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17 Easy Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do
A nice little roundup of cheap and easy curb appeal ideas for your home with lots of before and after photos! Whether you have a small home, ranch style home, split level home, or anything in between, you're sure to find something that will make it stand out from the rest!
a white towel sitting on top of a black stove top oven burner with a microwave in the background
Friday Favorites - Iowa Girl Eats
DIY glass stove cleaner All you need is Bowl & Hot Soapy Water Baking Soda A Cleaning Rag Gloves (I didn’t use any because I thought baking soda wouldnt be harsh on my hands.. but I was wrong, so try to use gloves, you’ll thank me later) From Behind The Studio
baking soda and cleaning sponges sit on a countertop in front of an oven
Homemade Glass Stove Top Surface Cleaner
GLASS TOP STOVE CLEANER: 1. Baking soda 2. Liquid dish soap Start with about 1 tsp. of baking soda and add enough dish soap to form a paste (also about 1 tsp.). Using a sponge with a mildly abrasive side but one that won’t scratch, work in circles focusing on tough areas of the stove top. When you’re done, wipe with a microfiber cloth to polish the glass surface.
a woman cleaning the wall with a sponge
How To: Clean Painted Walls
Solution to clean walls - 1 cup ammonia, 1/2 cup vinegar, and 1/4 cup baking soda to one gallon of warm water.
various cleaning supplies are sitting on the counter
Homemade Glass Cleaner: The 3 Best DIY Recipes
Solution for Washing Outside Windows that you can just hose spray and not wipe off at the end.
a bottle of mouthwash next to a green towel and microfiber cloth on the floor
Clean baseboards with Scrubbing Bubbles. Spray on, wipe off. It doesn't remove the paint!
a bottle of cleaner sitting on top of a table
One Good Thing by Jillee: Making Homemaking Simple and Enjoyable
Ever since I started using HYDROGEN PEROXIDE to get rid of armpit stains, to clean cookie sheets, as a miracle cleaner in my kitchen and bathroom, and to make my own “oxi clean”…I ALWAYS have at least one bottle of the stuff under my kitchen sink, under my bathroom sink, AND in the laundry room. This stuff is amazingly versatile!