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Homemade Mint Fabric Softener

Homemade Rosemary Mint Fabric Softener Many modern washing machines have a dispenser which can add liquid fabric softener to the load of laundry automatically on the final rinse; in launderettes it may need to be added manually. Some brands of washing powder have fabric conditioning mixed in which is claimed to save money when compared …

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How To Grow A Dwarf Lemon Tree Indoors

How To Grow A Dwarf Lemon Tree Indoors When winter comes the lemon trees potted in terra cotta get moved indoors. Winter is when this trees blooms so this is a good time to start and look after a dwarf lemon tree so it can be ready for winter, and I’ve always imagined a room full …

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All Natural Homemade Jewelry Cleaner

All Natural Homemade jewelry Cleaner You don’t need fancy jewelry cleaner to get your silver to sparkle, your gold to gleam, and your gemstones to shine. Try these everyday items, most of which you probably already have in the house. Instead of opting for expensive, potentially harmful jewellery cleaners available in the store, why not make your own natural …

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How to Make Natural Deodorant

How to Make Natural Deodorant Deodorant is something we all use on a daily basis, it promises to keep us smelling fresh and sweat free… but what’s in it? What are we covering ourselves in? Eating a good diet and drinking enough water can really cut down the odour, but sometimes you need something else. Home …

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9 Natural Ways to Treat Acid Reflux

9 Natural Ways to Treat Acid Reflux Acid reflux is a condition in which acid comes back up from your stomach into your esophagus and even up to the throat, irritating the tissue. Acid reflux can be caused by many different things, including lifestyle, medication, diet, pregnancy, rapid weight gain, and certain medical conditions. Common symptoms of acid …

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3 DIY Wines You Can Make At Home

3 DIY Wines You Can Make At Home Until the early 20th century, most wine drinkers produced their own wines at home out of necessity; the average bottle of commercial wine could cost up to a month’s wages for a farmer or factory hand. As can be imagined, the quality of these homemade wines was …

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