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From 2,001 Amazing Cleaning Secrets Here's the scoop on what to clean and how often. Wanting to keep a clean home doesn't mean you have time to polish your silver every week. We spoke with cleaning experts who have both feet solidly planted in the real world and asked how often specific cleaning tasks really need to be done. Here's the scoop on what to clean and how often:
This is the ORIGINAL homemade laundry detergent recipe, all others only imitate what you’ll find here. This is a fun project that will save you money and help you rid your home of toxic chemical cleaners. When you’re done making this check out these other related articles: Note: No time or desire to make your own natural cleaners? Then we recommend buying these natural cleaner brands . When we first set out to make our own homemade laundry detergent we thought it would be difficult and time consuming, turns out it’s neither.
Sometimes the solutions to your problems are as close as your pantry shelf. For counter-top stains caused by coffee, tea, or juice spills, for instance, just grab that box of baking soda you usually reserve for your favorite cookie recipes. Then mix three parts baking soda with one part water to create a paste. Apply onto a damp sponge, making sure to scrub the stain vigorously. Allow to sit for 30 minutes and wipe clean. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
By admin on Aug 30, 2008 in Frugal Tip , Homemaking When I had four children under five years old (1979), I found that WD-40 removed crayons marks from wall! It was a thrilling discovery! A post on a message board gave 45 uses for WD-40. Some look suspicious, so I looked it up on Snopes (site to expose urban legends–the pace to go to check out the outrageous email everyone sends you).