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Windshield De-Icer/ And Ice Prevention Spray Most recipes for the deicer is 2/3 vinegar and 1/3 water.

Cooking Spray as Candlestick Cleaner.... spray the inside of the votive holder with a thin coating of cooking spray before dropping in a tea light. After the candle has burned down, the remaining wax will slip out. (thanks real simple)

DIY Ice Melter for the windshield! Oh man! I needed this today!

Using the above recipe sprayed thoroughly upon the whole windshield will stop ice and frost from forming.

Vinagre mata 99% das bactérias, 82% dos fungos (mofo) e 80% dos germes.Em utensílios de madeira, (colheres de pau, tábuas, geladeira, freezer e no microondas) coloque um pouco de vinagre branco em um frasco spray. Pulverize sobre a área mofada, e deixe agir sem enxaguar. Bom manter uma garrafa de spray de vinagre em sua cozinha para limpar tábuas de corte de alimentos. Na Lavanderia: espere a máquina de lavar encher e adicione à água uma xícara de chá de vinagre puro; borrife nas manchas.

Easy DIY car de-icer spray... rubbing alcohol, dish soap, and water!

DIY Windshield De-icer: Clean, empty spray bottle + 2 cups rubbing alcohol + 1 cup water Fill the bottle with 2 parts rubbing alcohol, and 1 part water. Spray rubbing alcohol solution on the ice and it will melt instantly. I may need this tomorrow.

Homemade Febreze Spray - Happy Healthnut

Natural Bug Spray. Here’s what you’ll need: essential oils (citronella and lemongrass are musts, I also like lavender or you could use tea tree oil or geranium oil for tick protection), 14 oz. bottle of witch hazel (available in grocery stores & pharmacies usually close to the rubbing alcohol), a spray bottle (or two–one for home and one for the diaper bag/car), a jar for mixing, and a funnel.