It’s almost spring and it’s high time to wash the windows and let in as much spring sunlight as possible, don’t you think? If you’re okay with this, choose a window cleaner to make your windows glow. If you don’t want to use a finished product, you can always make your own with simple homemade ingredients and keep your windows clean naturally without chemicals. Read the following tutorials on how to make such home remedies.
Our environment is full of toxins and one of the biggest culprits in the toxin department is household cleaners. If you want to keep as much toxins out of your home as possible, make this jar cleaner!
Is your bathroom mirror super dirty? There are different ways to clean it up and this tutorial will tell you about them. Don’t forget to wipe the mirror down with a newspaper at the end for a super clean one.
Here is a very simple and quick recipe for cleaning any type of glass. Vinegar and hot water or dish soap form the basis of the recipe. Read the rest of the tutorial.
If you are a sensitive sniff or have one in your family, using ammonia-based window cleaners is a daunting task. But that’s not a problem, you can find that a natural homemade glass cleaner works just as well (if not better) than the commercial material. Read this guide to create one.
Make your own glass cleaner from ingredients you likely already have in your closet. You don’t have to constantly support large companies with their shiny packaging or spend a lot of money on a cleaner that advertises itself as natural. Disposing less is better for the environment than any “green” cleaner you can buy in a store.
This homemade cleaner is easy and quick to make! A strong vodka can replace rubbing alcohol. If you introduce water into a product without a preservative, there is always a risk of introducing bacteria. Therefore, use water-based products quickly.
It is very important to swap out all nasty chemical cleaners for gentler, safer ones if you have babies or people with allergies at home. You can easily make your own glass cleaner, and all of the ingredients will be in your kitchen.
Homemade glass cleaner. So easy. So effective. Seriously, these ingredients are super cheap and make homemade glass cleaners a breeze. Save money. Throw away the chemicals. Help the planet. I think that’s what they call a trifecta of green life. Read on to find out how to do it.
Spring is in the air, it’s the perfect time to freshen up the house, remove unwanted items and greet the change of seasons with a little spring cleaning and homemade glass cleaner recipe! Make this homemade glass cleaner recipe, then use it for spring cleaning with these tips below.
Sometimes commercial detergents can be harmful to the environment and irritate sensitive skin. Private label glass cleaners usually contain harmful chemicals like ammonia, which can also trigger sinuses. Here are some simple, inexpensive ways to save money, the environment, and your skin by making your own glass cleaner. Make a special glass cleaner that will make your windows spotless and streak-free. The great ingredient in this streak-free DIY glass cleaner is isopropyl alcohol, or rubbing alcohol. Read on to see what else you need to make this cleaner.
You'll love today's recap, I promise! It is dedicated to making Christmas lights, yes these are real Christmas decorations from them, they are unusual and add a holiday mood the moment you turn them on!
This poinsettia star light is one of those simple things - easy to assemble and even easier to combine with any decorating style you have in your home.
Terrariums are very popular for decoration, and you can make Christmas-inspired terrariums with bells, figurines of your choice, and some Christmas lights.
This Christmas tree is perfect for anyone who either doesn't have access to a real Christmas tree, is short on space, or just loves the idea of a unique, minimalist Christmas tree that is still lit and under which to put your presents!
Here is another cool Christmas tree made of wire, lights and Christmas garlands in silver color. It's a perfect idea for a table tree or a tiny room wherever it is.
This awesome pallet sign just screams Christmas and it shines brightly! The point is to drill holes where you need them and put lights on the other side just to make the light visible. So cool!
This boxwood wreath looks so special because it's lit! Read about how the piece is made and attach the lights to the source.
An LED light chain can transform this chic bottle of wine from a special occasion into a lasting memory. Use these bottle lights to brighten up dark corners, as a night light or as a festive decor around the holidays. The trick to turning a glass bottle into a glowing light is to drill a hole near the bottom of the bottle that is big enough to pull a small string of lights through.
Don't you want to work with wood? Find a cool burlap or just a fabric sign or make it yourself. Then just clip it to the board and add lights from the other side to make the sign light up.
This cute sign consists of just two picture frames, a printed sign and lights. Can't you believe it Read the entire tutorial to find out how to do it.
Do you need some super simple decoration for Christmas? Try this DIY Christmas light wreath that you can make in 10 minutes. All you need is a wire wreath, lights and a big bow for the decor, looks very modern and a bit industrial!
Another wreath is here! The big part of this wreath is that it is made from snowflake ornaments from the dollar store. Then Christmas lights were added for a nice glowing look.
Create a beautiful star decoration on the wall with Christmas lights. You just need to attach them to the wall in the shape you want. You can find information on this in the tutorial.
This is the cutest, cheapest, and fastest mini Christmas tree you can imagine. Take a scouring pad and crush it into a tree shape. Add lights and a round glass or bell on top, voila!