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How to remove set in stains with hydrogen peroxide, dawn and baking soda
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[Removing Stains] How to remove set in baby stains- Hydrogen peroxide, dawn, and baking soda
How to remove set in baby stains- Hydrogen peroxide, dawn, and baking soda @Sarah Chintomby Fuqua-Eaves -finally! Hope it works so we can salvage all those used baby clothes!
YAAAY! How I am going to fix all my favorite ruined outfits! How to remove set in baby stains- Hydrogen peroxide, dawn, and baking soda. Homemade stain remover. Cleaner. Laundry.
how to remove set in baby stains - hydrogen peroxide, dawn, and baking soda. I'mgoing to try it on placemats with stubborn stains.
How to remove set in (think YEARS) stains from baby clothes using Dawn dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda. Tried this myself. Got out some baby food stains (been there for at least 7 years) and those it didn't get out completely, it lightened a lot. If treated again, they would probably lighten even more or come out completely. Would recommend!
Oven cleaner: 5 T baking soda, 4 T vinegar, 3 drops of Dawn and mix into a paste. Coat the oven, let sit for 15 min and scrub clean. Say NO to Fumes
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Not non-toxic due to using Dawn dish soap, but a far better oven cleaner to use. Oven cleaner: 5 T baking soda, 4 T vinegar, 3 drops of Dawn and mix into a paste. Coat the oven, let sit for 15 min and scrub clean.
Even though I have a self clean oven, I still have to do this from time to time! Oven cleaner: 5 T baking soda, 4 T vinegar, 3 drops of Dawn and mix into a paste. Coat the oven, let sit for 15 min and scrub clean. Say NO to Fumes
Oven cleaner: 5 T baking soda, 4 T vinegar, 3 drops of Dawn (or Legacy of Clean Dish Drops) and mix into a paste. Coat the oven, let sit for 15 min and scrub clean. Another great cleaning idea.. since regular over cleans smell so bad.
Baking Soda Oven Cleaner: Mix about a cup of baking soda with hot water until it starts to form a paste. Apply to the inside of your oven and let sit for at least an hour. Then just wipe clean with damp rag or sponge. You can reapply for a longer amount of time if you have some areas needing some extra help.
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Homemade Oven Cleaner: Mix together 1 tablespoon of dish soap, 1 tablespoon of vinegar and 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide in a bucket or bowl. Use a sponge and apply to the inside of the oven. Let the mixture sit for about an hour then just wipe clean with damp rag or sponge. Apply the oven cleaning solution with a sponge to the inside of the oven. Rinse well. Baking Soda Oven Cleaner: Mix about a cup of baking soda with hot water until it starts to form a paste. Apply to the inside of your oven and let sit for at least an hour. Then just wipe clean with damp rag or sponge. You can reapply for a longer amount of time if you have some areas needing some extra help. Salt and Baking Soda: For an even tougher mess, you can add a cup of salt to your cup of baking soda. Still adding enough hot water to make a paste. Apply the mixture to the inside of the oven and close the oven door. Turn the oven to 500-degrees and let sit for 1 hour. Then turn the oven off and allow to cool. Wipe clean with damp rag or sponge.
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DIY liquid laundry soap - easy and cheaper--my only question is if it makes colors fade or fabrics break down faster.
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This is the soap I use. I just make it heavy duty and add 1/2 bar soap, 1.5C each of borax and wash soda.
DIY liquid laundry soap ~~ easy and cheaper-- this is by far the best recipe for at home laundry soap the only difference is I add a half cup up scent booster with fels napth when im melting it and then I follow as directed smells amazing
Homemade Laundry Detergent (liquid form)...should give it a try
Homemade Oxy Clean Stain Remover 1 Cup Water 1/2 Cup Peroxide 1/2 Cup Baking Soda Soak Laundry For 20 Mins Then wash as normal.
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Homemade oxyclean- for stains. Homemade Oxy Clean 1 cup water 1/2 cup peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda
Homemade Oxy Clean recipe on the bottle :)
Homemade OxiClean (blog has been removed, but recipe is visible in the image!): 1 cup water 1/2 cup peroxide 1/2 c baking soda Soak laundry x 20 minutes and launder as usual
Homemade stain remover Me: Recipe right there... NO LINK. - 1 cup water - 1/2 cup (hydrogen) peroxide - 1/2 cup baking soda LABEL CONTAINER :) I have made the peroxide / baking soda paste...it works well, QUITE well. A spray would be fantastic too. The paste dries out quickly, be ready to add more peroxide to adjust. I think I'll head into Costco for the large package of peroxide I passed on earlier (choosing a 500ml bottle instead...Silly Me!!! )
Homemade Oxy Clean: 1 cup water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda
Washing your washer. Another pinner said: Seriously easy, no wonder our clothes were not getting clean... after the second soak, the water was GROSS!!! -- pin now, look later
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Clean top loading washing machine. Get a clean washer : Pinner said.....The color of the water after the vinegar soak...the horror. WHAT has been IN my machine??
