Chalkboard paint the back of a kid's door, hang a basketball hoop and let them have fun! #hgtvmagazine http://www.hgtv.com/kids-rooms/4-ways-to-decorate-a-door-for-a-kids-room/pictures/page-3.html?soc=pinterest
Whites are the hardest color to keep looking bright and new after just a few months' time. Your sweat and oils quickly become stains, and colors from other clothes will eventually bleed into the fabric, discoloring your bright whites into something merely whitish. But before you reach for the bleach, the ultimate chemical cleaner, try some a few of these safer, less-toxic DIY solutions out instead. Don't Miss: How to Remove Sweat Stains from Clothes Don't Miss: How to Remove Almos...
How to get out set-in oil stains: Use baking soda and dish soap. The combination of a super-absorbent powder with an oil-conquering dish soap is a match set-in stains can’t beat! Start by pouring more fresh oil on your oil stain, to “renew” it. Then, pour on baking soda and scrub the area with a toothbrush. Finalize the process by pouring on grease-fighting dish soap and scrubbing some more. Then send your clothing through a wash cycle and be amazed by the lack of stains when it’s done.[
These 10 Cleaning Hacks that every girl should know are THE BEST! I'm so glad I found this AWESOME POST! I've already gotten a stain out of my favorite dress that I NEVER thought would come out! So happy I found this! Pinning!