Organising the laundry, one cup hook at a time. It makes the work flow so much easier when the second most important ‘work-horse room’ in the house gets a declutter and streamline.
These tip comes from Julie, a Frugal and Thriving reader from the US. “At our medical doctor’s office, I noticed they spray and clean counters, handles etc using 1/2 water and 1/2 rubbing alcohol. This also works for mirrors and windows very well.” Other uses for rubbing alcohol include cleaning CDs and DVDs, mozzie bites, […]
You know that a dryer costs a lot of money, but how do you get the washing dry if you don’t have a clothesline or the weather is bad? here are 12 tips.
This is a tip I picked up when I was working for a pluming company. If bad smells are coming up through the floor drains in your bathroom or laundry, pour a bucket of plain water down the drain. The drain has a trap in it where water sits, preventing smells from coming up the […]
Following a few basic kitchen hygiene tips means that you are protecting yourself and your family from illness without needing to resort to anti-bacterial soaps and sprays.
When it comes to making our own laundry detergents, how much better for the environment are the ingredients? I’ve looked at some of the common ingredients I use in my home made laundry detergent to assess their impact on environment.
The method that I use for cleaning the toilet with all natural cleaners. Get that fresh, clean smell without artificial fragrances.