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    Get rid of the hard water ring around your toilet bowl! Use 2 cups of vinegar and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of baking soda and stains will sizzle away!

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    upside down drawer pulls for chalk holders

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    Crockpot Coffee Kitchen Soap tutorial

    Heart, Hands, Home: Crockpot Coffee Kitchen Soap--Tutorial

    Erase hard water stains with a lemon...and other tips to naturally clean your bathroom.

    Broccoli Cupcake

    Hot Vinegar and Dawn Soap! 1 cup of HOT Vinegar (microwave 1-2 min) and 1 cup of blue DAWN liquid soap. Shake into bottle and creates a gel that is OUT OF THIS WORLD! Thank you Pinterest!

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    DIY Homemade Grout Cleaner

    Accessorize and Organize: DIY Homemade Grout Cleaner

    DIY Dryer Sheets

    How To Make Homemade Dryer Sheets

    14 Bleach-Free Surface Disinfectants

    14 Bleach-Free Surface Disinfectants: Recipes :

    Peroxide gets rid of mold and mildew that appears in the grout of your tub/shower--and some other homemade cleaning tips!

    Natural Cleaning - Sew Like My Mom

    Wood Butter

    Wood Butter - A Recipe for Your Utensils! - Creative Culinary

    How to clean your glass cooktop

    How to clean your glass cooktop using baking soda and water

    The only SPOT REMOVER you may ever need ~ Mix one part Dawn dish washing liquid with two parts hydrogen peroxide; pour or spray it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC.

    Style Secret: The Only Spot Remover You'll Ever Need

    Shoe rack--simple and effective

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    I HAVE to try this!! Clean your shower and tubs (or tile) Instructions 1. Halve Grapefruit: 1 medium to large grapefruit will clean your entire bath or shower from top to bottom, including all the fixtures. Simply cut it in half with a knife and you'll be all set. 2. Sprinkle With Salt: Using 1 grapefruit half at a time, sprinkle liberally with salt. Wet your bathtub and sprinkle the remaining salt around the bottom. 3. Take That Scrubbing Bubbles!Scrub your grapefruit around your shower or tub, making sure to slightly "juice" the citrus over each fixture and lifting it every few seconds to pick up fresh salt from around the tub instead of just pushing it around. 4. Rinse: When all is said and done, simply rinse away the pulpy bits and the salt and your shower is as good as new. Not only is it clean, it will smell so fantastic you'll want to curl up in it and read a book. Ok, probably not, but you get the idea! Additional Notes: This technique will get thick grime and dirt rings off your shower area and does amazing work on cast iron tubs especially. You can also use this method to clean your sinks, toilets, tile and more — it just depends on how grapefruit crazy you want to get!

    How To Naturally Clean a Bathtub with Grapefruit and Salt — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

    Martha Stewart's Tub Scrub--

    Tub Scrub

    Mod Podge is crazy expensive. Make it yourself.

    do it yourself divas: DIY: Decoupage

    DIY Room Spray

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    How {and why} to wash your windows.

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    To get your drain running again (without resorting to chemicals worthy of a hazmat suit) pour ½ cup soda, then ½ cup vinegar, down a clogged drain. Cover it with a wet cloth, wait 5 minutes, uncover, and flush with steaming-hot water.

    Surprising Cleaning New Uses

    Vinegar as Sticker Remover - Dislodge a stubborn price sticker. Paint with several coats of vinegar, let it sit for five minutes, then wipe away.

    Surprising Cleaning New Uses

    homemade liquid washing detergent. $6 for 576 loads.

    Why Not Sew?: How to Make Homemade Laundry Detergent

    pallet sectional nice

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    Homemade dish detergent..

    Homemade Dishwasher Detergent - Live Renewed

    DIY Outdoor Chaise Lounge

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    homemade airfreshner

    The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking