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Cat-friendly cleaning products are simple and inexpensive alternatives to chemical household cleaners. They're safe to use around cats and better for the planet.

Cat-friendly cleaning products are simple and inexpensive alternatives to chemical household cleaners. They're safe to use around cats and better for the planet.

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How to Clean Your Home Without Making Your Pet Sick

From erasing carpet stains to restoring baking pans, this assortment of DIY tricks will get you to clean up easy. And when you’re done, the satisfaction of a spotless home just may make you change your mind about chores after all. With these cleaning hacks, say goodbye to wasting money on tons of harmful cleaning products and hello to a truly clean home! http://www.ehow.com/how_2049722_clean-anything.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=curated&utm_campaign=fanpage

11 Ideas on How to Clean Anything

Air & Fabric Freshener    1 oz. of Scented Fabric Softener  2 Tbs. Baking Soda  Fill remaining space with Water    This is a 'fake febreze' recipe that I love! It has the fabric softener for scent (which you can buy in so many more cents than fabreze!) and the baking soda for odor elimination. The coloring will come from whatever hue your softener contains. Again, most of this is JUST WATER, amazing how much we're spending for a few ounces of cleaner and a bottle full of water, huh?

of Scented Fabric Softener 2 Tbs. Baking Soda Fill remaining space with Water 1 oz. of Scented Fabric Softener 2 Tbs. Baking Soda Fill remaining space with Water

Spring Cleaning 101: The organized fridge | Clean and reorganize your fridge, plus other fabulous kitchen cleaning tips!

16 Common Product Combinations You Should Never Mix

Amazing Cleaning Tips and Tricks - Today I'm highlighting my "This is the Way We Clean the House" clipboard. From window cleaning to cleaning your refrigera…

DIY Chemical-Free Oven Cleaner using Young Living Essential Oils I think this would work with out oils too

DIY Homemade Oven Cleaner

DIY Chemical-Free Oven Cleaner using Young Living Essential Oils 1 c baking soda c sea salt cup washing soda enough filtered water to make a thin paste c white vinegar 10 drops lemon essential oil 10 drops Melaleuca a.

Dryer sheets aren't just for doing laundry! Here are 17 surprising ways to use dryer sheets for everything from freshening shoes to repelling insects

17 Surprising Uses for Dryer Sheets

recycle DRYER SHEETS ---- Eliminate static----Scrub Dirty Pots----Remove Pet Hair-----Freshen Shoes-----Deep clean toilets-----Clean Chrome------garbage can smells----All-purpose deodorizer----Clean Glass-----Repel Bugs----Reuse in another load.

How to get nail polish out of carpet.  You don't want to know how many times I needed this remedy!!

How to get nail polish out of carpet. Let Barbasol shaving cream sit for a few minutes then use acetone nail polish remover. Scrub with brush or clean cloths as necessary.

SCRUBBING BUBBLES DID THIS! IT REALLY GETS THE DIRT UP FROM THOSE "HARD TO CLEAN" VINYL/LINOLEUM FLOORS! THIS MAY LOOK LIKE A SHADOW BUT IT IS A BEFORE AND AFTER FROM CLEANING WITH SCRUBBING BUBBLES BATHROOM CLEANER!

SCRUBBING BUBBLES DID THIS! IT REALLY GETS THE DIRT UP FROM THOSE "HARD TO CLEAN" VINYL/LINOLEUM FLOORS! THIS MAY LOOK LIKE A SHADOW BUT IT IS A BEFORE AND AFTER FROM CLEANING WITH SCRUBBING BUBBLES BATHROOM CLEANER!

DIY linoleum floor cleaner: ¼ Cup baking soda, 2 Gal hot water, 1 Tbs dish soap, ¼ Cup vinegar. Allow the baking soda to dissolve in the water & when it’s almost full add 1 tbs of dish soap. {Adding the soap too early can lead to lathery water that will leave unwanted marks on floors}.

Allow the baking soda to dissolve in the water when it’s almost full add 1 tbs of dish soap. {Adding the soap too early can lead to lathery water that will lea

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