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DIY Laundry Stain Remover.  Works great on fresh stains.  Someone gave me some clothes that had been stored with stains for a year or more....it didn't get those out but it did get out other stains off my girls clothing :)

I used this and it does work! DIY Laundry Stain Remover: I found several old baby clothes that had yellow stains on them that were really dark. Some cleared up after one treatment, others after two. I was only left with a few items that didn't clear up!

Ceramic tile grout cleaner! Borax & White Vinegar! I just got do e doing my entire bathroom... My grout looks as good as the day it was laid down! Not even the stuff from Lowe's worked this good!!!

Ceramic Tile Grout Cleaner - Borax & White Vinegar (Mix Vinegar & Borax To Make Paste, Clean Grout With Brush, Wipe With Sponge Soaked In Vinegar Or Spray Vinegar, & Wipe Up!

Equal parts vinegar and dish soap in a scrubby to wash the tub after each use.  Find a dish wand with a hole in the end so it can be hung right in the tub.

What You Need: Dish Wand (got mine at the dollar store!) Dish Soap Vinegar Simply fill your wand with half soap and half vinegar. Shake it up and get cleaning! I hung mine up in the shower using a suction cup/hook thing

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How To Get Rid of Mold

How To Get Rid of Mold

Here’s how to get rid of mold for 2 dollars or less with no scrubbing required. one pinner says: "the easiest and least expensive way i've ever seen to get rid of mold"

Lots of info - untested by me personally, but these don't seem too dubious. I'm eager to try a few of them.

18 Amazing Body Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

Tick repellent for you & your pet: add 1 cup of water to a spray bottle, and 2 cups of distilled white vinegar. Ticks hate the smell & taste of vinegar. Then, add 2 spoonfuls of vegetable or almond oil (both contain sulfur, another natural tick repellent).  After mixing the solution, spray clothing, skin, & hair before going outdoors. Reapply every 4 hours to keep ticks at bay. Examine your skin & hair once inside to make sure there's no ticks. Vinegar smell will dissipate in a short time.

In a spray bottle, mix 2 cups of distilled white vinegar and 1 cup of water. To make a scented solution so you do not smell like bitter vinegar all day, add 20 drops of your favorite essential oil. (eucalyptus, citrus oils, or geranium)