This is a quick and easy way to keep your shower clean in just two minutes a day.Just get a dish washing wand and fill the dispenser half with vinegar and half with liquid dish soap. Keep
it in the shower. That way everything is ready to go. When you get in, wet the sponge, and scrub away. Next, well, take a shower. That's it. I do a little section of the shower each day and work my way around the whole area about twice a week.
If the mixture gets thick, just add a little water. Also, I would caution that it is important to rinse well, and keep out of eyes as you would any cleanser.
problem... couldn't get the tub white no matter what I tried. Then I used 'Bar Keepers Friend' (it's a powder & comes in a container like comet/ajax) and now it is sparkling white. The stainless steel sink was also stained (hmm... sounds like an oxymoron) and that's the only thing that got the stains out.
A small Pondless Waterfall and bubbling urn refresh this rural landscape. You can transform almost any vessel into a fountain. Use what you have on hand for an economical yet beautiful water feature. More ideas at www.aquascapeinc.com
We had this garden on the side of our house. The garden bed was made from these cinder blocks, but we were looking to make the bed itself smaller or even have a couple of beds. We also
had this blank space in the back of our yard, with nothing. So, we thought we would take the blocks and make a fire pit with seating. We just dry stacked the blocks and rotated and staggered them to make them stronger. The fire pit itself, had legs on it, but we removed them to make it fit...Now we enjoy the space that once was blank and boring, and is now inviting. And the garden is much easier to work on!
Just hung some IKEA hanging window boxes on our gazebo which brought flower color up off the ground level. See more of our garden at http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/ or http://pinterest.com/barbrosen/our-fairfield...