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Posted by Ron Ouellette on 10/27/2016

Make your own cleaning products its is easy and less expensive. One great cleaner to make homemade cleaners is oven cleaner. Oven cleaner often has lots of chemicals but when you make your own you can use less toxic items you have around your home. Here is a recipe for homemade oven cleaner: Ingredients: 2 tablespoons dishwashing liquid 2 teaspoons borax 1/4 cup ammonia 1–1/2 cups warm water 1. Mix all of the ingredients together. 2. Apply the mixture to oven spills, and let sit for 20 to 30 minutes. 3. Scrub with an abrasive nylon-backed sponge and rinse well. WARNING: Never mix cleaning products containing bleach and ammonia, as dangerous fumes will result.





Posted by Ron Ouellette on 8/25/2016

A bar of soap won't just keep you clean it can serve many more purposes! Here are some uses for soap to solve common household problems: Stop squeaky hinges by wedging moist soap between the doorframe and hinge, and work the door back and forth; also rub soap directly onto the hinge. No more squeaks in floorboards when you work a little moist soap into the cracks between the boards. Unstick a stubborn zipper by rubbing soap on both sides while closed, then unzip it and rub soap over the opened teeth. Solve sticky drawers by rubbing both sides and the underside with soap. To keep eyeglasses from steaming in cold weather, rub both sides of each lens with soapy fingers, and then polish. Have any of these tricks worked for you? Share more soapy tips below.  





Posted by Ron Ouellette on 12/31/2015

Have you ever taken your jewelry to be cleaned? Having your jewelry professionally cleaned will set you back quite a bit of money. Making your own homemade jewelry cleaner can give you the same results for a fraction of the cost. Here is recipe for homemade jewelry cleaner: Ingredients: 1/4 cup ammonia 1/4 cup dishwashing liquid 3/4 cup water 1. Mix all the ingredients well, then soak your jewelry in the solution for a few minutes. 2.Clean around the stones and designs with a soft-bristle toothbrush. 3. Buff dry. Caution: Don't use this with gold-plated jewelry; with soft stones such as pearls, opals, or jade; or with costume jewelry, because it could ruin the plastics or loosen the glue.





Posted by Ron Ouellette on 10/8/2015

Have you ever tried to clean your rugs? It can expensive and difficult to get the stains out. It can also be dangerous for small children and pets to put harmful chemicals on your rugs. Here is a recipe for a homemade rug cleaner that works great and is safe for your family: Ingredients: 1/4 teaspoon dishwashing liquid 1 cup lukewarm water 1. Combine the dishwashing liquid and water. 2. Use a spray bottle to apply the solution over a large area, or use the solution to spot-clean nongreasy stains. Don't use substitute laundry detergent or dishwasher detergent in place of dishwashing liquid, as they may contain additives that can affect the rug's color.







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