Instead of reaching for bleach, try using lemons for naturally whitening delicates such as linens or lace.

Instead of reaching for bleach, try using lemons for naturally whitening delicates such as linens or lace.

I have used both Biz and Cascade to clean many vintage white linens.... Cleaning Vintage Linens

Cleaning Vintage Linens

I have used both Biz and Cascade to clean many vintage white linens.... Cleaning Vintage Linens

-Gather all of the clothes you want whitened (make sure they are sturdy and not delicate fabrics and that they don't have any colors at all, threads, etc.)  -Throw them in the washer on HOT and wait until it has been filled with water- then STOP the washer  -Add (believe it or not) 4-5 cups of bleach  -Allow to soak for a few hours  -Add laundry detergent and wash

-Gather all of the clothes you want whitened (make sure they are sturdy and not delicate fabrics and that they don't have any colors at all, threads, etc.) -Throw them in the washer on HOT and wait until it has been filled with water- then STOP the washer -Add (believe it or not) 4-5 cups of bleach -Allow to soak for a few hours -Add laundry detergent and wash

Bring the fluffy back to your favorite linens and clothes with dry fabric softener that you can personalize with your favorite scent.

Dry Fabric Softener

Bring the fluffy back to your favorite linens and clothes with dry fabric softener that you can personalize with your favorite scent.

For stains in stone, marble, granite or any absorbent, hard surfaces: Make a paste out of baking soda and water. Apply to surface and cover with plastic wrap (so it doesnt dry out). Let sit for 24 hours. If left wet, you can easily lift it and the stain.

For stains in stone, marble, granite or any absorbent, hard surfaces: Make a paste out of baking soda and water. Apply to surface and cover with plastic wrap (so it doesnt dry out). Let sit for 24 hours. If left wet, you can easily lift it and the stain.

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DIY Oxygen Bleach

A Nontoxic and Homemade Bleach? Yes, Please!

A Nontoxic and Homemade Bleach? Yes, Please!

A bright and shining home can be yours thanks to these simple DIY cleaning and organizing solutions. We have more than 100 real-people-tested hacks you can tackle after work or on the weekend. Every room in the house is covered: freshen your kitchen sink

Homemade Tub, Tile, and Grout Cleaner What you'll need:      1/2 cup baking soda     1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide     1 teaspoon liquid dish soap 1. Mix together the baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and dish soap in a small squeeze-top container. 2. Squeeze the mixture on grout or tile & leave for 5 minutes or longer if needed. 3. Scrub then wipe away the cleaning mixture, rinsing with water.

Eco Clean: Natural Homemade Tub, Tile, and Grout Cleaner

Homemade Tub, Tile, and Grout Cleaner What you'll need: 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide 1 teaspoon liquid dish soap 1. Mix together the baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and dish soap in a small squeeze-top container. 2. Squeeze the mixture on grout or tile & leave for 5 minutes or longer if needed. 3. Scrub then wipe away the cleaning mixture, rinsing with water.

Make These 36 DIY Cleaning Products For Pennies: If you're tired of reaching for cleaning products with ingredients you can't even pronounce, then head to your local grocery store for a few basic components, and make your own.

Make These 69 DIY Cleaning Products For Pennies

Make These 36 DIY Cleaning Products For Pennies: If you're tired of reaching for cleaning products with ingredients you can't even pronounce, then head to your local grocery store for a few basic components, and make your own.

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