Zsiros-Illés Ilona

Zsiros-Illés Ilona

Zsiros-Illés Ilona
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Have an abundance of pine cones this fall? Check out these 25 pine cone crafts and put them to good use! Pinecone crafts for the holidays.

Have an abundance of pine cones this fall? Check out these 25 pine cone crafts and put them to good use! Pinecone crafts for the holidays.

DIY Natural Cleaning: How to Clean the Microwave the easy way with natural cleaning supplies - http://www.realthekitchenandbeyond.com

DIY Natural Cleaning: How to Clean the Microwave the easy way with natural cleaning supplies - http://www.realthekitchenandbeyond.com

You don't need to use harsh cleaners with harmful ingredients to get a sparkling clean kitchen! These recipes are the best of the best for cleaning your home using all natural ingredients. Click to read more about the safety of commercial cleaners or Pin to save for a sparkling kitchen.

You don't need to use harsh cleaners with harmful ingredients to get a sparkling clean kitchen! These recipes are the best of the best for cleaning your home using all natural ingredients. Click to read more about the safety of commercial cleaners or Pin to save for a sparkling kitchen.

Get rid of hard water stains with a lemon!

Get rid of hard water stains with a lemon!

Lift those stains out of your carpet with ease. Step by Step Carpet Stain Removal via Clean Mama

Lift those stains out of your carpet with ease. Step by Step Carpet Stain Removal via Clean Mama

How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.

How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.

add in a little purple

add in a little purple

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