This homemade air freshener is a simple, versatile spray that you can use to remove odors from any area, not just bathrooms. It can be used in the kitchen for cooking odors, laundry rooms for dirty clothing odors, mudrooms where smelly shoes are lurking, or even bedrooms.
Homemade cleaning products for the kitchen, bath, and entire home.
There are many uses for old sheets, towels, and other linens. Sure, you could turn them into rags but why do that when there are so many other useful things to do with them.
Homemade cleaners, for some reason, were the one area of natural living where I fell short. It was hard for me to believe they actually worked, but after using them, I found that couldn’t be further from the truth!
Pine needles are very useful, so if you have a real tree and it’s dropping needles, don’t throw them out! Check out this list of 15 cool ways to use them and save them instead of throwing them out.
These homemade stain remover and odor eliminator solutions are all-natural and perfect for holiday parties, where someone ALWAYS manages to spill wine, gravy, or worse. This year clean your holiday messes naturally, and with confidence!
The benefits of African Black Soap are known far and wide, so let’s review them and go over the process for making it ourselves so we can maximize its effectiveness and enjoy the results first hand.
Let’s make a homemade dusting solution with reusable wipes so you can control the ingredients, save money, and stop throwing out all those expensive disposable dust wipes!