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Salt used to decorate wreath Place a wreath of pinecones or faux evergreen in a paper bag with a 1/4 cup of salt. Fold the top of the bag over and gently shake.

DIY Cleaning Wipes: If you have a family with kids, you know that Lysol wipes get expensive because you need to use them frequently. The video shows you how to save a lot of money on these cleaning wipes in just a few minutes by repurposing everyday items.

Great uses for everyday items--ziploc vinegar showerhead trick does work! [Be very careful with faucets or stoppers that are dark copper--this will eat away finish. Learned the hard way]

Great uses for everyday items--ziploc vinegar showerhead trick does work! [Be very careful with faucets or stoppers that are dark copper--this will eat away finish. Learned the hard way]

from Listotic

22 Everyday Products You Can Easily Make From Home (for less!)

After doing a ton of research, I discovered that most of the popular homemade products are extremely easy to make, require less than 5 ingredients, are a fraction of the cost, and are SO much better for your health!

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Homemade Cleaning Products Recipes And Instructions

Over 40 homemade cleaning products recipes and instructions, for all around your house, with many types of ingredients, so you can make your own homemade cleaning solutions. {on Stain Removal 101}

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30 Everyday Products You Can Make Instead of Buying at Walmart

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60 New Uses For Everyday Items

You can never have enough bag clips! I recall having a drawer full of these in the kitchen that have now dwindled down to just a few. Recycl...

from Happy Money Saver

The Best DIY Homemade Drano Recipe

Check out this Homemade Drano recipe that really works! This all natural method will help with those stubborn clogs. Uses ingredients that…

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Disposable Products You Can Replace with Reusable Ones (A Cultivated Nest)

Disposable items have become a major part of everyday life. So much so, that we often don’t stop...