Tub and Sink

Tub and sink cleaner: Baking soda Liquid castile soap Sprinkle baking soda on the porcelain fixtures and rub with wet rag. Add a little of the liquid castile soap to the rag for more cleaning power. Rinse well to avoid leaving a hazy film.You can use a solution of distilled white vinegar to disinfect the …

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Copper Cleaner

White vinegar Water Salt Mix equal parts of vinegar and salt (a tablespoon of each should be enough to start, make more as necessary) and apply to the surface with a rag. Be sure to rinse thoroughly with water afterwards, otherwise it will corrode. Don’t use on lacquered finishes.

Windows and Mirrors

White vinegar Water Newspaper, crumpled Fill spray bottle with 1/4 cup of white vinegar then fill to the top with water. Shake bottle to combine. Spray on the surface. Rub with a lint-free rag or a torn and wadded up newspaper page.For outdoor windows, use a sponge and wash with warm water with a few …

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Baking soda White vinegar Boiling water This recipe will free minor clogs and helps to prevent future clogs. Pour 1/2 cup of baking soda down the drain first, then 1/2 cup vinegar. Let it fizz for a few minutes. Then pour down a teakettle full of boiling water. Repeat if needed. If the clog is …

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Oven Cleaner

Baking soda Water Mix 1 cup of baking soda with enough water to make a paste. Apply to oven surfaces and let stand for about 15 minutes. Use a scouring pad for scrubbing most surfaces. A spatula or a bread knife is effective to get under large food deposits. This recipe will require more scrubbing …

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Linoleum & Harwood Floors

(Good for finished hardwood floors too) White or distilled vinegar Water Mop with a mixture of 1/2 cup vinegar in a bucket (pail) of warm water. The vinegar odor will go away shortly after the floor dries.

Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Baking soda Liquid castile soap Sprinkle baking soda inside the bowl as you would any scouring powder. Add a couple drops of soap in also. Scrub with a toilet bowl brush and finish outside surfaces with a damp cloth or paper towel sprinkled with baking soda. Tip: Add some white distilled vinegar to kill bacteria.

All Purpose Cleaner

Liquid castile soap For spots on woodwork, tile and linoleum, add a few drops of liquid soap to a wet washcloth and rub surface briskly. Rinse and wipe thoroughly to remove any leftover streaks.

Tips To Treat Eczema

Eczema can be described as a type of inflammation of the upper layers of the skin and the term eczema is broadly applied to a lot of different recurring skin rashes. Usually indicated by dry, red, flaking skin, in serious cases the victim may even have oozing or even bleeding Traditionally, eczema treatment using anti-itch …

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