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Homemade Anti-Itch Cream

Homemade Anti-Itch Cream Itching can be one of the most uncomfortable feelings in the world. There is a whole list of products available that you can buy from the drug store that are marketed as “anti-itch” treatments or cures, but you’d be hard-pressed to find anything that’s natural and doesn’t contain a long list of other undesirable …

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Homemade Water Treatment Tower

Homemade Water Treatment Tower If you are like many people and collect rainwater to use for for your garden or even for drinking? Some sources of water might contain various types of solids and other material that may have come in to your system from your water collection system. One great way to remove debris that is in …

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Fight Windshield Grime With Homemade Washer Fluid

Fight Windshield Grime With Homemade Washer Fluid Windscreens get dirty in no time this time of year, it’s essential you keep it as clean as possible when you’re driving for safety. If you own a car you will need screen wash, this recipe is a great way to save money on screen wash, why buy …

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How To Make Homemade Scented Oil Plug-In Refills

How To Make Homemade Scented Oil Plug-In Refills Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. This is a great article on how to refill your scented oil air freshener on the cheap. These …

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How To Recycle Old Sweaters Into Chic Homemade Dog Sweater

How To Recycle Old Sweaters Into Chic Homemade Dog Sweater Man’s best friend can be quite tolerant of inclement weather, but sometimes, in those regions that have bitterly cold days and nights, it’s preferred to keep your dog warm when taking him or her out for a walk or on a trip with an extra …

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How To Make Loofah Soap

How To Make Loofah Soap In everyday non-technical usage the name Luffa , also spelled loofah, usually refers to the fruit of the two species Luffa aegyptiaca and Luffa acutangula. The fruit of these species is cultivated and eaten as a vegetable. The fruit must be harvested at a young stage of development to be …

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