Today I want to show you a super easy quick dresser makeover that cost about $11 because I had so much paint leftover. Probably enough to do another dresser too.I have tried a few different chalk paints, and was very impressed with Rust-oleum brand.
I have been doing this little tip for many years, but have not shared it on Chemistry Cachet yet!Most things we share on our site are all about Chemistry...this is not quite like that, but it is such a fantastic hack to know!
When I found out I was expecting, all my readers were excited to see what Chemistry Cachet would come up with for babies!Well, here is an AMAZING stain remover for all things baby (like baby poop LOL).
If you love carving pumpkins, you will love this spray!The best part is it has NO bleach! This makes it safe for kids, pets, or anyone with breathing issues. Many of my family suffers from breathing issues (asthma), so we can't use bleach around the house.This is why I love to create alternatives for you!
Anyone who reads Chemistry Cachet knows I love lemon for so many things. I use it for my health, skin, and also in the garden.Lemon powder is a unique way to use leftover lemon peels for feeding your plants. In fact, it has multiple benefits, but it is really great for acid loving, flowering plants.Here is how I do it!
I’ve been asked about this from readers, and I’m finally sharing it today! DIY Reusable Clorox Wipes that really match the ingredients of the original ones!One of my favorite things to do as a chemist is examine cleaning ingredients, then match them up to make a homemade solution.These homemade ones work just as good, have almost the same ingredients (minus some unnecessary ones), plus you can just wash the rags!
Here on Chemistry Cachet, you’ve probably noticed a favorite tool of mine for cleaning: lemon infused rubbing alcohol. Lemon infused rubbing alcohol is found in many of our homemade solutions. If you follow my instagram, I share tutorials all the time with my cleaners, most using lemon infused alcohol.There is a good reason for it too.Today we are going to share with you why you should use lemon infused rubbing alcohol for cleaning.You will find it in things like our homemade soft scrub (link in blog post), and even homemade bug spray.
This is such a fun post today! How to make homemade window cleaner from tea bags! This also works for glass surfaces like ovens, mirrors, or glass tops.First, WHY would you want to know how to make window cleaner from tea bags?? Well, if you ever run out of window cleaner, it is nice to have multiple alternatives to use around the home.As you know, our website is full of so many different cleaning tips based on chemistry. It helps you save time, money, and if you run out of something, you have options!
I use this two ingredient homemade carpet refresher recipe all the time and realized I have never shared it with you!One of the most popular posts ever on Chemistry Cachet is our 3 ingredient carpet cleaner (click blog post link at the bottom of this post to get the recipe for carpet cleaner). Readers love it because it is easy and it works! Plus, there is actually science going on behind the scenes showing why it works so well.I don’t always need to clean my carpet though, so I use this homemade carpet refresher all the time to keep everything smelling clean!Although this is such a simple post, I still want to share with you the chemistry behind a simple DIY like this. Also, be sure to read the important chemist tips at the bottom on ideas for substitutions too.
Today for our chemistry secrets post, we are sharing the incredible things you can do with aspirin!Yes, it’s true! Aspirin is such a fascinating chemical that not only helps your health, but it can be used for dozens of other things.I love sharing these chemistry secrets posts with you because it is a great way to learn something new and make your life easier!For skincare tips with aspirin, be sure to check out the link at the bottom.