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  • Laimis Zmuida
    Sveiki, si karta nuorodike i puslapi, kur parasyta kaip galima pasigaminti ploviklius ir skalbiklius paciam is prieinamu medziagu:
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 29 11:59 AM
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      si karta nuorodike i puslapi, kur parasyta kaip galima pasigaminti ploviklius ir skalbiklius paciam is prieinamu medziagu:

      O tiems, kas nemegsta eiti pagal nuorodas, tai idedu tekstuka tiesiai i laiska:

      Natural Homemade Cleaners and Chemical Replacers

      # Hard Water Fabric Gel Soap
      # Fabric Softener
      # All-Purpose Cleaner and Disinfectant
      # Non-Streaking Spray Glass Cleaner
      # Septic Toilet Activator
      # Automatic Dishwasher Soap
      # Automatic Dishwasher Spot-Free Rinse
      # Dishwashing Liquid
      # Non-Toxic Toilet Bowl Cleaner
      # Oven Cleaner
      # Lemony Furniture Oil

      Hard Water Fabric Gel Soap

      # 2 cups pure soap flakes
      # 1 1/2 cups Borax
      # 6 cups warm water
      # 1/2 cup glycerin
      # 2 teaspoons essential oil of either lavender, lemon or eucalyptus

      1) In a medium saucepan, stir together the soap flakes, borax, and water. Heat slowly and stir until the mixture is clear. Add the glycerin and set aside to cool.

      2) When cool, add the essential oil and stir thoroughly.

      3) Pour into a mason jar or other container and cover until needed. To use, add 1 cup of Gel per load of clothes, making sure the soap is dissolved well before adding clothes to the water. This gel works best with warm water, or dissolve it in a quart of warm water before adding it to the wash water.


      Fabric Softener

      # 1/4 cup baking soda
      # 1/2 cup white vinegar

      1) Fill the washing machine or basin with water

      2) Add the baking soda, stir it around to dissolve, then add the clothes.

      3) After rinsing the clothes, make a final rinse and add the vinegar to it.

      Another way to soften clothes is to add 1/2 cup baking soda to the wash water, or use 1 part soap flakes and 1 part borax in the wash water before you add the clothes.


      All-Purpose Cleaner and Disinfectant

      # 1 teaspoon borax
      # 1/2 teaspoon washing soda
      # 2 Tablespoons lemon juice

      1) In a spray bottle that will hold at least a pint, combine the ingredients. Add 1 cup very hot water and shake well, mixing and dissolving the dry ingredients.

      2) To use, simply spray and wipe. This can be stored indefinitely.


      Non-Streaking Spray Glass Cleaner

      # 1/4 cup white vinegar
      # 1 Tablespoon cornstarch
      # 2 cups warm water

      Put all ingredients in a large spray bottle. Shake well to dissolve the cornstarch. To use, spray liberally on the glass, wipe with a clean cloth. Buff to a streak free shine with a wadded up piece of newspaper.


      Septic Toilet Activator

      Use this if there is a persistant odor from the septic tank and indications that the sewage digesting bacteria are not present in sufficient numbers

      # 1 quart hot water
      # 1 pound brown sugar
      # 2 teaspoonsdried yeast

      Dissolve the brown sugar in hot water and leave til it is luke-warm. Stir in the yeast, and immediately flush the mixture down the toilet. Do this last thing at night when there is not as much activity in the bathroom.


      Automatic Dishwasher Soap

      # 2 cups borax
      # 2 cups washing soda

      Mix the washing soda snd the borax and store in a plastic covered container. To use, add 2 tablespoons to the dishasher soap compartment. If you have hard water, you may want to use the Spotless Dishwasher Rinse, below.


      Spotless Dishwasher Rinse

      1 to 1 1/2 cups white vinegar added to the rinse compartment of your dishwasher will do! Don't overfill. Add before washing.


      Dishwashing Liquid

      This inexpensive soap does not suds up very much, but it cleans so well! Use with hot water. Do not use it in automatic dishwashers.

      # 1/4 cup soap flakes
      # 2 cups hot water
      # 1/4 cup glycerin
      # 1/2 teaspoon lemon essential oil

      1) In bowl combine soap flakes and water and stir until the soap is dissolved. Cool to luke warm.

      2) Stir in the glycerin and the essential oil, leave to cool. AS it cools it will form a loose gel. Stir with a fork and break up the gel and then pour into a narrow-necked bottle. An old shampoo bottle makes an excellent container.

      3) To use, squirt 3 teaspoonfuls into hot running water.


      Non-Toxic Toilet Bowl Cleaner

      # 1 cup borax
      # 1/2 cup white vinegar

      1) Flush the toilet to wet the sides. Sprinkle the borax all along the sides of the inside of the bowl.

      2) Drizzle the vinegar over the borax and leave over night.

      3) Next day, scrub with a toilet brush and flush.


      Oven Cleaner

      # 1 box baking soda (16 0zs.)
      # 1/4 cup washing soda

      1) In a container mix the ingredients well.

      2) Wet the floor and walls of the oven using a rag or paper towels.

      3) Generously sprinkle the walls and floor with the mixture. Repeat and allow to sit over night.

      4) In the morning, wipe all the grease and film away using an old rag. Rinse well.

      5) Stubborn stains may have to be scrubbed with an abrasive pad and some salt.


      Lemony Furniture Oil

      # 1 cup olive oil or vegetable oil
      # 1 teaspoon lemon essential oil

      Mix well. Apply with a soft rag. Wipe and buff well to a gleaming shine.

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