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    Beauty, Cleaning -- Don't Eat These

    Beauty, and other household recipes. Tips and timesavers.

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    32 Reviews |  By Deely

    WOW! No streaks, no smears, no buffing. This will clean ceramic tile counter tops, windows and their vinyl casings, SS appliances, sealed wood AND it removes hairspray from mirrors. So far that's all I've tried it on, as I came up with this recipe just this morning. I've been a cleaning fool today, experimenting on everything. I love it...Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #135802

    I think this is quite an old recipe, it's been used in my family for a long time. I like it because there are no chemicals, it's inexpensive and it smells good! This can be used as an air freshener or as a personal freshener on a hot day. Try spraying your poor hot feet after a hot day of shopping. I use it to spray on my hands after dishes or housework, the vinegar is a natural skin softener.

    Recipe #96663

    This a simple to make and easy to use sugar scrub. You may have seen simmilar versions selling in chain stores that are expensive. However, this is simple to make and easy to make variations of. Its good for exfoliating any part of your body and seems to work well on my sensitive skin. It makes my skin soft without having to spend a lot which is important when you are a broke student! I hope you enjoy! This originally callled for one cup olive oil, but i have since changed it to 1/2 cup to reflect the reccomendations of others.

    Recipe #92027

    Detergent for the dishwasher is SO expensive. I searched the net for a home-made alternative and developed this simple recipe. We've been using it for a while now and it washes the dishes even better than the shop bought variety. The amount needed will depend on how soft your water is - we find 1 tablespoon is enough, but we're on tank water. You might need 2 tablespoons if you're on hard town water. Instead of Rinse Aid, we just use white vinegar.

    Recipe #91963

    Cleaning your microwave couldn't get any easier than this!

    Recipe #82412

    This is straight out of the laundry room of DH's grandmother; it works too! I've also entered this under the "kid friendly" category because there was no "parent friendly" category to choose from! This spray concoction has been a godsend when getting stains out of my toddlers clothes.

    Recipe #68119

    From the Thursday magazine; this was submitted by Jyoti S. Mehta.

    Recipe #59326

    This makes your skin feel very soft, it is gentle and not messy. For a dry or sensitive skin use cream or olive oil as a binder, for an oily skin the yogurt. I have a dry skin and I like the cream best, and as that usually comes out of the fridge it makes a nice cool facial. If you have any left, treat your hands as well!

    Recipe #58542

    48 Reviews |  By Tish

    The name brand is expensive but this is an inexpensive alternative and less harmful to your clothes than bleach!

    Recipe #32716

    This mixture is true bliss for anyone with dry or sensitive skin. Perfect for gifting to that special friend. The oils are interchangeable, so I have included the oils that could be used. Equation to convert to ounces is included

    Recipe #331493

    To rid your pan of burnt food stains, this is an easy trick I learnt here in Mumbai from the Asian Age newspaper's article "Rid your kitchen of mess" by Rupali Nayar. Enjoy!

    Recipe #124410

    Here's what Jerry Baker uses to clean and deodorize pet urine-damaged areas.

    Recipe #101342

    This is wonderful for keeping your shower curtains clean from dirt and mold. Cook time is wash cycle.

    Recipe #75185

    6 Reviews |  By ~Bekah~

    This herbal steam will open pores, extract impurities and clear sinuses. It is also very helpful for alleviating headaches. From a spa pamphlet I received recently.

    Recipe #69023

    "From the Chef's hat" column of the Thursday magazine dated April 10-16'03. DO NOT DRINK!

    Recipe #64426

    Just as good as the store brands.

    Recipe #15168


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