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287245282457560692 1 Container with an airtight lid 4 sponges cut in half (from $1 store) 1 cup of your favorite fabric softener 2 cups water WHAT TO DO: Mix the water and fabric softener in plastic container. Add the cut sponges so they can soak in the mixture. When ready to use, squeeze the excess liquid from 1 sponge and place into the dryer with your wet clothes. Run the dryer cycle as normal. Once complete place the now dry sponge back into the container of liquid for use next time.

Never Ending Dryer Sheets: 1 Container with an airtight lid 4 sponges cut in half 1 cup of your favorite fabric softener 2 cups water Squeeze excess liquid from 1 sponge and toss in dyer. When done, put sponge back in container.

You will agree that there is nothing nastier than cleaning the toilet. However, a clean and fresh bathroom helps to keep the entire home healthy for that reason getting your bathroom clean and fresh-smelling will be of significant importance. The good news is, you can make your unique homemade bathroom cleaning ingredient which could eliminate …

You will agree that there is nothing nastier than cleaning the toilet. However, a clean and fresh bathroom helps to keep the entire home healthy for that reason getting your bathroom clean and fresh-smelling will be of significant importance. The good news is, you can make your unique homemade bathroom cleaning ingredient which could eliminate …

My grandma taught me this many years ago. Refreshing towels I use this trick all the time since I noticed my towels smelling funky. It works! - Over time, towels build up detergent and fabric softener, leaving them unable to absorb as much water and smelly. Recharge them by washing them once with hot water and 1cup vinegar, then a 2nd time with hot water and half cup baking soda. This strips the residue and leaves them fresh and able to absorb more water again. Works like a charm…

Over time, towels build up detergent and fabric softener, leaving them unable to absorb as much water and smelly. Recharge them by washing them once with hot water and vinegar, then a time with hot water and half cup baking soda. This strips the residue.

kitchen-cleaning :-) minus the crazy chemicals and icky bleach smells...

37 ways to give your kitchen a deep clean

This is a GREAT approach to cleaning the kitchen - includes garbage disposal! 37 Ways to Give Your Kitchen a Deep Clean. Kinda obsessed with cleaning my kitchen

DIY "Forever" Dryer Sheets

DIY "Forever" Dryer Sheets

DIY "Forever" Dryer Sheets - These DIY dryer sheets go in the success column! My clothes came out of the dryer smelling fresh, feeling soft and without that annoying static cling I hate so much.

A container with an airtight lid, 4-6 sponges (I use small, thin, cheap ones) 2 cups fabric softener (any brand/’flavor’) 4-5 cups water  Gently stir fabric softener and water together in container ..add sponges and put on lid to leave soak. To Use: squeeze out 1 sponge and put it in the dryer with your load of wet clothes ..when clothes are dry, put the sponge back into the container of mix. EXACTLY the same as using the expensive dryer sheets that get thrown away!

A container with an airtight lid (I use a food storage bowl w/screw on lid) sponges (I use small, thin, cheap ones) 2 cups fabric softener (any brand/’flavor’) cups water Stir, add sponges, put lid on and soak. Squeeze the liquid out to use one.

Speed Cleaning--how to get a neat & tidy house in less than 45 minutes a day!

Speed Cleaning

Speed Cleaning–how to get a neat & tidy house in less than 45 minutes a day! It WORKS! Speed Cleaning–how to get a neat & tidy house in less than…

Looking for a great way to cut your laundry costs? These DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets are just the ticket! You'll never buy fabric softener sheets again after you try these! All natural, chemical free and budget friendly too!

DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets

DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets - Looking for a great way to cut your laundry costs? These DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets are just the ticket! You'll never buy fabric softener sheets again after you try these! All natural, chemical free and budget friendly too!

This easy and quick DIY tutorial will show you how to make reusable dryer sheets that will last a long time!

Homemade Reusable Dryer Sheets

Make your own homemade reusable dryer sheets with this simple tutorial (and save money in the long run!

Nifty Novice: Homemade Laundry Needs for PENNIES!!!! (Detergent, Color-Safe Bleach, & Fabric Softener)

Nifty Novice: Homemade Laundry Needs for PENNIES! (Detergent, Color-Safe Bleach, & Fabric Softener) Great idea for anyone with dye and fragrance allergies.

Get whites white again. Just pour this mixture over even old sweat stains. Put 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 cup baking soda, and 1 cup water in a bowl.

Get whites white again. Just pour this mixture over even old sweat stains. Put cup hydrogen peroxide, cup baking soda, and 1 cup water in a bowl. by Susan Strebig

Homemade fabric softener. Super cheap!!

Homemade Fabric Softener Recipe: 6 cups HOT water 3 cups white vinegar 2 cups Suave Conditioner {or other favorite scent

DIY Dryer Sheets - MIND BLOWN! make your own NATURAL fabric softener & then make your own NATURAL dryer sheets out of it! This should be very interesting. Worth a try I reckon.

Living a special kind of life: DIY Fabric Softener & Dryer Sheets 1 Cup of distilled water 1 Cup baking soda 2 Cups of white vinegar 25 Drops of essential oil

To keep dust from settling on furniture, baseboards, lampshades, picture frames, etc I mix about a tablespoon of fabric softener with 2 quarts of water and dissolve it completely.  Then I use a terry cloth rag and wring it out really well so it's damp.  Then I wipe down anything with a hard surface including leather and wooden furniture.  There's no film and the fabric softener repels dust.  It's great for blinds and less costly than dryer sheets.

Keep Dust from Settling. (mix 1 tablespoon of fabric softener wi/ 2 quarts of water & dissolve completely, then wring out a terry cloth rag really well & wipe down anything with a hard surface (including leather and wooden furniture).

Turn inexpensive storage containers from the dollar store into chic vintage knock offs - all you need is a little know how and some paint

How to paint plastic to look like vintage metal

Awesome tutorial on how to paint inexpensive dollar store bins to look like real vintage metal! This would be super col to do in our bathroom upstairs & even in our bedroom.

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