background preloader

Maison

Facebook Twitter

Forget expensive cleaning products, use a POTATO to clean your house: Expert reveals the science behind foods that tackle rust, limescale and stains. For decades, food items have been touted as substitutes to expensive household cleaning products.

Forget expensive cleaning products, use a POTATO to clean your house: Expert reveals the science behind foods that tackle rust, limescale and stains

And now a cleaning expert has revealed the science behind why certain foods are so useful for tackling rust, removing stains and tightening cracks in wood. This ranges from potatoes, banana skins, brazil nuts, vinegar to mayonnaise. A cleaning expert has revealed which food items can be used as substitutes to expensive cleaning products, and also the science behind why they are so effective. For example, potatoes are effective at removing rust because the oxalic acid reacts with baking soda to dissolve the hydrated iron oxides Bananas: Wipe the inside of the banana skin on the spot of leather that needs to be cleaned. Cola: Pour into the toilet bowl and leave to sit for an hour to allow the acid to take effect. Tomato ketchup: Good for cleaning brass, copper and silver elements.

Mayonnaise: Ideal for removing marks on wood. A Striking Minimalist Guest Apartment in Prague. 20 great Herb Garden Ideas. If cooking is your thing, then you should keep reading this material.

20 great Herb Garden Ideas

It comes a time when you are fed up with running out of important herbs right in the middle of your brand new recipe. But what can you do? Buying a whole lot of the product and store it in the pantry is not a viable solution: you want it to be fresh because the flavor of the dish should be enhanced in this manner. So the option of starting your own herb garden is obvious. Don’t worry if you don’t have a large garden or even a yard at all, because with herbs you can do great in your apartment as well. 1.Indoor Wall Planter more details here… 2. Source 3. 4. 5. Donner une deuxième vie à des objets pour avoir une top décoration. Connexion | rechercher: petitpetitgamin.com >

Donner une deuxième vie à des objets pour avoir une top décoration

ABOUT. Hi there and thanks for visiting my blog!

ABOUT

My name is Bea Johnson. Since embarking on the Zero Waste lifestyle, my life and that of my family has completely changed... for the better. We not only feel happier, we lead more meaningful lives, based on experiences instead of stuff, and action instead of inaction. Today, my goal is to shatter pre-conceptions associated with the Zero Waste lifestyle and share what we have discovered about its incredible health, financial and time savings benefits! I participate in media and speaking engagements to share my stories and tips and provide home consulting services on decluttering, living simply and waste reduction.

Living simply and waste-free offer countless advantages. Covoiturage Outaouais. Home - Ferme Hendrick Farm. Beautiful, sustainable, luxury holiday accommodation in West Sussex. Étape 2 : Ai-je les moyens d’accéder à la propriété? Comment savoir si vous êtes prêt sur le plan financier à devenir propriétaire?

Étape 2 : Ai-je les moyens d’accéder à la propriété?

La deuxième étape vous permettra, par des calculs simples, d'évaluer votre situation financière et de connaître le prix maximum que vous devriez considérer. Dynasimple. Sustainable Green Buildings - Earthship Biotecture. Solution Era. Le Walipini? Oui, c’est une serre souterraine pour cultiver toute l’année! Terre – Social : Pour quelques 250 euros, il est possible de construire une serre souterraine qui vous permettra de jardiner toute l’année durant, malgré et au-delà du froid.

Le Walipini? Oui, c’est une serre souterraine pour cultiver toute l’année!

Cette serre s’appelle un Walipini ou Walipinas. Le Walipini est une alternative abordable et efficace aux serres en verre. Tout d’abord développée il y a 20 ans pour les régions montagneuses froides d’Amérique du Sud, cette méthode permet aux agriculteurs du monde entier de maintenir un potager productif toute l’année, même lorsque le climat est froid. (src) © Benson Institute Si vous voulez en construire un, je vous propose un guide gratuit (PDF)>>> Clic Clic Clic En outre, j’ai trouvé un site très très très complet qui devraient répondre à beaucoup de questions.

Il est en anglais mais vous pouvez traduire le texte en passant par Google Chrome ou par Firefox… Clic droit et traduction de la page. Voici une réalisation formidable en Bolivie. Voici une autre utilité du walipini, hélas… Sur le même thème 6 novembre 2013. Ra/ Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Home on the Range House Tour. Name: Christopher Smith & Merete Mueller Location: Hartsel, Colorado Size: 127 square feet Years lived in: 3 months; Own Christopher and Merete own a tiny house on some of the most beautiful land in Colorado.

Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Home on the Range House Tour

One hundred miles southwest of Denver, fifteen minutes down a gravel road just outside Hartsel, sits a 127 square foot home. It's cozy, efficient and costs hardly anything to power, but most importantly: it's theirs. Christopher always wanted to own a home in the mountains but never realized how near the possibility was until he started reading about the "Tiny House Movement". A filmmaker and graphic designer (who had never before built anything), Christopher welcomed the challenge of designing and fabricating his very own home from scratch. Christopher and Merete spend as much time as they can in their tiny home and hope to someday soon make it their permanent residence.