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10 Graphs That Will Make you Pro at Cleaning Anything
These 10 Cleaning Hacks that every girl should know are THE BEST! I'm so glad I found this AMAZING POST! I've already gotten a stain out of my favorite dress that I NEVER thought would come out! So glad I found this! Pinning!
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 :)
55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips Tricks
How to clean Stainless Steel...for real! I use Dust & Allergen Pledge along with a Microfiber clean cloth (thanks to a recommendation from a friend) to clean my Stainless. I find that it works much better then any Stainless Steel cleaner I have tried.
Pet Odor Eliminator: One Part listerine And 2 Parts peroxide, Water & Vinegar.
The fastest, easiest and cheapest way to clean your grout!!!!! by delores
Get rid of dried in stains---2 Parts Peroxide, 1 part Dawn Dish Liquid and 1 part Baking Soda. Put on stain, scrub, let set for one hour and wash as usual....TAH-DAH--stain is gone.
You'll Love This Powerful Homemade Carpet Cleaner
DIY Mold Remover that Works! Hydrogen peroxide and vinegar...leave for 10 min then scrub and rinse area...
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.
how to get rid of mold for $2 or less, no scrubbing required
Found mold? Here you'll find out how to get rid of mold the no fuss way plus over 100 comments offering a variety of alternatives for you to choose from.
THE best stain remover ever. Even for old stains. Every mom needs this recipe - 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part baking soda and 1 part dish detergent
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