DIY fruit fly trap: Take a cup or bottle- fill it with apple cider vinegar and a little dish liquid. The bubbles help collect the fruit flies. Then cover your container with cling wrap. Poke holes into the plastic. Tie a rubber band around the plastic to keep it all in place. and then said GOODBYE to your fruit flies!
Save on... CLEANING Ditch dryer sheets for tinfoil balls Crumple a couple of foot-long sheets of aluminum foil into a 2½- to 3-in.-diameter ball and throw it in with your laundry to eliminate both static cling and the cost of chemical-laden dryer sheets (use two for larger loads). After a few months, as the balls begin to condense and shrink, simply add an extra sheet or two of foil. You could save $20 per year, based on the average of 400 loads Americans do per year!
Skip the dryer sheets and use 1/4 c of vinegar - in the fabric softener dispenser on your washing machine. It leaves NO smell and combats static cling like a champ. | 10 tips for going green in your laundry room | BabyCenter Blog #goodtoknow