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  • Rochelle Edge

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - put lemon cubes in an ice cube tray and fill with vinegar. Once frozen keep them in a freezer Zip-loc bag, and throw one in the garbage disposal when needed

  • Tracey Fernandez

    Make your own garbage disposal cleaning cubes. Cheap, easy and effective!

  • Sara B

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - vinegar and lemon ice cubes

  • Kristy Laney

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - vinegar and lemon cubes. I use lemon slices for the smell, and ice cubes to sharpin the blades. This is genius!!

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HOMEMADE CLEANER: Ingredients: 1 c ammonia 1/2 c white vinegar 1 gallon warm water 1/4 c baking soda Directions: Mix together in a bucket until everything is dissolved. Pour into a spray bottle. Cost: Vinegar: $.12; Water: free; Ammonia: $.12; Baking Soda: $.25. Total Cost: $.50 per two bottles of cleaner, or $.25 per bottle of cleaner

MUST TRY... Pinterest user said: After months of experimenting with pinterest cleaning formulas, this is my favorite counter cleaner. I bought a spray bottle in the mop aisle at Walmart and wrote this recipe on it for easy reminder. :)T Make Your Own Homemade all purpose cleaner- Costs pennies a bottle!