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My husband would really love this!
This sounds delicious!!! Similar to Shepherd’s Pie and yet better 🙂March 6, 2014 at 2:30 pm in reply to: DIY Fabreze Alternative that is totally green, does NOT use fabric softener! #452044
@Gramshel 443685 wrote:
Just being wacky ! If we really took it to the greenest level you could grow then distill your own potatoes and start with your own homemade Vodka!
Love this site!
that’s a great idea…lol 🙂March 4, 2014 at 1:34 pm in reply to: DIY Fabreze Alternative that is totally green, does NOT use fabric softener! #451977
@MsDebbie 442722 wrote:
I was mainly thinking of people that dont buy booze lol.
lol…i understand that. i use the vodka for cleaning things only and you do have to be willing to go into the liquor store and ask for the cheapest vodka they have and even say it is for cleaning not drinking so they don’t try to sell you better stuff 🙂March 3, 2014 at 3:50 pm in reply to: DIY Fabreze Alternative that is totally green, does NOT use fabric softener! #451932
@MsDebbie 441548 wrote:
Rubbing alcohol would probably work also.
Rubbing alcohol has a strong smell though and vodka does not have much smell at all. Also rubbing alcohol is not safe on all surfaces. But yes the rubbing alcohol would make it dry and it would help preserve it I believe.February 26, 2014 at 2:38 pm in reply to: DIY Fabreze Alternative that is totally green, does NOT use fabric softener! #451677
Great! I hope you like it 🙂
I can’t even count all the ways I use vinegar around the house! So many do not even realize it is one of the best germ killers around as well while being safe and the smell is very temporary and can be offset in many applications with essential oils. I have recipes for making all kinds of cleaners with vinegar and have to keep a couple gallons around the house (one downstairs and one upstairs) at all times!
Laundry was my first experiment with vinegar and like you I add it to all loads and even make my homemade fabric softener with it and a couple other ingredients. And in spite of it’s initial smell it will remove all kinds of nasty odors from your laundry 🙂
Try using white vinegar in your wash load to get rid if persistent odors in laundry….just add about 1/2 cup directly into your load of laundry or through the bleach dispenser. You may think this would smell like vinegar on the clothes but it actually doesn’t and it removes some of the worst smells!!!