Grout Cleaner - 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup ammonia (or lemon juice) and 1/4 cup vinegar. I'll be trying this out in my bathrooms.

Unclogging Drains without harsh chemicals! Drop a couple of alka seltzer tablets into a slow drain and follow with a vinegar chaser. After a few minutes, rinse with hot water. Your drain will be as good as new.

Household tips.  Check this out! Lots of different uses for numerous household items.  Toothpaste to rid your hands of garlic or onion odor.  Use a hair dryer to remove crayon marks & wax spills.  Untangle stubborn knots using cornstarch.  And many, many more.

Household tips. Check this out! Lots of different uses for numerous household items. Toothpaste to rid your hands of garlic or onion odor. Use a hair dryer to remove crayon marks & wax spills. Untangle stubborn knots using cornstarch. And many, many more.

\ Here’s the recipe:First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.If you leave that jar alone for a few hours, the fruit flies will come. TRUST ME. THEY WILL COME. Check

The best solution is cool product called Pour-N-Restore. It goes on as a liquid and dries into a powder. The company's website claims that the product soaks into the concrete and pulls up embedded oil stains, capturing them in the dry powder. Whatever it does, it works! I've used it several times on my driveway and I can't even tell where the stains were.

Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Search