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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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45 Ways To Save Money on Your Monthly Bills

45 Ways To Save Money on Your Monthly Bills There are so many of us often feel swamped with the monthly bills and depending on the time of year. The fall is when heat needs to be used and the summer is when air conditioning is needed. One of the biggest challenges in personal finance is …

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Build A Solar Heater Out Of Pop-Cans

How To Build DIY Solar Panels with Pop-Cans Building your own DIY solar heater isn’t as hard as it seems… with this ingenious method detailed by DR Drashco over at Freeonplate.com anyone can by using empty soda cans! Solar system solution shown on the can solar website served as inspiration to build “home-made” efficient diy solar …

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How To Build A 100 Dollar Greenhouse

How To Build A 100 Dollar Greenhouse Careful planning is important before a home greenhouse project is started. Building a greenhouse does not need to be expensive or time-consuming. The final choice of the type of greenhouse will depend on the growing space desired, home architecture, available sites, and costs. The greenhouse must, however, provide the proper …

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How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring Saving seeds from your best tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, and melons.If left to themselves, these fleshy fruits would naturally fall to the earth, where some of their seeds would sprout when spring arrives again. Saving seeds from these plants mimics nature’s way and it’s not at all …

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