8 Homemade Hacks: Cleaning Recipes

8 Homemade Hacks: Cleaning Recipes

Happy April Fool’s Day! I really don’t like this holiday AT ALL. People pull pranks on me all day because they know I’m gullible. I’m the type of person that trusts most everyone until you give me a reason not to. In this day and age I know that’s probably a dangerous quality to have, but that’s just me. Take it or leave it.

So anyway, I’m not here today to share a cake recipe that could be passed off as bread or Rice Krispie Treats that look like ice cream cones. Nope. Today, I’m sharing some cleaning hacks! I’ve been having so much fun lately coming up with more natural ways to freshen and clean my home. Since it’s Spring cleaning season, I thought I would round them all up in one place for you to browse through!

Just click on the photo in the slideshow to be taken to the actual post.  As for me, I’m going back into my hole to hide until this horrible holiday (alright I’m being a bit dramatic) is over. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. Some great ideas. I clicked through and pinned the dishwasher detergent already. Going to add the ingredients to my shopping list in a few minutes. Dishwasher detergent is expensive!
    p.s. I found you on the “Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop” on Recipes for our Daily Bread.
    p.p.s. Planning on going to check out your Pinterest page right now!

  2. so happy i found this post. thanks for this!

  3. Good info! Thanks for sharing on Tips & Tricks! Hope to see you again next week! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Love the lemon-lime dusting spray! All the recipes are great, in fact. I have a bunch of good recipes that often recommend to my friends and some regular clients. Your post gave me more good ideas for new cleaning solution. Thank you for sharing, Kylie from http://carpetcleaningfulham.org.uk/ ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. It is great post.
    Thank for sharing!!

  6. Deborah Anderson says:

    What’s a good DIY cleaner for stainless steel sinks that have a rust looking color on them. If you know of something I would really be grateful I hate that look.

    • Hi Deborah! Try some good ole’ vinegar. Soak a scouring pad with some vinegar and scrub the sink. If the rust still doesn’t come out try a paste of baking soda and lemon juice. And if that still doesn’t work (and this is last resort), try some lighter fluid on a rag. It has been known to remove rust and could very well solve your problem if the other options I just mentioned don’t work! Good luck!


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