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Old 02-22-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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lot's of folks in the craft thread had some great ideas, so here we go!
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One of my faves...

Vinegar in laundry! Add about 1/4 cup white distilled vinegar to the last rinse. It is too mild to harm fabrics, but strong enough to dissolve the alkalies. It also whitens whites, brightens brights and makes black less blah. AND, it acts as a fabric softener and static reducer; using it will actually make your towels softer. Plus, it helps with the bad smells like smoke etc. Finally, it works on clothes that have mold or mildew (for anyone who has forgotten about a load of wet clothes in the washer).



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Vinegar in laundry! Add about 1/4 cup white distilled vinegar to the last rinse. It is too mild to harm fabrics, but strong enough to dissolve the alkalies. It also whitens whites, brightens brights and makes black less blah. AND, it acts as a fabric softener and static reducer; using it will actually make your towels softer. Plus, it helps with the bad smells like smoke etc. Finally, it works on clothes that have mold or mildew (for anyone who has forgotten about a load of wet clothes in the washer).



I never knew this. Thank you for sharing

I use vinegar to clean my stainless steel appliances. It gets even the hard water marks off without having to scrub and it leaves everything shiny and streak-free.
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Essential oils in the bath! i love eucalyptus for my breathing and lavender is the best for relaxation.


i put a few drops in and the whole house smells great
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Anytime! For the price, you cannot beat it. I actually keep my vinegar in the laundry area-not the kitchen.

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Red wine spill on carpet? Douse with soda water then dab with layers of paper towel. Continue until no colour shows on the paper towel.

Line the laundry baskets with a couple of sheets of paper towel sprinkled with tea tree oil to keep nasty smells at bay.

A box or small bowl of baking soda in the refrigerator, freezer, or any cupboard will keep away unpleasant odours. Similarly, baking soda will keep away garbage odours; sprinkle the bottom of the pail, and then sprinkle again after you put a new bag in.

To remove stale smells from food containers, rinse out with hot water and baking soda. If the smell persists, let the container soak overnight in the baking soda and water mixture.

For burnt-on food in the bottom of pots, sprinkle with baking soda, and then add hot water. Let soak overnight; the dried on food will come loose much more easily.

Baking soda in the litter tray will help prevent odours.

Add a few drops of Essential oils to a damp cotton wool ball and put it in your vacuum.

Add a few drops of Essential oils to a wet wash cloth and place in your dryer.






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i do the essential oils in the vacuum but never thought about the dryer!

Herne is my favorite for the floors, a few drops in the water bucket is great.
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i will try this!
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Ok, more laundry stuff-kind of.

Laundry sheets uses:

~put in your pocket to help repel mosquitos
~tuck under the seat of your car to help the scent stay fresh
~wipe across hair when static is an issue
~stash in the lingerie drawer for body-friendly sachets


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Use an iron, paper towels, and a paper grocery bag to remove candle wax.

paper towels directly on wax then cover that with the grocery bag. Iron the grocery bag until wax melts and is absorbed by the paper towels.
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a pumice stone will make the toilet shiny and new, and anything else with water scale.

it's non abrasive and words great to erase those lines.
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cleaning and laundry day so i'm using vinegar, i can't stand the smell of Febreeze (which is the most toxic item on the shelf) or most cleaners, all they do is mask odor.
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Do you have any of those storage things in your shower that stick on the wall with suction cups? If they keep falling off the wall, wipe the back of the cups and the wall with vinegar, wet the suction cups with water, and stick back on the wall . . . they will stay put.

Also, after we had a bathroom repainted I noticed some paint splatter on the chrome towel racks. Guess what took them right off? Vinegar. Plus I noticed how shiny the towel rack was becoming . . . so I cleaned the faucets with vinegar too!

And . . . if you have any stinky kitchen smells (think fish), a small bowl of vinegar left sitting on the counter will get rid of the smell quickly.
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oh yes and a small bowl of vinegar can help soak up stinky smoke smells and other general icky smells.
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Off now to do woodworking outside today. It finally quit raining and I must complete my storage room shelves that I started weeks ago. Excited because I can take stuff out of my kitchen like crockpot, veggie steamer, etc. and put in storage room - free up kitchen space. Plus, it is fun to build useful things.

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Vinegar is miracle stuff.

Another use: run through the coffee pot to clean out water scales, etc. I run a pot with a 1/4 cup vinegar and then two water pots to rinse. The water is used on the potted plants on the front porch.
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hmm i have found that a can of coke is helpful to remove grease (from working on cars) .. i put a little in my laundry and it takes hard grease stains out of my levis..have to re wash but the stains are gone. same with tracked in grease on carpet..pour some coke on it let it sit a lil then scrub with a brush then just warm soap an water.
also tooth paste for those white rings on tables (from hot coffee cup an stuff). the regular crest. a dab on my finger ..work it into the wood until the burn is gone.

um also mayo.. when a cigg burn is in carpet or upolstery.. run some mayo on it it will break up that black burn stuff
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Red wine spill on carpet? Douse with soda water then dab with layers of paper towel. Continue until no colour shows on the paper towel.

You can also pour regular table salt on red wine spills this absorbs it then just vacuum it up.
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