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Best Homemade Car Upholstery Cleaner

Best Homemade Car Upholstery Cleaner Cleaning car upholstery can be an easy or hard task it all depends on using the right cleaners for the job. While commercial car care products may work, they can be expensive. Instead, you can make your own homemade upholstery cleaner that will clean effectively without breaking your budget. Cleaning …

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Homemade All-Natural Mouthwash (3 Recipes)

Homemade All-Natural Mouthwash (3 Recipes) If you prefer to use natural health products and tend to avoid chemicals and dyes then this homemade all natural mouth wash is perfect for you.I require a lot out of my mouthwash. All the artificial sweeteners and chemical additives in conventional mouthwash are a no-no in my book, but …

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2 Ingredient Homemade Car De-Icer Spray

2 Ingredient Homemade Car De-Icer Spray  It’s that dreaded time of year again for many of us. For those of us who live in the northern part of the country, the snow is falling, cars are stalling, and I start grumbling a bit more than usual. You can go to the store and buy ready …

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DIY Rotating Canned Food System

DIY Rotating Canned Food System Are you looking for a can holder, can dispenser, can rack, or can organizer? well if you are then check out this article from homeandgardeningideas.com. They show us a canned storage rack that is so simple just about anyone can do it. Storing canned food in your kitchen cabinets is an inefficient …

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Which Homemade Laundry Detergent Recipe is Best?

Which Homemade Laundry Detergent Recipe is Best? Do you want to clean your clothes without the cost of a commercial laundry detergent? Here are some tested homemade recipes to find the best alternatives to buying store detergents. Most households do a lot of laundry, about eight loads a week on average. when we had my …

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Homemade Cracked Heel Remedy – For Super Soft Feet!

Homemade Cracked Heel Remedy – For Super Soft Feet! Cracked heels are a sign of lack of attention to foot care rather than just overexposure or lack of moisturizing. Medically, cracked heels are also known as heel fissures. Fissures are regular linear cut wounds and mostly affect the surface level which comprises of the epidermis. …

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