DIY Wood Floor Cleaner (Safe, Non-Toxic, Easy and Cheap!)

My floors are so messy! I’m always looking for new ways to add some some polish and hide dirt. That’s why I’m excited to try this all-natural wood floor cleaner from Gathered In The Kitchen. I’m so glad to have run across this DIY. It only has three ingredients and it works great on laminate and solid hardwood floors!

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Gathered In The Kitchen – DIY Wood Floor Cleaner (Safe, Non-Toxic, Easy and Cheap!)

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mold mildew

Ewwww. Mold and mildew. There is some hiding in even the cleanest of houses. I didn’t know this until now, but September is ‘Mold Awareness’ month. That stuff if bad for you! Mold makes your bathroom look nasty and can cause some serious health issues. Here are 5 all-natural-ways from Plant Care Today to get rid of it.

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Plant Care Today – 5 Natural Ways To Treat Household Mold And Mildew

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mouse trap

Mouse problem? No problem! Not with this trap from Instructables. This is a great catch-and-release style trap that won’t harm the mice. It’s easy to make and all from repurposed materials. Don’t forget to release what you catch somewhere where they won’t come back. Or you could be doing this over and over and over again.

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Instructables – Simple ‘No-Kill’ Mouse Trap

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25 Deep Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak

I go through cleaning phases but I’m not in one now. Sometimes the mess just doesn’t bother me and the dirt builds up, and up, and up. But I don’t think I can put the cleaning off any longer! If your home is in a need of a deep clean like mine, don’t freak out. It isn’t that bad! Here are some easy tricks that are quick but still work wonders on all that grime.

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Diply – 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak

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laundry soap for a year

This sounds like a good deal to me. I have always been a liquid laundry detergent person but I can see myself branching out to try this and you should too. I am excited to feature One Good Thing By Jillee and her wonderful soap recipe. It looks great and $30 for a year of soap is hard not get excited about!

Find out how to make your own here…

OneGoodThingByJillee – Make A Year’s Worth Of Laundry Soap For $30.00

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dryer duct cleaning

The last time I cleaned my dryer ducts was…an embarrassingly long time ago. I clean out the lint trap all the time have neglected the major fire starter in the back. Opps! I need to do this ASAP. A wonderful tutorial from Pretty Handy Girl will help save you some money and keep the professionals away. It will also keep the house safe from fire.

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PrettyHandyGirl – Time To Clean Your Dryer Ducts (Prevent Fires)

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range hood cleaning

I’d rather just pretend that there aren’t any dark greasy places in my kitchen. Out of sight out of mind, right? Nope, I know they are there and eventually I need to clean ‘em. Ewwww! I’m going to need another Costco sized box of baking soda for this one! Zephyr Range Hoods has an awesome tutorial on how to clean the nastiest of greasy places and you need to check it out! I have been following their advice like crazy lately and it works like a charm. See for yourself…

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Zephyr Range Hoods – How To Clean That Greasy Stove Hood Filter

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