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Clean top loading washing machine. I've heard good things! I'll do it this weekend.... add it to the list! lol!
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DIY Laundry Detergent - 6 ingredients, cost you about $28 a year, this recipe makes a batch that will last a year!
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I don't know. I may have to try this when we're in OR next year. :) DIY Laundry Detergent- smells wonderful, leaves towels fluffier, and is very inexpensive. I;'ve pinned several recipes, but this one seems to be the one that makes the most sense. I'm going to try making this next weekend!
DIY Laundry Detergent- what I (Shana) find attractive about this particular recipe is that it uses whole boxes of ingredients, which is a time saver for measuring, etc. I'd skip the fabric softener addition but again mixing up a HUGE portion sounds so appealing. I <3 homemade laundry soap.
DIY Laundry Detergent - 6 ingredients, cost you about $28 a year, this recipe makes a batch that will last a year! I'll try this one next time with the fabric softener.
DIY Laundry Detergent - 6 ingredients, cost you about $28 a year, this recipe makes a batch that will last a year! - Has anyone actually tried this homemade detergent? I'm intrigued, but would love some first-hand info . . .
I have pinned quite a few laundry detergent recipes, but this one sounds the best. Homemade laundry detergent with fabric softener. I'm totally going to try this!
Keep this in mind if you start seeing lots of spiders around your place. Natural spider killer or preventer... take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put it into a spray bottle and spray along the outside of your outside door and along windows; refresh after it rains.
Keep this in mind if you start seeing lots of spiders around your place. Natural spider killer or preventer... take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put it into a spray bottle and spray along the outside of your outside door and along windows;
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Natural Spider Killer - 1 c vinegar, 1 c pepper powder, 1 t oil, 1 t liquid soap. In spray bottle, spray outside around doors and windows ~ I HATE SPIDERS!! DIE SPIDER DIE!!
ONLY use this and it leaves floor spotless. (Heavy duty floor cleaner recipe: ¼ cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap ¼ cup baking soda 2 gallons tap water , very warm.)
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leaves floor spotless. (Heavy duty floor cleaner recipe: cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap cup baking soda 2 gallons tap water, very warm.) It leaves everything smelling amazing.
WOW.......This is one organized car, done by a mom who got tired of never having what she needed. She even tells you what's in each compartment and why.
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It is scary how much of this stuff I still carry with me...love her ideas and that looks like my van WOW.......This is one organized car, done by a mom who got tired of never having what she needed. She even tells you what's in each compartment and why.
dollar store car organization. Tons of great ideas. Melissa, you8 might like this since you have a new van.
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I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! My car organizer. It keeps the floor nice and clean and the car organized. Brilliant idea! Tips for Road Trips: Trunk Organization
Organize your van kid style! Nice ideas to keep on hand and how to store it.
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Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink.
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How To Clean Your Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink. Step-by-step guide What You Need Liquid dishwashing soap Distilled white vinegar Baking Soda Rock salt Lemon or lime Ice Old rag Toothbrush Nylon or soft sponge
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Wow! I can't wait to use the process on my stainless steel kitchen sink! Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink.
Clean stainless steel sink = Wet sink & sprinkle on baking soda. Work into a paste, scrub & rinse thoroughly. Use a toothbrush soaked with a mild soap for the drain & faucet. Rinse, repeat, & wipe with a soft rag until the rag comes clean. Line the entire sink with paper towels soaked in white vinegar. Leave for 20 minutes. Saturate sponge with soapy water & clean the sink, then rinse. Once finished, thoroughly rinse once more time and dry with a soft rag.
Cheaper, cleaner, and SAFER than laundry soap!
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cute dispenser idea and LOVE the grater!!!---oh and how to make homemade laundry detergent
From Blog Frugally Green: Homemade laundry soap with a great idea for a dispenser on the blog.
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Homemade Dish Detergent 3 cups Borax (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 3 cups washing soda- NOT BAKING SODA (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 1 and 1/2 cup salt 1 and 1/2 cup Lemi-Shine (or entire 12 ounce bottle)…
DIY dish detergent... Ingredients you’ll need: 3 cups Borax (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 3 cups washing soda- NOT BAKING SODA (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 1 and 1/2 cup salt 1 and 1/2 cup Lemi-Shine (or entire 12 ounce bottle)… Simply mix all your ingredients together And use 2 tbsp per dishwasher load
DIY Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Ingredients you’ll need: 3 cups Borax (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 3 cups washing soda- NOT BAKING SODA (found in the laundry detergent aisle, under $4 at Wal-mart) 1 and 1/2 cup salt 1 and 1/2 cup Lemi-Shine (or entire 12 ounce bottle)… you can use citric acid but I found it more expensive- $7 for a 4 oz bottle
Trying a new recipe for homemade dishwasher soap.
