice! With 2/3 Vinegar 1/3 water! Just spray on windows and ice will melt away! Totally making a bottle of this for this winter! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

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dollar store bathroom organizing

Dawn mixed with vinegar, stored in dish wiper, placed in shower. Wipe down walls during each shower!

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DIY Tub and Shower Cleaner

You need 12 ounces of white vinegar and 12 ounces of liquid, blue Dawn detergent. To start out you must heat the white vinegar in the microwave until it’s hot (but not boiling), and pour into a squirt bottle -or container that you will be using. Next add the 12 ounces of Dawn soap and stir or shake. Now you have a pretty easy and quick cleaner that will leave your bathroom sparkly clean!

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

11 Dawn Dish Soap Tips - DIY Tips for using your dish soap for more than dishes - your pets, beauty, and around the house! Who knew?

Camping tip- Keep your cooler cold: fill a gallon milk jug with water and 1/4 c salt. Freeze. Pack into your cooler and it acts as an ice block that won't melt all over your food!

Homemade Cleaners: I think I've pinned this before but I love the smell of Dawn dish soap (original) and the idea of homemade cleaning aids!! I liked the toilet cleaner and the idea of using a pumice on the oven bottom for tough spots.

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23 Solutions To Your Most Pressing First World Problems

23 Solutions To Your Most Pressing First World Problems: My Water is Cold But it's Not ICE Cold #firstworldproblems

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Quick carpet fix

One of the things that you learn while staging homes is some quick fixes for common problems. One of the things we come across is carpet dents, those little divots left behind by furniture legs, an easy fix for this is to place an ice-cube in the divots, let it melt on its own, and gently lift the carpet fibers with a spoon (or a coin in a pinch).