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Spotless #Clean

Spot Free
Do you have spot or cloudy glassware from hard water residue? There is a quick and easy trick that you can do to make them look new and clear again. Boil white vinegar and water at a 1 to 1 solution (1 cp to 1 cp) in a sauce pan. Soak your glassware for 15 to 20 minutes in the solution. When they are done wash them in soap and water and hand dry them. If they still come out cloudy or they have obvious substantial stains you can use just vinegar the same way and it will help get them even cleaner.

Do not Wine about that stain #FrugalLiving

For more Frugal Living cleaning tips click hereWine Stains?

Have you ever spilled wine? If you have you know it can make a nasty stain, there is no need to worry there is a little trick that can help you. Hydrogen Peroxide will help to get that awful stain out, pour a little on throw it in the wash.

Sticky Shovel #*&%$@$@ #Help

Get more money saving tips to clean up around the house.It is snowing again and it is time to shovel your driveway and walkway. You are getting a good motion going when all of a sudden the snow sticks to your shovel either it pulls the shovel out of your hands, pulls you over or puts out your back. Did you know that there is a little trick to make so that this does not happen? Coat your shovel with two thick coats of Paste Car Waxand the snow will slide off.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

To good to miss! #share

We will find #deals that will #save you tons!So we are going to start sharing more of the awesome deals that we find here on our blog. We share tons of deals on ourTwitterfeed but we will share specific items that are just too good not to let you know about, on ourTwitterfeed you will find a lot of discounts but on our blog we will share singular items. So if you are looking for great deals we will share them here. FromDesigner clothingtoTravelwe will find some of the best deals in the world and we will put them here.
 
 

Grease off Hand Cleaner

Click here to veiw DIY automotive tips!Grease off Hand Cleaner
 
Ingredients:
1 cup borax
1 to 2 tsp. pure turpentine
1 tsp. sweet orange essential oil
1 cup ground soap
 
Preparation:
With very clean hands, work the turpentine andessential oilinto the borax until there are no lumps left, next add the soap. Keep it in a wide-mouthed jar or tin that’s easy to open when your hands are greasy, something you won’t mind getting dirty on the outside. Anail brushand pumice stone also help with the hand cleanser.

Mold and Mildew

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Getting rid of mold and mildew in theshoweris sometimes a chore, using this little trick will help: Put 1cup of vinegar in a large spray bottle and fill the rest of the bottle with tap water. Spray and wipe down tile or Formica shower walls or sink with a sponge or cloth. The vinegar and water will clean the walls and inhibit the growth of mold and mildew. When you are done spray thebathroommirror and clean it with thissolution for a streak free shine!
 
 

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Greasy Pots & Pans?

Check out more frugal living cleaning tips when you click hereGreasy Pots & Pans?
 
Nothing is worse than dealing with greasy dishes. The water sheds off of what you are trying to wash the grease gets everywhere and it is a job to get rid of the film. Something that we have found to help with the "greasy dishes blues" is to add 3 tablespoons of vinegar to your soapy dishwater. This will help you get rid of this nasty greasy nemesis. "Vinegar it cuts the grease away"
 
 
 
 
 
 

Cleaning a Dirty Shower Head #DIY

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You climb into theshowerand notice that the stream reminds you of a gentle rain, awe so soothing. Wait a second the shower is set to have a wide pattern with enough pressure to blow off  all the dirt. When yourshowerhead gets plugged up with a ton of mineral deposit it will barely work, I suppose if you are on a diet and you need to loose  a little weight leave it alone because you will have to run around the shower stall to get wet.

Fighting Hard Water Stains #DIY

Get more cleaning tips to help your frugal Living when you click hereFighting Hard Water Spots 
 
You are in thebathroomto do you daily cleaning you wipe everything down, wow that looks awesome everything is so shiny and spot free. You walk away and come back 15 minutes later what happened all of the spots have come back, it does not look like you have not done a thing! A little trick that will effectively take care of the water spots and not scratch the surface. Baking soda this non-abrasive compound, when made into a paste with a little bit of water, will wipe away those annoying hard water spots and leave a shiny polished looking finish.