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White Vinegar Uses: As Easy as 1, 2, 3

White Vinegar Uses: As Easy as 1, 2, 3 Any practiced DIYer knows that vinegar is a handy tool for nearly anything. A key ingredient to a healthy snack, an effective and eco-friendly cleaner, and much more, vinegar comes in handy in almost any household or outdoor dilemma. We’ve shared a lot about the common …

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3 Steps To Reverse A Slow Metabolism Naturally

3 Steps To Reverse A Slow Metabolism Naturally When it comes to losing weight and being healthier overall, increasing your metabolism plays a big part. A faster metabolism helps you with digestion, and helps burn off fat and pounds, even while you’re sleeping. A slow metabolism can take it’s toll on the best of us! …

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5 Homemade Rat Poison Recipes

5 Homemade Rat Poison Recipes Rats are vermin that can spread diseases and also ruin your home’s structure. Most commercial rat poisons will kill rats, but they contain extremely toxic chemicals that also pose a risk to humans and domestic animals as well.Homemade rat poison is easy to make and is much safe for home …

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How To Build a 3 Drum Rain Collection System

Build a 3 Drum Rain Collection System It is time to start thinking about rain and rain catchment systems. You can save a lot of money by installing one or two rain barrels. Once you get two in tandem going it is not too long before the idea of gravity feed can come into play. …

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3 Homemade Flea Repellent Shampoo Recipes

3 Homemade Flea Repellent Shampoo Recipes There is nothing worse than finding out that your pet has got fleas, Its a painful and traumatic experience having fleas…they’re constantly itching, they’re skin is red raw and they are altogether miserable! Rather than opt for the chemical-laden, store bought products, why not give this home made flea powder a …

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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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