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Will have to try these out
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Clean almost anything with fabric softener sheets. I used one on the kitchen sink and then wiped it away with a paper towel. I can see my reflection it is so shiny and clean. http://www.curbly.com/m/1602-25-alternative-uses-for-fabric-softener-dryer-sheets
25 Uses of Dryer Sheets! 1.Dusting: used dryer sheets can knock the dust off nearly any surface, including furniture, blinds, car interiors, baseboards/molding. Also works for on saw dust and drywall compound. 2.Keep bugs away: Tuck some in your picnic basket or under lawn furniture to repel bees from your juicy flesh and encourage them back to the flowers, where they belong. You can also rub a sheet directly on your bare skin to discourage would- be buggers from leaving their mark. 3.Keep your clothes fresh: tuck a few fabric-sheets in your drawers to keep that “˜just-washed’ smell happening for weeks. Throw one in your dirty clothes hamper to prevent any rampant, residual odors from escaping into your bedroom. 4.Scrub your showers: Lightly wet a used dryer sheet, and scrub to remove soap build-up and mineral deposits. 5.Freshen your home: Place (or tape) a dryer sheet on your HVAC vents to scent the air circulating through your home. You can even place one alongside your filter in your central heating unit to distribute the scent. Also works on ceiling fans, and on the back of box/portable fans. 6.Reduce static cling: Pat your self with a sheet to combat static on your clothes, stockings, and even long hair! 7.De-stink your pets: Scrub incoming dogs or cats (especially wet ones) with a dryer sheet before the come back into your home. You can also place one in your litter box to cut down on odors. 8.Clean your laundry room: When you finish drying a load, hold on to the dryer sheet, and wipe down the inside of your dryer’s drum, your lint trap, the outside of your washing machine and dryer, and scrub away any excess or spilt laundry detergent. 9.Scrub the bugs from your car: Summer drives often equal insect gut polka dots all over your auto’s body and windshield. Simply wet your car down, and use a dryer sheet to scrub away carnage with ease. 10.Wipe up hair: The cling of a dryer sheet is perfect to wipe up pet hair from your furniture, or even your own hair from your bathroom. 11.In your shoes: Toss a dryer sheet in the toes of your shoes to minimize odors and prolong the just-purchased smell. 12.While traveling: Place a few dryer sheets in between items in your suitcase to keep both your clothes fresh and to prevent your items from picking up any mustiness from old luggage. 13.In your crafts: Use dryer sheets to add texture to cards, scrapbooks, etc. Also use for reinforcement in appliquÃ© and quilting work. 14.For diapers: Keep your used dryer sheets in your diaper bag, and roll one up in the diaper to prevent odors before you have to chance to throw it away. 15.In the kitchen: Soak cookware with burnt or baked-on food in warm water, with a dryer sheet or two. Makes clean-up easier than you’d expect. Also works on cook tops and dingy cabinet doors. 16.Clean paint brushes: Soak your used paintbrushes in warm water with a dryer sheet, and that pesky latex paint will come off in under a minute. 17.In books: placing a dryer sheet in new books or photo albums will keep them smelling fresh, and can combat the musty paper smell of used or old books. Also works as a killer bookmark. 18.In toilet paper: Roll up a dryer sheet in your toilet paper roll. Each time you spin, it releases a little freshness into your bathroom. 19.As you sleep: keep a fabric-softener sheet in your pillow case and under your mattress or mattress pad for sweet dreams of summer all year “˜round. 20.While sewing: use a dryer sheet to store your needles while threaded to keep them from tangling, for paper piecing whilst you quilt, and for backing for embroidery. 21.Repel rodents: Use dryer sheets to keep out mice, skunks, squirrels, rats, etc from your basement, garages, boats, campers, and clubhouses. 22.In your car: stash dryer sheets under your car seats and floor mats, and in your glove box and trunk for fresh scents as you travel. 23.At work: Hide dryer sheets in drawers, behind computers, and in cabinetry to keep your workspace fresh, and combat your co-workers awful perfume or stale cigarette scent. 24.In you vacuum cleaner: Place a dryer sheet in your vacuum bag or dust containment unit. As the hot air moves as you vacuum, you’ll bulk up your cleaning efforts. (Make sure this is in NO WAY a fire hazard) 25.In storage: tuck dryer sheets in your rarely used items such as luggage, camping gear, sports equipment, or specialty craft or kitchen items to prevent the inevitable smells of basements, attics, and garages.
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LAUNDRY - Homemade SHOUT STAIN REMOVER #DIY #cleaning #laundry
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Homemade laundry stain remover. 2/3 cup dish detergent 2/3 cup ammonia 6 Tbsp baking soda 2 cups warm water
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Laundry stain remover Homemade Stain Remover (Shout) 2/3 cups Dawn Dishwashing Liquid (I had Palmolive on hand, so that's what I used) 2/3 cups ammonia 6 Tblsp baking soda 2 cups warm water Mix everything together and pour into a spray bottle.
Homemade baby wipes...I may have to look into trying this! (Even if its just to clean up the kids hands when they are dirty)
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