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Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains!

The Only Spot Remover You'll Ever Need- One part Dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. Pour the mixture directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC. (Particularly tough stain, can add baking soda & scrub.)

28 Ways To Use Dawn Dish Soap That Will Make Your Life Easier

ORIGINAL BLUE DAWN . . . IT’S NOT JUST FOR DISHES ANYMORE! Bubbles, Greasy Hair problems, Hair product buildup, manicures, repel insects and bugs, clean windows, wash the dog, clean automotive tools, make pliable ice packs, shower cleaner, repel ants, unclog toilets, clean cloth diapers, clean pools, helps with poison ivy, cleans driveways, helps with oily skin, facial cleaner, multi-purpose cleaner, laundry pre-treater, non-toxic lubricant, de-icer for sidewalks, eyeglass de-fogger, and…

DIY Goo Gone

DIY Goo Gone It’s like magic in a jar!! (Or in my case a Glad Tupperware!!) The recipe is one part vegetable oil for every two parts of baking soda, all you do is stir together and start removing the junk! Don’t have too much fun now!

Homemade Dishwasher Soap (Not Detergent)

http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/2012/03/homemade-dishwasher-soap-not-detergent.html Very interesting

2 part hydrogen peroxide to 1 part Dawn (original blue) will take the stains out of almost ANYTHING...even if they're old stains!

Recipes for every kind of home made cleaners...better for you and the environment and save lots of money in the process. - Continued!

THE best stain remover ever. Even for old stains. Every mom needs this recipe - 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part baking soda and 1 part dish detergent

25 DIY Green Cleaning Recipes For the Whole House!

There was a time (many years ago now) when I defined effective cleaning by how the air smelled. It's not really clean unless I can smell the chemicals! Thankfully, that is no longer the standard by which I measure the cleaning prowess of the solutions I'm using. In fact, I now do everything in my power to avoid those toxic chemicals I believe are harmful to my health and the health of the environment. Why? Because you can make your own cleaners with items from your pantry that work just as…

1 Container with an airtight lid 4 sponges cut in half (from $1 store) 1 cup of your favorite fabric softener 2 cups water WHAT TO DO: Mix the water and fabric softener in plastic container. Add the cut sponges so they can soak in the mixture. When ready to use, squeeze the excess liquid from 1 sponge and place into the dryer with your wet clothes. Run the dryer cycle as normal. Once complete place the now dry sponge back into the container of liquid for use next time.