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Remove Hard Water Deposits with just two ingredients: salt & cleaning vinegar. http://www.madefrompinterest.net/2014/03/remove-hard-water-deposits/

Remove Hard Water Deposits

Remove Hard Water Deposits with just two ingredients! Cleaning vinegar and salt. (not regular vinegar) Make a paste-Apply your vinegar and salt paste to the areas affected by the hard water deposits and let sit for about minutes.

It sounds crazy, but it works! A quick and easy DIY carpet cleaner and deodorizer.

Homemade Carpet Cleaner and Deodorizer DIY

It sounds crazy, but it works! A quick and easy DIY carpet cleaner and deodorizer. 2 cups corn meal and 1 cup Borax will have your carpet looking and smelling great

How many times have I wished there were some sort of nail support while I hammered those small nails! Perfect solution!

New Uses for Things in the Bathroom

Clothespin Nail Holder This is an easy life hack for people who love doing DIY projects. There are times when it is hard to hold the nail while hammering. You can use a clothespin to hold the nail. That way you will not risk pounding on your fingers.

How To Refill Your Oil Plug-ins

How to Make Homemade Scented Oil Plug-In Refills - So glad I saw this! I use glade plug ins all the time!

apply cooking spray to shovel before clearing away snow, and it will slide right off instead of building up :) Mike will appreciate this!

50 All-Time Favorite New Uses for Old Things

cooking spray as an ice repellent. Before clearing snow off a driveway, liberally spray both sides of a plastic or metal shovel with cooking spray. The ice will slide right off the oily surface. It's the easiest trick for smoother snow removal.

The Complete {Photo} Guide to Making Your Own Homemade Laundry Detergent | One Good Thing by Jillee

The Complete {Photo} Guide to Making Your Own Homemade Laundry Detergent

The Complete {Photo} Guide to Making Your Own Homemade Laundry Detergent. I make this and it saves a ton of money on pre-made, purchased laundry soap. And it works great!

How to clean your microfiber couch (or sofa).  :-)

How To Clean Your Microfiber Furniture The Safe And Easy Way

How to clean your microfiber couch (or sofa). - in case we ever wind up with one though we would love brown leather :) (Or just use a baby wipe or throw the cushion covers in the washer and hang dry!

homemade stamp cleaner and scrubber

"The Frugal Crafter Cleans Up" article on how to make your own stamp cleaner - from the Lily Pad cards website. 8 oz spritzer bottle 2 Tablespoons of liquid glycerin 1 Tablespoon of baby shampoo Distilled water 1 teaspoon of Rosewater (optional)

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