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  • If you add cinnamon to your vacuum cleaner filter you will also make the house smell nice as you go!

 

  • Having an issue with ants? Use Baby powder wherever you see them. Sprinkle it around, as these pests hate scented talcum and try to stay away from it.  

 

  • Kill weeds fast with a jug of boiling water mixed with a few tablespoons of salt. This is a great way to eradicate pesky weeds from between the pavers, without wrecking your back or your fingernails!

 

 

  • When dusting your television or venetian blinds, use a soft cloth that has been dampened with fabric softener ? this will reduce the static that attracts dust.

 

 

  • To remove bleach smell from hands pour a little vinegar or lemon juice over your hands then rinse. Or just wear gloves!

 

 

  • Add 2 drops of tea tree oil and 2 drops of lemon essential oil to a cotton ball and place in the bottom of your waste bin to keep your kitchen smelling clean and fresh!

 

 

  • Got chilli on your hands? Rub olive oil into your skin, it will remove the chilli from your skin instantly!

 

 

  • Want to deter pests? Have a few Peppermint plants around your home, they hate the stuff!

 

 

  • Clean your BBQ in time for Summer! Heat up the BBQ then turn off. Scrunch a ball of foil, dip it in water, sprinkle baking soda on the ball & scrub in the direction of the grill. Heat up the BBQ again then oil the grill, cook and enjoy!

 

 

  • Need to clean your microwave? Easy! Half fill a bowl with water and add ½ cup of lemon juice (vinegar works too, but it doesn't smell as nice), heat for 5 minutes and leave to stand with the door closed for another 2 minutes and wipe over. Hey presto, clean microwave without scrubbing!

 

 

  • A chemical free dishwasher cleaner! Place a dishwasher safe cup filled with white vinegar on the top shelf of the dishwasher and run it through a cycle with the hottest water setting. Then sprinkle a cup of baking soda on the bottom of the machine and run it through a short cycle. The vinegar helps lift the grime and the baking soda cleans it away leaving it fresh and sparkling!

 

 

  • Need to clean those hard to reach window tracks? Sprinkle baking soda, (be sure to get into those corners!) then pour a little white vinegar over and leave for 10 minutes… wipe up with paper towel and use an old toothbrush to reach those corners, and done!

 

 

  • For a great grout cleaner mix 7 cups of water, ½ cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and ¼ cup of white vinegar, add to a spray bottle & spray tile grout & leave it sit for a few minutes before mopping.

 

 

  • Vinegar is a great natural cleaner, but never ever use it on natural stone as it will cause pitting which cannot be repaired!

 

 

  • Dusty blinds? Pop an old (clean!) sock over your hand and dip in white vinegar and use to wipe over each blade – quick and easy!

 

 

  • Once a month, pour 1 cup of bicarb soda down into your drains and immediately follow with 1 cup of white vinegar. Don't be alarmed: it will fizz a bit and form a little white tornado. Wait 30 minutes then flush with cold water and enjoy clean smelling, free flowing drains

 

  • Need to clean your stainless steel? Rub a little Olive Oil with a soft paper towel across the surface and say goodbye to fingerprints and streaks! To avoid scratches be sure to rub in the direction of the grain.

 

 

  • Once a week for 20 minutes, sit in a hot bath that contains a handful of Epsom salts, 10 drops of lavender essential oil, and half a cup of baking soda. This combo draws out toxins, lowers stress-related hormones, and balances your pH levels – you seriously have to try this one!

 

 

  • Attack those hard water stains on your glass and tiles with this Epsom Salt Scrub! Mix 1 cup Epsom salts, ½ cup baking soap and ¼ cup liquid dish soap in a small bowl and mix well – use to scrub those hard water stain away and see your bathroom sparkle again!

 

  • Scratches on your timber furniture? Try this magic remover! Mix ¾ cup olive oil and ¼ cup white vinegar and rub this solution into the timber and watch it come back like new!