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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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  • Jensen K. 1 hour ago
    Baking soda, hydrogen peroxide & a little Dawn - great little mixture for so many things, especially getting out stubborn stains, or erridacating mold from wood (or other porous surfaces).
  • Jennifer J. 8 days ago
    Peppermint oil works wonders, from keeping pests (bugs and rodents) out of the house to freshening laundry, and a little goes a long way!
  • Annette P. 9 days ago
    I will try that Ellen dryer sheets for cleaning toilets
  • Ellen M. 10 days ago
    used dryer sheets - good for cleaning toilets
    • Angelina D. 5 days ago
      they can also be used to combat static. If you put clothes on and notice static cling, just take a dryer sheet and rub it on your clothes. Does wonders....
  • Kay M. 11 days ago
    I used cornstarch to keep away ants- it worked for a short while but not permanently. I am going to try these other suggestions.
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