Learn how to make felted wool dryer balls, then save time, money, and energy by tossing four to six balls in with each dryer load. They also reduce static.
Homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets have no strong chemical perfumes like the store brands. Their light, natural scent is MUCH more inviting.
Learn how to get rid of static cling in your laundry without the use of harsh, expensive chemicals. These 8 simple and effective solutions will surprise you.
A DIY pet toy cleaner recipe to help you eliminate the problem of nasty, slobbery, pet toys naturally. Included are wet and dry recipes for all toy types.
Each year I think ahead about fun homemade Mother’s Day gifts. I feel strongly about giving attention to mothers, because I know how hard they work. And now that I have a child of my own, I realize the importance of honoring moms on this special day!
It’s actually very simple to add scent to your laundry without spending a fortune! The following recipe for natural, homemade scented laundry crystals will infuse your laundry with the freshness of your favorite essential oil.
To save more money I had to learn how to do laundry all over again and start doing it the old school way–Line Drying! Enjoy these tips I learned along the way.
Making homemade laundry detergent is easy, inexpensive, and effective in regular and HE washers. Save money and avoid chemicals with this proven recipe.
Our homemade dishwasher detergent (soap) and natural rinse agent work great, are simple, and have been successfully tested by homemakers all over the country!
Homemade Cleaners! Whether you’re trying to saving money or trying to keeping toxins out of your household, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s get started!
This homemade furniture polish recipe frees you from the chemical-based polish sold in most stores. Enjoy it along with a host of natural cleaning tips!
Soap nuts can be used to make a natural, homemade all purpose cleaner for just about everything in your home – from laundry to dishes to floors to toilets.
Repurpose your trash, don’t simply throw it out. A lot of trash – from boxes to plant tops to pantyhose – can be reused or repurposed as something useful.
These homemade insect repellent ideas include a natural spray you can make at home along with many other ideas to help you keep your home bug free this year!
I figured out how to waterproof shoes and boots naturally because it seems like I always have wet boots from gardening. Not anymore! Learn how I do it now!