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26 Brilliant Uses For Car Wax Around The House

It might be formulated to make your car or boat shine...but that container of car wax in your garage has plenty of OTHER great uses around the house!

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Our Elm Oyster Mushroom Garden Kit is here! This kit is specifically formulated for growers who want to produce their own mushrooms using inexpensive locally...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r10GqUKmSbc

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Tin Cans made pretty...I like this for a way to make nice looking storage containers for our home.

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Soap Making Guide: How to Make Cold Process Soap

Soap Making Guide: How to Make Cold Process Soap - Lovin' Soap Studio

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Make your own perfume.

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Gorgeous Lavender Oatmeal Soap Cupcakes (That Anyone Can Make

This lavender oatmeal soap is soothing and calming for your skin and, even though it looks complicated, it is incredibly easy to make at home for gifts.

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In Clover's all-natural supplements for dogs and cats support the most common pet health concerns, including joint health, dental care, skin & coat, digestive comfort and immunity. These award-winning pet supplements are scientifically formulated to produce noticeable results in a single container's use. All products are made in the USA using only natural, human-quality ingredients and proudly feature the National Animal Supplement Council's Quality Seal.

Snake Plant (sansevieria): Your plant is a popular houseplant, a Sansevieria species prized for its architectural form. Does best in bright, indirect light indoors, but can survive on much less light. Water when soil feels dry at the depth of your first knuckle. Do not allow plant to sit in water. Feed with a slow-release fertilizer formulated for container plants.

Draceana (dracaena): This traditional houseplant thrives in well-drained soil in bright indirect light or filtered sunshine. Water when the soil feels dry about an inch below the surface (down to your first knuckle), but do not allow plant to sit in water as this often leads to root rot. Feed with a slow-release fertilizer formulated for container plants.It cannot tolerate frosts or freezes but otherwise can live happily outdoors in bright shade. Keep it out of the wind to prevent leaf…

Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage resembles a Clivia miniata, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate much frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a…