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Helps to remove stains, wax buildup and mildew. Use to clean windows, fireplaces, grout, paintbrushes, glass and coffeepots.
Helps to clean almost everything Use to clean your dishes, car, kids bikes.
Helps to clean and deodorize, will act as a scouring agent, polisher, stain removal and fabric softener. Use to clean your plastic, vinyl, carpet, silver, stainless steel, drains and refresh your fridge.
Helps to clean and deodorize. Use on wallpaper, painted walls and floors. Use it with your detergents to remove stains, and boost the cleaning power.
Helps to clean clothing and soften the water. Use it in a well ventalated area, wear gloves. Washing soda is moderately toxic.
Strong cleanser Use it to clean carpet, linoleum, most appliances, copper and enamal. ALWAYS USE IN A WELL VENTALATED AREA AND NEVER MIX WITH CHLORINE BLEACH, THE MIXTURE WILL CREATE A POISONOUR GAS.While there is nothing unique about this recipe... it works!
Newspaper, Vinegar and Elbow grease!
1/2 cup ammonia 1/3 cup washing soda 1 gallon warm water Combine and use to clean your floors, tiles and painted walls. This will also deodorize so you will not have a need to use harmful deodorizes in your home!If you use environmentally cleansers regularily you will find they keep the air clean. Store bought cans etc.. contain many harmful ingredients.. and are costly.One part vinegar with two parts water is all you need to clean your kettle and iron. Kettle - pour into the kettle bring to a boil, rinse well. Iron - Put some in the reservoir, let it stand for 30 minutes, rinse well.Baking soda and a damp cloth will clean your tub and tiles. You may need to use a brush to get into the grout but this will do the job without an environmental hazzards.Mix borax and lemon juice into a paste. wet the sides of the toilet bowl, rub and let stand for a few hours. Scrub off and flush! (if you don't have stains you can let stand for less time)
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Shared in Love by Deanna Smith
Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.
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