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Vinegar
Posted on 01.30.17 by itscrazydelicious @

I love vinegar – not only to clean counters with but also to clean my fruits and veggies with. I am not going to waste my money buying special and probably toxic veggie washes when I can just use vinegar. And people may think that vinegar is going to make everything stink but you can not even smell it once you spray it on and then rinse it off. It is a cheap and very effective way to clean everything!


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Clean Your China
Posted on 05.08.13 by itscrazydelicious @

Do you have beautiful bone china that just is not quite as nice as it could be because of stains. No problem. This is a quick and easy tip for you – just get out your nail polish and polish them up with a cotton swab. It should take the stains right out. Just be sure to wash them afterwards before you go to use them.


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Clean Your Waffle Iron
Posted on 06.09.12 by itscrazydelicious @

It is just so important to keep your appliances clean. So that the next time you go to use them they will not be all gross. That is why many people forget about and do not use all there cool appliances. If you have a waffle maker the best thing to clean it with is an old soft toothbrush…it works wonders. And if you do not want to have to do a heaviy cleaning everytime that you use it just be sure to wipe it with a little oil before you use it…that way nothing will stick to it!


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New Pans
Posted on 06.09.12 by itscrazydelicious @

If you like to cook and you cook often but do not take care of your pans…the best bet is to get the cheaper pans and just replace them every 6 months…sort of like a toothbrush. My sister is horrible at cleaning her pans and they are just simply gross. So every once in a while I will just go to Walmart and get replacements. It just is better and more healthy and sanitarty to have clean pans.


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Berry Picking
Posted on 06.01.12 by itscrazydelicious @

I just love to go berry picking. I prefer to go strawberry picking more so than blueberry picking however either way I come home with berry stains on my hands that just seem like it is never going to go away. If you berry stains do not come off with soap and water try a lemon or lemon juice. It really works in a matter of minutes you will have not stains on your hands!


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Clean Your Broom
Posted on 02.19.12 by itscrazydelicious @

If you want your broom to last then you have to make sure that you take care of it. I am always sweeping my kitchen floor from dirt and debris and just stuff that I nor does anyone else want to step on . But I always am cleaning out the bristle of of the broom because the next time that I take it out I don’t want to be putting all the stuff I just swept up on the floor again. And if you have pets be sure to clean outalost comb out the fur from the broom bristles. You don’t want to make a mess cleaning up a mess…very counter productive.


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Clean Candle Wax
Posted on 02.17.12 by itscrazydelicious @

So you have that nice dinner prepared and you light the candles. And it is a lovely dinner but when it is all over you notice that the candle wax is all over your nice table cloth and onto the floor somehow. How do you clean it?
No problem…just put a paper bag over the spot and run a hot iron over it then wash the spot dwon with viengar and water…simple as that!!


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Time of Year
Posted on 11.22.10 by itscrazydelicious @

Time of year to smell the scents of pepperment and fir tree.  It is a great time to add a few drops of that essential water to some distilled water for a nice air freshener that is not going to be toxic to the air an to breath in. And it just gives the house that festive smell too.


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Clean Your Stove Right!
Posted on 06.17.10 by itscrazydelicious @

It is just very important to make sure that you keep that stove clean not only for sanitary reasons but because it looks nicer also. My grandfather just got his first flattop stove – he is not used to it at all but he got this kind instead of the ones with the coils. He likes to have a clean stove so he is just constantly cleaning it…which is not a bad thing though.


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Baking Soda
Posted on 05.31.10 by itscrazydelicious @

Baking soda is not just for baking and it never has been. I am a strong believe in cleaning with all natural prducts like baking soda. In fact I just got a pen stain out of a pair of pants just by soaking them in baking soda and vinegar over night. It really worked and there were not harsh chemicals to ruin the clothes either.


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Getting Out Soy
Posted on 01.18.10 by itscrazydelicious @

When you are trying to get out soy you may want to try apple cider vinegar. Just spray in on the carpet and blot it out. But you have to get the stain quickly for this one. And you always want to make sure that when you are dealing with cleaning your carpet that you try out a little area to make sure that it is not going to destroy or bleach out the color in your carpet.


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Clean with Baking Soda
Posted on 01.16.10 by itscrazydelicious @

I just love to use baking soda not only in my recipes and dishes but also when it comes to cleaning up. It is a natural product that if you get on your hands it will not arm you and it really does do just as good of a job as the more expensive and harsher chemical products. Baking soda is great to remove those stains and odors from your coffee pots and for your refrigerators. Try it before you use the Lysol chemicals!


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Shine Your Countertops
Posted on 01.15.10 by itscrazydelicious @

here is a great way to keep your countertiops shining. To renew their luster you want to make sure that you clean them off obviously but then you want to try club soda or furniture polish. Rub it on your countertops and buff it in. You will see some of that luster come back. Just do this regularly to keep the shine.


