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    Quote Originally Posted by relle View Post
    A well known washing powder/liquid manufacturer sales person once told my dad that you only need half the amount of washing powder/liquid to what it says on the box/bottle. He said they tell u to use more so u buy more. It apparently also adds extra years to the life of your washing machine too.
    also use a tad bi carb soda and a dash white vinegar..will makes white super white!!

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    http://shannonlush.com/

    this lady has great tips!!
    I hear her on 3AW Melbourne sometimes..l

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    Does anyone know how to get marks off of white pleather dining chairs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyslapper View Post
    Put a couple of teabags into a spray bottle and leave it to soak. Use it to spray toys, cushions mattress pillow ect. The tannin in the tea naturally kills allergy causing dustmites.
    get a used tea bag with couple drops of lavender oil.. let vacuum suck it up ..great for allergy.dust and makes pleasant smell

    for mould ..get spray bottle ..one litre water ..5 drops oil of clove..spray leave for 12 hours..then wipe..kills mould ..not just cleans it..
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    Vicks chest rub on mozzie bites takes the itch away

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    if your dog is scratching and has an itchy bite etc, use a bit of sudocrem... soothes it straight away & they stop scratching!

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    Although I have tried clove oil for mould on pants and it didn't work. Only the Milton's soak helped that.
    Though my sister soaked a shower curtain in Clove oil and water in bucket for 2 days and it killed and cleaned off mould.

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    Any tips on how to get nail polish out of a suede couch???????
    Would live to know the answer to this!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daysta112 View Post
    Soaking in white vinegar helps too
    Gumption ! It gets rid of anything !
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    Oooooo I love Gumption! I use it everywhere! It's awesome on glass shower doors

    Toughlove I meant to say I've tried acetone on the carpet... It worked a lil bit but it's a fair size patch of superglue (thanks dp!) lol


 

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