Sunday, June 1, 2008

DIY Cleaners & Home Remedies

Laundry Cleaners: 

DIY Sinus Bombs (Congestion & Stuffy Noses)

Cleaners Reviews:


Amber Rowland said... #

I made this cleaner about a month ago and I absolutely love it. My clothes smell great and are very soft. Thanks for such a great idea. Saves Lots of money too.

Leslie said... #

Great little tip. I think the homemade cleaners are the way to go, they can save you a bunch of money and of course your health!

I started making my own homemade cleaners a few years ago and wouldn't want it any other way. My experience with my cleaning products has been really good, they all work really well so you are not sacrificing anything.

Anonymous said... #

I checked this post out yesterday and there was no recipe for the cleaners. Came back today to see if it was just a glitch and there still isn't anything here. Would love to try it! I love saving money! Could u repost or email it to me??? Email is

Daisy Mae said... #

Anonyous, please click on the homemade laundry detergent and it will come up

Anonymous said... #

The recipe for the cleaner doesn't come up? Is there a problem?

Anonymous said... #

Nevermind, finally got it, Thanks!!

Tina Butler said... #

The only recipe at this time for homemade cleaners is laundry detergent. If you click the link it will come up.

Unknown said... #

I have found a good fabric softener use lavender essential oil I use a food processor
2 c, Epsom salt
1/2 c. baking soda
20- 30 drops essential oil
I doubled with orange and lemon E.O
Baking soda is a great neutralizer for odors and softener. if you need more scent pour one cap of unstoppable fabric softener in the batch you still use less and save cost