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from One Good Thing by Jillee

Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains!

THE ONLY STAIN REMOVER YOU WILL EVER NEED!!!! Mix 1 part DAWN Dishwashing Liquid with 2 parts HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (which I already have for making Miracle Cleaner with). For stubborn stains or for items that still have a stain after being laundered (including having gone thru a dryer already) USE some Baking Soda for the extra scrubbing element by spraying mixture first and then adding the baking soda on top of the spray and scrub. Let sit for 1 hour and then wash. The stain should be gone!

How To Recycle Old Bath Towels. We have a Swiffer at home that goes through the disposable pads like crazy. This is a great idea to save money on cleaning supplies.

from stain-removal-101.com

Removing Rust Stains From Bathtub: Natural Home Remedies

Make a paste of cream of tartar and vinegar to clean bathtub rust stains naturally {full recipe and instructions on Stain Removal 101}

from Passionate Penny Pincher

Homemade Fabric Softener

DIY Fabric Softener. 6 cups HOT water 3 cups white vinegar 2 cups Suave Refreshing Waterfall Conditioner {or other favorite scent} What You’ll Do: Mix conditioner & hot water well, until conditioner is dissolved completely. Add the vinegar, and mix well.

Blessing In A Bottle...............12 oz. of White Vinegar, 12 oz. of Dawn Dish soap, 1 tsp. of Laundry Detergent also known as "kitchen Magic" This stuff will get through anything, make your sink and shower shine like new, and save you when just about nothing else works. The laundry detergent is optional-I add it simply to cover some of the vinegar smell!

from Goop

Laundry Detergent Packs Citrus & Cedar

The magic of a laundry pod is its ease and lack of mess—no drips or spills involved. Seventh Generation’s hard-working version is great in both hot and cold wat

from What's up Fagans?

The Best and Worst Methods of Cleaning Stove Drip Pans

Great tutorial on how to clean your burner drip pan with baking soda, vinegar, and essential oils! It works! | whatsupfagans.com

from Homemaker Chic

How to Clean Stubborn Carpet Stains with an Iron and Vinegar

**did this on 3/23/13** IT WORKS!!! then cleaned the whole carpet by putting white vinegar instead of shampoo in the machine...my carpet looks new...WOW How to Clean Stubborn Carpet Stains with an Iron and Vinegar/Water Solution: Spray carpet with solution. Lay damp cloth over spot. Iron over it with steam iron. Stain is gone! This REALLY works!