Try Using This as a Blind Cleaner

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Cleaning the blinds is one of those household jobs that isn't easy to do, you can either hire someone to clean the blinds for you and spend a lot of money, or you can try using this as a blind cleaner and save yourself money. This household cleaning tip for cleaning your blinds is done by making your homemade laundry detergent; you will be glad that you tried this, not only will you save money but you'll also have some eco-friendly laundry detergent to use afterward. You can make this simple homemade laundry detergent to clean your blinds using simple ingredients that you may already have around the house. You can use a nice jar and label it, for use later. Making your laundry detergent is a good way to know what ingredients you are using on your clothing, and helps to ensure that you are using products that are good for the environment. You can make it to smell however you want it, from lavender to citrus and more. You will love how good it smells, and how well it works.

You will be amazed at just how great this house cleaning tip will leave your blinds and your house looking like new. Afterward, when you go to use your homemade laundry detergent, you will love the way your clothes smell and feel. When using this DIY laundry detergent, you will have to need to treat stains with something before washing them, just as you would if you were using commercial laundry detergent. Tough stains can include coffee, mustard, glue, grease and wine. The following are some of the household cleaning tips for stain removers you may already have in your home and can try. For glue, stains try loosening the dried on glue first by soaking a clean cloth in some white vinegar and then saturating the glue spot until it's gone.

For grease stains try adding baking soda to the wash load or pretreating the grease stain with some baking soda paste (baking soda and water). For grass stains use about a 1/3 cup of white vinegar and 2/3 cup of water and apply the natural laundry detergent to the stain and blot. Then repeat the process as needed then wash as you normally would. For fruit, jam, mustard and coffee stains try rubbing a small amount of white vinegar gently onto the laundry stain and then wash as you normally would. Chances are you will be pleasantly surprised at just how well these natural laundry detergent stain removers work. The best part is that these natural stain removers are inexpensive, toxic-free and safe to use around your family and the environment. These house cleaning tips and tricks for blind cleaning can be found on the Giraffe Legs" site. This is just one of the household cleaning tips you will find on the site. Other ideas you will find include crafts, painted furniture ideas, upcycling, decorating, household cleaning tips, food, seasonal and so much more. **

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