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Citrus Vinegar for cleaning -  You peel 2 oranges, or in my case, 2 grapefruits,  (just THE PEELS ONLY) and soak them in cheap white vinegar for 2 weeks in a tightly sealed mason jar. I put mine in a sunny window sill. This is for a household cleaner, but what I discovered is that this stuff takes iron stains off of the sink, faucets, showers and toilets and it works better than Lime Away and almost as good as Iron Out!!!!  Non toxic too! I LOVE IT!!!!! @[112769426...

Citrus Vinegar for cleaning - You peel 2 oranges, or in my case, 2 grapefruits, (just THE PEELS ONLY) and soak them in cheap white vinegar for 2 weeks in a tightly sealed mason jar. I put mine in a sunny window sill. This is for a household cleaner, but what I discovered is that this stuff takes iron stains off of the sink, faucets, showers and toilets and it works better than Lime Away and almost as good as Iron Out!!!! Non toxic too! I LOVE IT!!!!! @[112769426...

Not in the new house (that has white carpet, of course) for a whole week & they dog has decided to puke neon green grass in the living room... Lets hope this works!

Not in the new house (that has white carpet, of course) for a whole week & they dog has decided to puke neon green grass in the living room... Lets hope this works!

I love buying inexpensive jewelry from stores like Forever 21, Francesca’s, and H&M. The pieces are so cheap that I can buy a whole bunch of options and rotate them every single day, mixing them with my pricier pieces and creating a fun, layered look. Inexpensive jewelry is also great because if you lose it, … Read More

I love buying inexpensive jewelry from stores like Forever 21, Francesca’s, and H&M. The pieces are so cheap that I can buy a whole bunch of options and rotate them every single day, mixing them with my pricier pieces and creating a fun, layered look. Inexpensive jewelry is also great because if you lose it, … Read More

Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking soda -How to Clean Cooked-On Gunk from a Stove Top stain remover, even for old stains-- 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part baking soda and 1 part dish detergen

Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking soda -How to Clean Cooked-On Gunk from a Stove Top stain remover, even for old stains-- 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part baking soda and 1 part dish detergen

"That’s right, a lemon!  I just cut it in half and use the actual lemon to scrub the hard water stains on any fixture.  I’ve even used it to remove rust stains from a bobby pin I left sitting in the shower. Like I said, just rub the lemon on the fixture and rinse.  The spots will magically disappear before your eyes and you’ll be left with this!"

"That’s right, a lemon! I just cut it in half and use the actual lemon to scrub the hard water stains on any fixture. I’ve even used it to remove rust stains from a bobby pin I left sitting in the shower. Like I said, just rub the lemon on the fixture and rinse. The spots will magically disappear before your eyes and you’ll be left with this!"

Unblock your drains without pouring harmful pollutants into the water system by pouring down 1 c of salt and 1/2 c of baking soda mixed together, followed by a kettle of boiling water. Can also use baking soda and white vinegar and boiling water. — good

Unblock your drains without pouring harmful pollutants into the water system by pouring down 1 c of salt and 1/2 c of baking soda mixed together, followed by a kettle of boiling water. Can also use baking soda and white vinegar and boiling water. — good

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