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DIY How To Get Rid Of Odor With Tea Bags

Rid of Odor With Tea Bags

Rid odors with tea bags.~ This works. We have had a stinky closet since we moved into our house 5 yrs ago. We tried everything we could think of. It helped but still smelled until we hung a tea bag. That did the trick.

Homemade Diswasher detergent-  I found a tip...this recipe calls for Citric acid, If you cannot find this you can substitute 10-15 lemon Kool-aid envelopes per batch **the small unsweetened ones**, if you use any other flavor you could easily color the inside of your dishwasher (you need 10-15 envelopes to equal the 1-2oz of straight citric acid.) If you do not use some form of citric acid… you will most likely have the cloudy residue.

Homemade Dishwasher Detergent (Soap) and Rinse Agent

Homemade dishwasher detergent (soap) recipe 1 cup borax 1 cup washing soda cup citric acid cup kosher salt Fill rinse agent compartment with white vinegar.

Easy Baking Soda Air Freshener 1/2 cup baking soda (per jar) Essential oil of your preference (8-12 drops) Mason jar (I love the 8 oz wide mouth Elite Collection for these!) Scrapbook paper Tapestry needle  Scissors and pen

Baking Soda Air Freshener Mason Jar - so cheap and easy. Baking soda + a few drops of essential oil in a mason jar, then top it with scrapbook paper that has pin holes in it.

■1/2 Cup: Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda {not Baking Soda}  ■1/2 Cup: Borax {print a coupon here}  ■1/3 Bar of Fels-Naptha Soap {you could also use Ivory soap, but if using Ivory… use the whole bar}  ■Bucket {2 gallon size or larger}  ■Empty laundry detergent containers or bucket with lid to store detergent.

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Homemade Laundry Detergent | Great Oak Circle, blog design, logo and print design, DIY blog

DIY Homemade Clothes Soap To make about 4 mason jars full you will need: 6 cups Borax 4 cups baking soda 4 cups washing soda 4 cups Fels-Naptha bar soap (almost 2 bars)

30+ Uses for WD-40 in your home - everything from removing scuff marks to getting legos apart!

30+ Amazing Household Uses for WD-40

Uses for in your home - everything from removing scuff marks to getting legos apart! Also have read that is is good for cleaning stainless steel appliances, going to give it a try.

Homemade fabric softener - $.01/load!! http://fabulesslyfrugal.com/diy-homemade-fabric-softener-01load/

Homemade Fabric Softener (DIY) - $.01/Load

Homemade Fabric Softner 2 cups hair conditioner 3 cups distilled white vinegar 6 cups boiling water Mix & Store Love this stuff and you can use your favorite sent of conditioner and even add essential oil if you like.

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Homemade Jewelry Cleaner: Cut a piece of aluminum foil that covers the bottom of a small bowl. Pour the hot water into the bowl. Place one tablespoon salt, one tablespoon baking soda, and one tablespoon liquid dish detergent into bowl.

Put some in a soft cloth rub in circles until scratches are gone clean olive oil w paper towel

How to Remove Scratches from Leather a simple, cheap way: All you have to do is put olive oil on a soft cloth and rub into the leather. Rub in circles, firmly, until the scratches start to disappear. Wipe off olive oil residue with a paper towel.

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