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5 Everyday Items That Can Replace HHW Materials 30

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No need to pay for those harsh, hard-to-dispose cleaners and insecticides — not when you already have plenty of alternatives lying around the house.
5 Everyday Items That Can Replace HHW Materials
Thanks for reading! Do you have any old-school alternatives to HWW that you use around the house? Let us know in the comments below.
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  • Christina M. 2 days ago
    Vinegar and baking soda is a great drain cleaner.
  • nancy p. 1 month ago
    I have always used baking soda to clean my hair brushes. Just soak and rinse.
  • Lillie S. 1 month ago
    Baking soda: can I use the boxes that have been in the fridge and freezer?
    Is "club soda" the same thing as "sparkling water", the plain version of sparkling water?
  • Barb R. 2 months ago
    Our landfill and recycling center has a big room with shelves for people to bring paints, cleaners, varnishes, stains and all the household hazardous wastes to and then people can help themselves if there is something there they might use.
  • Kristin A. 3 months ago
    I have been using baking soda and vinegar as a cleaner for ages. another thing for gritty around the faucet is hydrogen peroxide. We have cats in the house, i spread used kitty litter around the outside of my garden to keep out unwanted critters.
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