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How to Make a DIY Liquid Toilet Bowl Cleaner - Earth Friendly Tips
You can transform your cleaning routine with a homemade and eco-friendly touch when you learn how to make this DIY liquid toilet bowl cleaner with readily available ingredients. Achieve a spotless, fresh bathroom without harsh chemicals when you use this homemade liquid toilet bowl cleaner. Dive into the world of sustainable cleaning today by discovering how to make this DIY liquid toilet bowl cleaner that requires just 3 simple and natural ingredients you likely already have around your house!
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DIY Natural Laundry Detergent (without bar soap!) - Boots & Hooves Homestead
The best all natural laundry detergent power recipe that you can make at home with just a few simple ingredients. It’s free of harsh chemicals, no bar soap needed, and actually works!
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101 Ways To Use Borax Around Your Home & Yard - Cozy Cottage Journal
Discover 101 fantastic ways to use Borax around your home and yard! 🏡🌱 From cleaning and pest control to gardening and more, this household staple is a must-have. Simplify your home and outdoor tasks with these clever tips! #BoraxHacks #HouseholdTips #YardWork #HomeCare
DIY Natural Laundry Detergent
5min · 1 serving INGREDIENTS • 1/2 cup liquid castile soap • 1/2 cup baking soda • 1/2 cup washing soda • 1/4 cup coarse salt • 30 drops essential oil • water • gallon sized container INSTRUCTIONS • Add baking soda, salt, and washing soda to a large glass bowl or jar. Add enough hot water to dissolve as best you can. • Transfer mixture to a gallon container. Add castile soap and essential oils. • Top off with cold water, and mix well. • Use 1/4-1/3 cup per load, depending on the size.
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How to Recharge Wool Dryer Balls