Homemade glass cleaner is just about the easiest cleaner to make. You probably already have all the ingredients you need. No measuring is required. This is one DIY cleaning product that everyone can make. Homemade Glass Cleaner In a spray bottle, mix equal parts rubbing alcohol and water. You can just eyeball it –
Imagine this: dishes piled up, laundry tossed on the bedroom floor, backpacks abandoned in the middle of the kitchen. Do you feel like your house is always messy? If you answer yes, you are not alone! My house is always messy – learn to master it!  What do these things have in common? Other
It’s easy to see when the dishes need washing or it’s time to do laundry. However other household chores also need to be done regularly that aren’t always so obvious. Over at Sarah Titus, I’m sharing a list of 8 household chores you probably forgot to do. Have you done any of these lately?  
I’ve made a lot of homemade household cleaners for years, but it’s only recently that I started making my own homemade laundry detergent. I had seen lots of recipes for liquid homemade laundry detergent, but I didn’t want to mess with a 5 gallon bucket and cooking soap and such. (Affiliate links are present.) UPDATE:
Hand sanitizer is convenient when you’re on the go, especially with kids (hello icky grocery shopping cart!). But I don’t care for the ingredients in a conventional bottle of hand sanitizer. There’s no need to cringe when you can make your own homemade hand sanitizer with natural ingredients for a just few pennies. Affiliate links
  On the hunt for some laundry tips to tame that laundry pileup? Here are some great ways to easily tackle the laundry once and for all. I’m a recent convert to Downton Abbey (I know, I’m terribly late to the party! But at least I’ve arrived, right?) I’m loving all the gorgeous clothing

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