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9 uses for Baking soda

1. Odor Remover Baking soda boasts incredible odor-eliminating powers. Sprinkle it in shoes, cat boxes, ashtrays and cloth diaper pails to neutralize stinky scents, or leave an...

Started by Katherine on 05/18/2012 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 05/24/2012 by Dorienne

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75 uses for baking soda

Health Uses 1. Use it as an antacid. 2. Use it as underarm deodorant by applying it with a powder puff. 3. Mix half a teaspoon with peroxide paste and use it as...

Started by Katherine on 11/28/2010 in Informed Moms

Last update on 11/29/2010 by Julianne

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20 ways to use Vinegar

1. Remove the smell of pet Urine Remove pet or child accidents by first getting rid of the excess mess. Mix together white Vinegar with equal amounts of water (or more...

Started by Katherine on 03/12/2012 in Informed Moms

Last update on 04/10/2012 by User

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20 uses for Vinegar

Chances are you’ve got a big bottle of vinegar in your pantry right now that you only use it as a condiment. Prized for thousands of years, this fermented liquid was...

Started by Katherine on 10/19/2011 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 09/16/2012 by Katherine

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Safer Cleaners Around little people

Did you known: Using vinegar with lemon juice removes hard tough glass,and mirror stains. The best way to remove Easter Egg Dye is to put a little Vaseline on hands which will...

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Started by Yvonne on 05/10/2009 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 05/19/2009 by Yvonne

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baby shampoo recipes?

does anyone know of any? I cant find them anywhere except the ones loaded up with herbs which can cause allergic reactions...

Started by Raven on 04/06/2009 in Crafty Moms

Last update on 09/28/2009 by Janie

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Removing odors from a mattress

I need help! My son had a sleep over and they had an accident on the mattress. Now it smells like urine and has his room smelling what can i use to get it out?

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Safer cleaning chemicals around the kids

I never realized how many products on the shelf have extremely bad chemicals in them under I started using green products (environmentally friendly and safer for kids)...

Started by Samantha on 03/16/2009 in Christian Moms

Last update on 03/16/2009 by Lystra

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Make your own GREEN cleaners

You can actually MAKE your own green household cleaners: 1 Use baking soda to scrub like any scouring powder. Unlike traditional scouring powders, baking soda doesn't scratch...

Started by Katherine on 11/15/2010 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 11/19/2010 by Heather

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Green cleaning........

Today watching The Talk they had a few segments on toxins in the home. While looking at one of the links provided on their website, I came across this site. Just thought I would...

Started by Tiffany on 01/04/2011 in Stay At Home Moms

Last update on 01/04/2011 by Amelia

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Poop stains on prefolds

I have been using Indian prefolds for 8 months and love them. I hang them out in the sun to dry and, up until now, have had no problems with stains. However, since my DD started...

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Mini Volcanoes

Our little girl really enjoys the mini volcanoes we make useing a flat pan/casserole as a spill over with a small dish/cup in the center. Use baking powder/soda and vinegar with...

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