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How to Renew Grout... even if it's totally disgusto!!!

How to Renew Grout... even if it's totally disgusto!

20 - vinegar uses

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How to Clean Limestone

How to Clean Limestone

How to Clean Your Burner Rings

How to Clean Your Burner Rings | Best DIY Tricks
  • Louise Wallis
    Louise Wallis

    Baking soda and vinegar works well too!

  • Robin Youmans
    Robin Youmans

    I will have to try this.

Cleaning out window tracks--vinegar does it again!

How to Clean Windows: Tips for Washing Windows & More - Ask Anna
  • Sally Rodgers
    Sally Rodgers

    we own some duplexes and the very best way to clean these out is with a steamer. I bought one at Aldi last year and now, I would not do with out it.

For us vinegar users, most of these we already know but there were a bunch I had never heard of... 45 uses for vinegar

45 Uses for Vinegar

Another pinner said:I've never been an all natural kinda girl, but these 8 changes to natural cleaning products for the house just transformed my house! This is definately a must have list! Recipes included.

Eight Ways to Ease into a Natural Home
  • Carole Bridges
    Carole Bridges

    When you have lots of allergies this stuff is great!!!!!

  • Bonita Easterling
    Bonita Easterling

    Thank you for sharing.

How To Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows

How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillows - One Good Thing by Jillee
  • Gypsy Priestess
    Gypsy Priestess

    I have long wondered why my mans pillow always turns yellow after a while and mine do not? ......

  • Rhea

    I am trying this tonight!

  • Julie Sawyer
    Julie Sawyer

    1 cup of bleach is harsh and can eat away the fabric. Clorox 2 might be a better alternative.

  • Rhea

    Good to know, thanks!

  • Roshelle Dewey
    Roshelle Dewey

    I have done this before and it does wash well but my pillows never seem to dry all the way. I have put them on a full dry cycle and even set them in the sun after but they are still pretty damp. (I have a new dryer and it works just fine drying everything else)

10 AMAZING Cleaning Solution DIY's!

10 Remarkable DIY Cleaning Solutions - Picklee
  • Elsita M
    Elsita M

    fantastic, thanks for sharing.

18 Ways to Deep Clean Your Home ~ Some really good ideas, pick one a day until the list is done.

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  • Terry Henderson
    Terry Henderson

    Need new ideas

how to "unshrink" clothes

How to Un-Shrink Clothes « The Krazy Coupon Lady

kill mold!!!Mix 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil per 1 cup of water. Spray onto the surface with mold and allow to dry, do not rinse. This will kill the mold spores without creating harsh chemical fumes as other cleaners, such as bleach, would.

Six in the Suburbs: for the home
  • Kay Aeby
    Kay Aeby

    We reccomend it for toenail fungus as well. Anxious to try on shower grout...

  • Charlotte Holland Amodeo
    Charlotte Holland Amodeo

    Does it get rid of the stain as well?

  • Fred Rodriguez
    Fred Rodriguez

    Mixed with a drop of lavender oil, al lite sray works well to sterilize and freshen mouth pieces for musical instruments.

  • Blessed by Design Interiors
    Blessed by Design Interiors

    I'm convinced that Tea Tree Oil & Coconut Oil are the 8th & 9th wonders of the world!

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The best-kept silver cleaning secret. Must remember this for next time!

The Best-Kept Silver Cleaning Secret Ever!

DIY Jewelry cleaner

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How to naturally clean a house after illness strikes: vinegar (straight is great, or use about 5:1 ratio with water for daily cleaning) hydrogen peroxide (50/50 with water in an opaque spray bottle) boiling water rubbing alcohol

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Aluminum foil dipped in water takes off rust!

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Lemons can help whiten. White damask napkins, linens, and even socks can be whitened on the stove: Fill a pot with water and a few slices of fresh lemon; bring the water to a boil. Turn off heat, add linens, and let soak for up to an hour; launder as usual. For extra brightening, spread them out in the sunlight to dry. Read more at Home Repairs – Martha Stewart

How to Wash and Remove Stains
  • Angel Wolford
    Angel Wolford

    I love this post- I know it works- But I giggle thinking about my husband coming home and lifting the lid and seeing socks/underwear cooking on the stove... lol!

Remove yellow underarm stains.... Mix hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Apply to stains, let soak for 30 minutes and wash like normal.

On the Spot: Removing Yellow Underarm Stains
  • Judy Hall
    Judy Hall

    I always do this under my arms!

  • Jennifer Carroll
    Jennifer Carroll

    Annalisa Hilliard ~ Perhaps this will help us! :)

  • Debbie Becvar
    Debbie Becvar

    This will not work on colored clothing will it?

  • Tami Mooney
    Tami Mooney

    I totally need to try this on my fave shirts!

white shirts

Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains! - One Good Thing by Jillee

Remove Permanent Marker using Toothpaste

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  • Point2

    Great tip!

  • Odonata Shana Nanna Noo
    Odonata Shana Nanna Noo

    So much better than removing the children.

  • Neatha Rose
    Neatha Rose

    This works!

deodorizing disks

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Powdered oxygen bleach, a scrub brush and some water are all you need to make tile and grout look like new.

Easy Tile Grout Cleaning | Ask the Builder
  • Karen Kendrick
    Karen Kendrick

    This works great! A little elbow grease is required at first, but with regular mopping using oxygen bleach (i.e. oxiclean) your grout stays looking like new! I can't stop looking at my kitchen floor, it looks like new!

Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."

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  • Cynthia Gallegos
    Cynthia Gallegos

    Those are the same ingredients that you would use to bath your pets in if they are sprayed by a skunk! Except you would put Dawn dishwashing liquid in it too. Just a helpful tip.

  • Susannah Duelfer
    Susannah Duelfer

    That is a lavette bottle.

  • Kathy Tenney
    Kathy Tenney

    How about using a funnel

  • Elizabeth Hatchett
    Elizabeth Hatchett

    Make sure you put it in plastic. When I was nine I exploded a glass bottle with that formula.

  • Lucy Bentley
    Lucy Bentley

    I am looking for some of those bottles for my shout recipe and other recipes. Thank you.

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Restore Old Shoes with Toothpaste

Restoring Old Sneakers

glass cleaner: 1 c. water 2 T. vinegar 2 T. rubbing alcohol 1 1/2 t. cornstarch

Homemade Window and Glass Cleaner - Andrea Dekker