Homemade bath salts. in a large bowl, mix to combine: 6 parts coarse sea salt; 3 parts epsom salts, and 1 part baking soda. Add a few drops of essential oils, and combine. Add a few drops of food coloring, until you achieve the desired shade. #bathsalts #easy #diy #spaday
All-purpose Cleaner 1/2 C. vinegar* (a great disinfectant) 1 tsp. borax (add water softening properties) 1 tsp. liquid soap (use castille or dish detergent) 2 tsp. baking soda (add disinfecting and odor removing) 15 drops Tea Tree essential oil (a great antibacterial-antimicrobial oil) (Or use your favorite essential oil) warm water
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 Make Liquid Soap- completely homemade, not from commercial bar soap. Has recipes for Moisturizing Hand Soap, Moisturizing Shampoo and a All-Around Home Cleaning Soap that she uses for laundry, dishes & in the dishwasher as well. The soap is made in the crockpot!! I think food supplies need soap supplies. Great way to learn and add to your own storage.