Easy Way to Clean Ceramic Tile and Showers

Easy Way to Clean Ceramic Tile and Showers using 2 Ingredients If you’ve followed my blog, you know that I like posting household cleaning tips that help save money, and eliminate the need for strong chemicals in the home. I’ve covered how to get pet stains out of carpets, how to get general stains out…

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Remove Stains on Grout, Upholstery, Carpet & More

Remove Stains on Grout, Upholstery, Carpet and More Using These Two Home Products More cleaning tips on how to remove stains for people who refuse to spend money on expensive store bought cleaners. I researched and found that people who have used this method to remove stains saw success on Grout Soap Scum Upholstery in…

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Remove Oil from Concrete Garage Floor or Driveway

Easily Remove Oil from Concrete Garage Floor or Concrete Driveway in Minutes.  No one likes the eye sore of concrete on a nice clean garage floor. It just looks terrible, and many people leave it there because they don’t know what to use to clean it, or they’re too worried about damaging the floor. This…

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Get Rid of Bugs in Your House

Get Rid of Bugs in Your Home with some DIY tips. The first line of defense to get rid of bugs in your home is to find out where their party quarters are, and then find the entry point. An infestation is said by pest inspectors to be multiple bugs visually seen in a certain…

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Easy Way to Clean Stainless Steel

Easy Way to Clean Stainless Steel  If you have handprints or grime on your stainless steel, you might be searching to find a proper cleaning solution especially made to clean stainless steel. If you use harsh chemicals for long enough, you might remove the protective coat, and the stainless steel will rust. Plus, harsh chemicals…

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A Cheap Easy Way to Unclog Your Drain

An Easy Way to Unclog Your Drain : Whether kitchen sink, tub or shower, use these 2 household natural products, and 3 ridiculously simple steps. Cheap & Easy. No need to spend a ton of money on a plumber. No harsh chemicals. Cost: Less than $5.00. Go to your kitchen cabinet. You probably already have these…

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