homemade furniture dusting spray -- love using more natural cleaning products. Also putting recipes on labels so you don't have to look them up, genius!

Do it yourself cleaning products

homemade furniture dusting spray -- love using more natural cleaning products. Also putting recipes on labels so you don't have to look them up, genius!

The price of store bought windshield washer fluid is relatively low, but the toxicity is high. Luckily, this DIY version gets the job done, is cost-efficient, and is safe for you and the environment!

Make Your Own Cheaper & Greener Windshield Washer Fluid

The price of store bought windshield washer fluid is relatively low, but the toxicity is high. Luckily, this DIY version gets the job done, is cost-efficient, and is safe for you and the environment!

Homemade Fabric Softener (My clothes are SO soft - softer than with store-bought, and smell fresh and clean.  The scent of the conditioner is definitely there.  This recipe makes a lot of softener, so I only made half.)

Homemade Fabric Softener (My clothes are SO soft - softer than with store-bought, and smell fresh and clean. The scent of the conditioner is definitely there. This recipe makes a lot of softener, so I only made half.)

Fake Windex: 1 Empty Windex-sized Spray Bottle  1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia  1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol  1 Drop Laundry Detergent  Water - To Fill The Bottle

Fake Windex: 1 Empty Windex-sized Spray Bottle 1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia 1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol 1 Drop Laundry Detergent Water - To Fill The Bottle

DIY Drain-O:  1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

DIY Drain-O: 1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products...don't mix castile and vinegar

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products

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