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Homemade Paste Oven Cleaner ½ cup water enough baking soda to make a paste – about to ½ cup 1 tablespoon castile soap or whatever dish soap you have on hand / via Clean Mama

How to Grow an Avocado Tree in a Small Pot at Home

How to Grow an Avocado Tree in a Small Pot at Home

DIY Natural mosquito repellent. How to burn coffee grounds to repel mosquitos and other insects at home. Most effective bug repeller!

DIY Natural mosquito repellent. How to burn coffee grounds to repel mosquitos and other insects at home. Most effective bug repeller!

After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away The Used Tea Bags! #AfterReadingThisYouWillNeverThrowAwayTheUsedTeaBags!

After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away The Used Tea Bags! #AfterReadingThisYouWillNeverThrowAwayTheUsedTeaBags!

Grow your own ginger roots from store-bought produce with these simple tips. Best Grown in a Pot! #Howtogrowvegetablesinyourowngarden

Grow your own ginger roots from store-bought produce with these simple tips. Best Grown in a Pot! #Howtogrowvegetablesinyourowngarden

Succulents make great houseplants and they are very easy to propagate. How to propagate succulents from leaf and stem cuttings, step by step instructions.

Succulents make great houseplants and they are very easy to propagate. How to propagate succulents from leaf and stem cuttings, step by step instructions.

The secret to watering your succulents properly? Your plants will tell you exactly what they need! Pin now, read later - your succulents will appreciate it! :)

The secret to watering your succulents properly? Your plants will tell you exactly what they need! Pin now, read later - your succulents will appreciate it! :)

How to make natural Pesticides for your garden

How to make natural Pesticides for your garden

Planting ideas for garden pots. Splash of white. For a hint of spring on your patio, arrange several plants in a wide, low planter as you would in a garden.

Planting ideas for garden pots. Splash of white. For a hint of spring on your patio, arrange several plants in a wide, low planter as you would in a garden.