homemade dishwasher detergent tabs (borax free) 2 cups washing soda 1 cup baking soda 1 cup citric acid cup kosher salt cup plus 2 tablespoons white distilled vinegar 1 teaspoon castile soap drops lemon essential oil
Cheap Waste Tank Cleaner Rather than buy nasty and expensive chemicals for the waste tanks try using a cup of Borax detergent and cup of Calgon Water Softener. The Borax helps control odor and the water softener prevents waste from sticking to the wall
Homemade slime made with only 3 ingredients! 1 bottle glue, cup warm water 1 teaspoon Borax Food coloring, optional Knead ingredients together and place in ziploc baggie. Add a little extra borax if using glitter glue
dishwasher tabs: 2 cups Washing soda 2 cups Borax cup Kosher salt or Epsom salt (reduces the effects of hard water) cup vinegar drops of Lemon essential oil Mix together, press into ice cube trays (makes 2 trays worth) let dry then s
DIY Crystallization with Borax Tutorial from Stuff You Can’t Have.I’ve seen so many Borax crystal DIYs using pipe cleaners and string - but never larger objects. Growing crystals with Borax bought at the market is so cheap, easy and relatively.
DIY Dishwashing Detergent - wonder if this works? Recipe is 1 cup borax, 1 cup washing soda (or baking soda will work, as well), cup citric acid, and cup of kosher salt as a scrubbing agent. Use vinegar as your rinsing agent.
Homemade floam is easy to make and SO FUN! Much cheaper than store bought, too! Recipe: tsp of borax cup of warm water & cup of warm water- divided oz of white school & cups of polystyrene beads Optional: drops of food coloring
If You Don’t Own Borax, Go Buy It Right Now. It Will Make These 25 Tasks So Much Easier.
You’ve probably seen Borax mentioned in lots of other DIY cleaner recipes, but what do you really know about it? When you learn everything Clean My Space has to share about this old-fashioned but AMAZING product, you’re going to run out and buy every.