DIY Oxyclean 1. 1/2 c Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda 2. 1/2 c Hydrogen Peroxide 3. Hot Water Directions: Lg bucket or in machine - presoak process. Do not mix ahead. Mix and let clothes soak at least 2 hours if not overnight. Follow by washing normal.
Whink No More Yellow Stain Remover -- If you have well water (some suburban areas still do) this powder gets that yellowy, dingy color out of your white t-shirts with a good soaking in hot water. It also whitened up my washer's tub, too.
Can't remove hard water stains on your glass shower walls and doors? I have tried everything, with little success. We have well water -- hard water stains are going to happen. I came across a cleaning recipe here on Pinterest for cleaning bathtubs. I changed it up some. While cleaning my shower much to my surprise ALL of the hard water stains were GONE and the glass was gleaming like the day it was installed.:
Add 1 teaspoon of cider vinegar to every quart of water in your pets water dish. Fleas will not go near your pet. Fill a spray bottle with half white vinegar half cold water then go around your house mist your furniture, rugs, drapes and anywhere fleas like to hide and lay eggs. Try this every time you're ready to vacuum and you'll be surprised how this little trick will get rid of not only fleas but ants, spiders and just about any critter that's lurking around your home.
Those yellow underarm stains that appear on your white shirts are caused by a reaction between the aluminum in your deodorant and your sweat. They can be really difficult to remove. Here’s a simple pantry combination to try for white washable fabrics. Soak the area in a mixture of equal parts water, baking soda, and peroxide (about 1/4 cup of each). Gently scrub with a toothbrush to remove any particles then wash as usual.