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Storebought disinfectants can contain some pretty horrible stuff....Here are three options for disinfecting without buying a "disinfectant." #t2hmkr

DIY Disinfectants

Storebought disinfectants can contain some pretty horrible stuff....Here are three options for disinfecting without buying a "disinfectant." #t2hmkr

DIY Dishwashing Soap Homemade Liquid Dish Washing Soap   1 (7-oz) bar ZOTE or Octagon soap (or 1-2-3 brand soap) {Or cut a 14-oz bar in half}   5 qts. water   1 c. baking soda   1/4 c. washing soda   1/4 c. lemon juice

DIY Dishwashing Soap Homemade Liquid Dish Washing Soap 1 (7-oz) bar ZOTE or Octagon soap (or 1-2-3 brand soap) {Or cut a 14-oz bar in half} 5 qts. water 1 c. baking soda 1/4 c. washing soda 1/4 c. lemon juice

DIY Liquid Laundry Detergent........   Notes to Self: 1. Use about 6 cups water to boil soap in. 2. Maybe add baking soda for softening; 3. Maybe fragrance crystals; 4.  Not sure about essential oils..will research.

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DIY Liquid Laundry Detergent........ Notes to Self: 1. Use about 6 cups water to boil soap in. 2. Maybe add baking soda for softening; 3. Maybe fragrance crystals; 4. Not sure about essential oils..will research.

Home-made fabric softener.  I made 2 using Suave Mango and Suave Lavender.  A tip...boil the water then add the conditioner and let it sit for a few minutes and stir. Much easier and way more effective than just using hot tap. Then add the vinegar. Also, not a very strong scent so if you like a stronger smell; invest in an essential oil that matches the scent of your choice of conditioner. But otherwise, it works wonderfully.

Home-made fabric softener. I made 2 using Suave Mango and Suave Lavender. A tip...boil the water then add the conditioner and let it sit for a few minutes and stir. Much easier and way more effective than just using hot tap. Then add the vinegar. Also, not a very strong scent so if you like a stronger smell; invest in an essential oil that matches the scent of your choice of conditioner. But otherwise, it works wonderfully.

...Make your own Fabric Starch [The Thrifty Soaper]. Not that I actually iron, but my crocheted items will benefit!

...Make your own Fabric Starch [The Thrifty Soaper]. Not that I actually iron, but my crocheted items will benefit!

Homemade ice packs in the freezer. To make them, you just mix 2 parts water to 1 part rubbing alcohol and add a little food coloring (let your child choose their favorite!). Pour the mixture into a freezer bag and freeze. These make a nice slushy ice pack. It’s always a good idea to double bag them – just in case!

Homemade ice packs in the freezer. To make them, you just mix 2 parts water to 1 part rubbing alcohol and add a little food coloring (let your child choose their favorite!). Pour the mixture into a freezer bag and freeze. These make a nice slushy ice pack. It’s always a good idea to double bag them – just in case!

Step 0: Windshield De-Icer/ And Ice Prevention Spray

Windshield De-Icer/ and Ice Prevention Spray

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