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homemade weed killer. Simple to make, no harsh chemicals, and will cost less then you will pay in the store for something similar. Mix 1/2 gallon of Apple Cider Vinegar, 1/4 c table salt and 1/2 tsp Dawn liquid dish soap and pour into a spray bottle. Then just spray weeds thoroughly.

Pros and cons of using vinegar as a weed killer. Interesting.

NEED PROOF THAT VINEGAR IS A WEED-TERMINATOR? Just look at the weeds growing along a pea-stone path in my Herb Garden. These were photographed yesterday afternoon, just moments before I sprayed them with cheap, undiluted, store-brand white vinegar. Here’s what all that greenery looked like this morning:

DIY Weed Killer Trick! ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com - you'll love this little natural tip to say so long to those pesky weeds! #thefrugalgirls

Uses for White vinegar weed killer (spray generously on all parts of weeds, works best for weeds that get sunlight) dishwasher additive (put in place of spot remover liquid) Glass Cleaner (combined with a few drops of Dawn) Fabric Softener (6:3:2 hot water:vinegar:hair conditioner, mix water and conditioner first then add vinegar)

Weed killer: 1 gallon vinegar, 2 cups epsom salt, 1/4 cup dish soap

10 homemade weed killers

Great, and SUPER CHEAP, weed killing tips and tools. Spent an hour yesterday pulling weeds, and WILL NOT be doing that again! Who knew you were spending about 99% too much on at store weed killer chemicals?!?

Homemade Earth-Friendly Weed Preventer *Works best on a sunny, warm, preferably hot, day. Nasty weeds require two applications. A different helpful idea: Ant Hill tip: Mix equal amounts baking soda & sugar. Spread around ant hill. The ants are attracted to the sugar but bring both back to the colony. They can't digest the baking soda. Have used this for many years and it really works