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But I have to admit I have only tried some, not all. CLEANING PRODUCTS Dishwashing liquid Dishwasher soap powder Dishwasher liquid Disinfectant Liquid hand soap Laundry liquid HEALTH PRODUCTS Mouth wash Toothpaste Talcum powder Basic bath salts Head lice treatment Flea powder AROUND THE HOUSE PRODUCTS Shoe polish Waterproof glass glue Waterproofing canvas Water proofing leather for outdoor use Basic waterproof glue THE BASICS FOR MAKING MOST OF THESE PRODUCTS Sunlight soap Washing soda White vinegar Essential oils Herbs Good quality oil Baking soda Borax Ordinary soap Epsom salts Dishwashing liquid 1 Cup grated Sunlight soap ½ Cup water 1 Cup washing soda 1 Cup white wine vinegar Bring the water to the boil and add the grated soap.
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Happy Easter! The arrival of spring, however, is known as much for bunnies and daffodils as it is for thorough cleanings. So the timing seemed right to consider an ingredient that can disinfect your counters as effectively as it can dress your salad: vinegar. Basic household items like baking soda, toothpaste, lemons, and vinegar have long been used for purposes beyond the obvious. Go Green by Reusing Tea! Explore - Green. After I Saw This Video, I NEVER Bought Cough Medicine Again! According to the CDC, common colds are the main reason that children miss school and adults miss work.
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Some people are sceptical about using plants to repel insects, whilst others are 100% convinced of the insect repelling properties of many garden plants. The thing is – if you take natural plant based insect repellents out of the equation; the only really option is DEET based products. Natural Insect Pest Control: Safe, Non-Toxic Methods & Solutions. Natural Insect Pest Control: Safe, Non-Toxic Methods & Solutions. 9 Natural Ways To Keep Spiders Out Of Your Home. Want to be notified each time we publish a new blog post? Then make sure you like Natural Living Ideas on Facebook here where we share not only our blog posts, but the best natural living ideas from around the web. Image Credit: cheetah100 @ Flickr.
* Maria's Self *: DIY Toilet Bombs - Deodorize & Kill Bacteria! Just Drop One in the Bowl;-))) Remember I told you in my previous post that the next product in my store will be an "outside the box" one? Well, you've been warned;-))) I came up with the idea of Toilet Bombs a few months ago. At first I thought it would be embarrassing to make a post about them but I fell so much in love with these toilet bombs that I just HAD to share the idea with you - I'm seriously addicted!
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