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Como Fazer Enfeites Natalinos com CD´s

Como Fazer Enfeites Natalinos com CD´s

For an eco-friendly way to kill most bacteria, soak sponges for at least five minutes in full-strength white vinegar then let them air-dry (in the sun, if possible). If you decide to go the microwave route, you may still want to use a little vinegar to freshen the sponge before you nuke it so you don't end up with a house that smells like hot, musty sponge. Simply add a couple tablespoons of vinegar to a cup of water, soak your sponge and follow the microwave instructions above.

Can you disinfect kitchen sponges?

Natural Sponge Cleaners 2 to 3 citrus-based essential oil, such as orange or lemon Would it surprise you to learn that your kitchen sponge is quite likely one of the most contaminated objects in.

We all want the dreamy bedroom set up that we see in stores like Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Pottery Barn – you know, everything perfectly in place, decor that looks like it appeared straight out of a magazine, and furniture that clearly cost an arm and a leg. Unfortunately, we don’t all have the money to achieve these goals. Here’s something I learned when I moved out of my parent’s house this past year: every single piece of home decor or furniture is expensive AF.

24 Simple DIY Projects To Make Boring Items Look More Chic

All that glitters is design gold. For this DIY fabu-lamp, match your glitter of choice with your favorite Renuzit Pearl scent. Once complete, let the good times shine!



So pretty!

I like this color palette a lot b/c it has some of the more subtle colors but also some bold ones that say "fun!


Paint This! 30+ Lamp & Light Fixture Makeovers

cover an ugly solid mount light fixture

How to Make the Best of Your Boob Light Fixtures {diy lights

Making House a Home: DIY Faux Capiz Shell Chandelier ** Idea to cover up the hideous ceiling light***


Separador de libros con fofuchas


Ridiculously easy Paper Rolls Wall Art #repurpose #reuse

America Recyles Day: Think Outside the Recycling Bin