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My last post on vinegar was so greatly viewed that I decided to view some more sites to come up with more uses for vinegar. Compile this list with my previous list of 45 Uses for Vinegar and you now have 95!
Over the years my stainless steel toaster has built up a sticky skin that I couldn’t get rid of…until today!!
I have never found a good solution to removing the cooked-on grime on my oven glass.
If I were to write a love ballad, it would be all about baking soda. It might go something like, “ White as snow/ and powdered fine/ clean anything/ to make you mine
I’ve been meaning to do this post for awhile now….but I kept discovering MORE and MORE ingenious/useful/simple/brilliant/creative ways to use Baking Soda …that I just kept adding to my LONG list!!
I get a lot of emails asking about my cleaning schedule after I wrote about my typical day on Joanna's blog .
Several years ago, as I was spraying some household cleaner on my kitchen countertops, it occurred to me as I inhaled the strong fumes that they were probably settling in my water glass that sat nearby! And did I really want all this toxic residue on the surfaces on which my children ate, leaned, and played? Having read a bit about the effectiveness of good old vinegar as a cleaning agent and disinfectant, I dug out a spray bottle and poured some in.
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..is usually sexy and almost never about how clean or dirty your pillows actually are. I’ve investigated the situation and demonstrate the proper way to clean your pillows (watch the video below!), an often overlooked cleaning task. There’s also a fairly interesting quick test which will let you know when it is time to replace your pillows. If they pass the test – then you can use the cleaning method explained to clean your pillows, quickly and easily!
I try to avoid using chemical cleaners if at all possible. With the exception of one product (a terribly toxic substance that seems to be the only solution to wiping out the ring of dirt and hard water around the tub - might anyone have a natural remedy to this problem?), everything in our cleaning cupboard is safe to use and wouldn't kill our children if they were to accidentally ingest it.
Unleash the power of white vinegar―an all-purpose cleaner, brightener, herbicide and more. Just a bit of this multitasker, straight up or mixed with water, can replace many pricier products huddled under your sink. Try these tips to see how vinegar can make your life cheaper and easier.
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Very few people truly enjoy spending time cleaning, and fewer still love buying expensive cleaners for every little task. Here's a handful of clever, time-saving DIY substitutes for common household cleaning jobs. Photo by epicture . We've already shown you 10 tricks MacGyver would be proud of , but how about when the Mac comes home to a dirty apartment? We'd like to think he might use the following cleaning methods: 10.