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How to Clean Your Front-Loading Washing Machine

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DIY Reusable Cleaning Rags adapted from Camp Wander • 3 cups hot water • 2 Tbls castile soap • 1 cup vinegar • 1 Tbls borax • 20 drops essential oils (I used 10 drops of Lavender and 10 drops of Melaleuca for their antibacterial, antiseptic and antifungal properties.)

Make Your Own Reusable Cleaning Rags - One Good Thing by Jillee

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Quick Tip: Rain-X On Your Shower Door - Rain-X slogan: “Not just for cars.” I followed the application instructions and it works like a dream. The shower spray beads up and runs down, so much less water stays and dries on the glass door. Now I can ignore that squeegee with a clean conscience.

Quick Tip: Rain-X On Your Shower Door | The Manly Housekeeper

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The Best Way to Clean Oil Splatters - Put a couple of drops of mineral oil on a paper towel, wipe the paper towel over the greasy surface, and watch that gunk come right off!

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Fizzy Toilet Bombs • 1 ⅓ cup baking soda • ½ cup citric acid • 1 tsp water • 30 drops Lavender essential oil • 30 drops Peppermint essential oil • 30 drops Lemon essential oil

Fizzy "Toilet Freshener Bombs" - One Good Thing by Jillee

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Kitchen Cabinet Gunk Remover • 1 part vegetable oil • 2 parts baking soda

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All purpose cleaner for kitchens, bathrooms, windows, etc. Your windows will sparkle! I even use it on my laminate flooring.

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Monthly deep cleaning schedule--good plan, I need one like this.

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Fridge Mats from $2 Placemats

Fridge Mats from $2 Placemats - 2 Little Supeheroes

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How To Make Washing Soda From Baking Soda - Step 1: Preheat your oven to 400-450F. Spread 2-3 cups of baking across a baking pan or baking sheet. Step 2: Bake for about an hour, stirring well at least once around the halfway mark. The baking soda needs to reach 400F to convert to washing soda, so the exact amount of time needed will vary based on whether your oven runs hot/cold and how thick the baking soda layer is in your pan.

How To Make Washing Soda

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Clean Your Dishwasher & Remove Hard Water Deposits - 1/4 c. baking soda, 1/4 c. citric Acid, 10 drops of lemon oil. Mix well, dump in dishwasher. Start as normal and let run 2-5 min. Pause cycle and sit for at least 4 hr. Resume and allow to finish.

Clean Your Dishwasher & Remove Hard Water Deposits - Mom 4 Real

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DYI Laundry Soap

DIY Laundry Detergent | How Does She

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DYI Laundry Soap

DIY Laundry Detergent | How Does She

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Amazing Grout Cleaner - 7 cups warm water 1/2 cup baking soda 1/3 cup ammonia 1/4 cup vinegar

Unique. Just Like Everyone Else...: Amazing Grout Cleaner

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How to Clean a Top Loading Washing Machine

This Simple Home: How to Clean a Top Loading Washing Machine

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Garbage Disposal Refreshers •3/4 cup baking soda •1/2 cup salt •1/2 teaspoon liquid dish soap •1 lemon grated peel •3 Tbs. lemon juice •Measure and add the baking soda and salt to a small mixing bowl, and give a stir, ensuring the mixture isn't lumpy. Grate the lemon peel into the mixture along with adding the liquid dish soap. Squeeze juice into the mixture, stirring until the mixture resembles course sand. Use teaspoon measuring spoon to mold the half rounds. Allow to dry overnight.

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Pillows - throw the pillows themselves into the laundry (most are machine washable) once every three to six months to remove mold, bacteria, and odors.

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Ventilation Hood - Once a week, wipe down the hood with hot, soapy water to prevent the buildup of grease. Once a month, remove the filters and soak them in hot water and dishwashing liquid before gently scrubbing. Some filters can even be tossed into the dishwasher.

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Refrigerator Coils - Twice a year, clean the coils, either by vacuuming with the crevice attachment or using a refrigerator coil brush, sold at hardware stores. Be sure to unplug the refrigerator before you do this.

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Fan Vents - The fan in your bathroom sucks up moisture and a fair amount of dust as well. Remove the vent, soak it in soapy water, and scr...

12 Spots You Forgot to Clean! - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

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Books - Once a year, remove the books from the shelves and dust them along the spines and tops, making sure to flip through the pages; this discourages paper deterioration.

12 Spots You Forgot to Clean! - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

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Lightbulbs - Dusting lightbulbs can make rooms feel much brighter. Smart idea: Use a new paintbrush to wipe away the dust.

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Garbage Cans - Take it outside, rinse it with a hose, then use a long-handled brush to scrub the inside with a mixture of white vinegar and warm water. Rinse and let dry.

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