22 Everyday Products You Can Easily Make From Home (for less!)
After doing a ton of research, I discovered that most of the popular homemade products are extremely easy to make, require less than 5 ingredients, are a fraction of the cost, and are SO much better for your health!
If you haven’t found out yet, I’ve recently fallen in love with essential oils (and in turn have filled my Pinterest and Instagram feed with different uses for essential oils)! A few weeks ago I finally got my starter kit in the mail and have been addicted to finding new ways to use these guys! While I …
One tablespoon of classic Dawn liquid – the blue stuff One cup of hydrogen peroxide Dab onto stain with a clean cloth or sponge. Try it? According to WardrobeOxygen: This can remove red wine, blood, yellowed stains from sweat and deodorant, grass, even stains that have been laundered and are old. I have since used it on heavier duty fabrics with an old clean toothbrush, and have poured it directly on to stains to pretreat before washing.
Staining your carpet is the worst! Luckily, this is the perfect homemade solution for carpet stains! This DIY carpet stain remover is so easy and fast, plus it's all natural. It only takes 30 seconds to remove the stain, and costs less than 30 cents. I couldn't ask for more in a homemade carpet stain remover.
Amazing home-made stain remover: 1 cup of water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide (can get from the dollar store) 1/2 cup baking soda 1/2 cup white vinegar (to help whiten and soften the load) Fill a container with almost-boiling water. Add in a generous amount of the home-made oxy-clean and a good squirt of liquid dishwashing soap. Make sure the clothes are fully submerged. Let it sit for a minimum of four hours. Pour the clothes and extra liquid into your washing machine and wash as usual.
At Last! Rid Your Home of Those Hard Water Stains the Smart Way
Hard Water Sink cleaner What you need: Spray bottle 1/4 cup of lemon juice Liquid dish soap White vinegar What you do: Fill the empty spray bottle halfway up with vinegar. Add 1/4 cup of lemon juice. Fill the remaining space with your choice of liquid dish soap. Leave about 2 inches in the top for mixing. Shake the bottle and soak those stubborn stains.
DIY Laundry Stain Bar - Natural Homemade Wash and Stain Soap Recipe - To use simply dampen the bar of soap and/or fabric and rub onto soiled or stained spot before washing. For deep set in stains allow to set several hours to overnight.
Laundry supply shelf. Make laundry day easier with this shelf for all your detergents, stain removers and other supplies. Build this simple organizer from 1x10 and 1x3 boards. If you have a basement laundry room, you may need to cut an access through the shelves for your dryer exhaust.
Ultimate Spot & Stain Remover! Blogger stated works on dried on stains-removes blood and just about everything You will need: 1 part Dawn Dish Detergent 2 parts Peroxide just mix up enough for your stain, peroxide should be fresh when you use it or it loses its bubbling power the longer it sits... For more scrubbing power, add some Baking Soda