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Homemade travel-size stain stick

Even when traveling, this homemade stain stick can tackle tough marks. And this helper repurposes deodorant or lip gloss containers. Tuck in your purse or travel bag so it’s handy when needed. Instead of paying for an expensive stain stick filled with harsh chemicals, try making your own from budget …

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Reusable homemade dusting wipes

Banish dust with these reusable dusting wipes that also leave a lovely scent. Simply use the saturated sheet, toss it in the wash, and then pop it back in the container. Keep your house looking fresh and clean with the help of eco-friendly dusting wipes that polish away build-up and …

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Homemade fruit and vegetable cleaning spray

Naturally remove residue and waxy buildup on your fresh fruits and vegetables with this eco-friendly and all-natural cleaning spray. Keep your fruit and vegetables as healthy as possible by giving them a quick clean before eating. And this simple spray helps remove that waxy coating from apples and any dirt …

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DIY reusable floor wipes

Not only are these floor wipes easy to make, but they are also reusable, making them just about the coolest eco-friendly cleaning product ever. Instead of spending cash for floor wipes that end up getting tossed in the trash, make your own that work with any type of floor-sweeper mop. …

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Homemade all-purpose cleaner

Actually, hydrogen peroxide isn’t really needed (at least not with vinegar). For all purpose, all you need is vinegar, water, a bit of lemon juice and an essential oil like Tea Tree. Other than that, good post! From everything I have read, vinegar and peroxide are not to be mixed …

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Make your own eco-friendly dryer sheets

I would think the vinegar would supply a sour smell? I want to try this but don’t want to get everything only find out the vinegar adds to much of a strong smell. I’d think that warming oils probably have extra things added to them that might end up staining …

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Clean your bathroom with DIY wipes

I’ve been using this suggestion since finding it about a month ago, and though I’ve found the paper towels aren’t quite as durable as you’d get with a regular wipe (and don’t quite pop up through the hole like wipes do. I use an old Clorox wipes container that has a …

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