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Your Cookware
Posted on 01.12.10 by itscrazydelicious @

Here is a great cleaning tip because we all want to make sure that our cookware and nice and clean and sparkly for the holiday gatherings. All you have to do is mix 2 tablespoons with cream of tartar in a quat of warm water and then boil it inside the pot you need shining up for around 10 minutes. After you rinse it you will find that it is beautiful again! Just like new!!!


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Clean Your Freezer
Posted on 12.31.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I do not know about you but I like to keep my fridge and my freezer as clean as they can get. But I find when I go to clean the freezer I never really get anywhere because the paper towel will freeze up or stick or the liquid that is on the towel with freeze or dry up. Here is a tip…just put a little dab of glycerin on a rag and it should clean up any mess in your freezer…even the stickiest of messes!


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Coffee for your Deodorizer
Posted on 12.25.09 by itscrazydelicious @

Here is a great idea especially if you already just love the smell of coffee. My husband loves the smell of coffee throughout the house and he just loves to drink it. Me on the other hand…I like it but not like him. Anyways put some fresh or even used coffee grounds in a bowl and in the freezer over night and in the morning that stinky smell will be gone. I sometimes add a little vanilla extract too. Be sure to get rid oft he cause of the odor!


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Use Fabric Softener
Posted on 11.17.09 by itscrazydelicious @

This is a great tip that has saved me so much time cleaning. If you have a terrible messy pan that you know will take you either 3 hours to scrub or a week to soak it out. Then here is what you do. You go do a load of laundry and dry it and use that fabric softener. Take the sheet when you are done and put it in the pan filled with water. After an hours of it soaking it will be a breeze to clean. I don’t use a new softener sheet because I figure … why waist one!


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Rinse off your Plates!!
Posted on 09.27.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I don’t know about you but it really drives me crazy when I go to do the dishes and there is food on the plates. Dried up food that has been there for a few days just encrusted on. And not things that are easy to get off either. I am talking about potatoes and macaroni and speghetti sauce. Now, I have an ok dishwasher but it is not a garbage disposal. Just rinse off the plates so that they can get cleaned properly. Then they wonder why they do not get cleaned – there is food in the dishwasher!


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Tea Tree Oil
Posted on 09.20.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I personally love Tea Tree Oil.  I have it in my cleansers and my diffusers and I even put it in the bath with epsom salts.  It is really great stuff.  And if you have a small bottle of distilled water and add a few drops of the tea tree oil the essential oil then it makes for a great spray to keep things fresh or to even clean your cupboards with.  Add a little to vinegar and you will make a great disinfectant!


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Wear Gloves!
Posted on 09.16.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I can not stress enough the importance of wearing gloves when you are cleaning. Those liquids that you use for cleaning are very harsh and they are not meant to be touching your sin especially for long periods of time. If you were to look on the labels you will probably find on many of them that if you come in contact with your skin then you should flush it out for 15 minutes under water. Just wear gloves when you clean!


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Turn Your Soaps To Foam
Posted on 09.14.09 by itscrazydelicious @

If you have expensive soap or soap that you make that is liquid soap then why not make it last longer. You can go out and get the foaming soap dispensers and put any sort of liquid soap in them and you will get foaming soap. This will make it last so much longer and if you have children that just do not seem to understand that you should not waste things like soap…then this would be great for your home!


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Fabric Softener For Wallpaper Removal
Posted on 09.14.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I have this wallpaper that was on my porch and it just has to go. I didn’t really realize that the humidity and the moisture would really take a toll on something like this because it was semi-outdoors. So now I have to get rid of it. You can to out and get the wallpaper removal products but I have found that very hot water with fabric softener and baking soda does the tick. Tear as much as you can off and then put it on with a sponge and it should peel orr more.


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Vacuum The Mess
Posted on 09.05.09 by itscrazydelicious @

If you vacuum up coffee grains that have fallen on the floor then be aware that every time you vacuum for the next few months…you will have the aroma of coffee. I personally find it very annoying so I have washed out my filter and have since replaced that smell with lavender essential oil. It is going to be a much more refreshing scent to clean with.


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Clean Up!
Posted on 07.16.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I have been making a lot of dishes that require a lot of clean up and sometimes the dishes really stick to the pan of the glass dish. Well, I have been putting my used fabric softener sheet in the pan that needs cleaning with water over night and it has been really working. What would take 15 minutes to scrub and scrap off only takes around 3 minutes because it is so loose!


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Healthy Cleaners
Posted on 07.16.09 by itscrazydelicious @

I have been doing my research in cleansers and they really are horrible. When you are cleaning you really want to make sure that you have a well ventillated room and you want to always make sure that you have on gloves to protect your skin. Many of these products are quite toxic and have cancer causing agents in them that over time could really affect your health. Non working moms are more likely to develop cancer because they are cleaning more.


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