Ever tried to remove a sticker or piece of tape from a piece of glass, or a manufacturer sticker from a piece of plastic? If so, you are probably left with sticky adhesive on the items surface, or even worse, half of the paper is stuck as well.
All you need is
Mix equal parts of coconut oil with baking soda to make a paste, and apply it over the affected area. Using the course side of your sponge, rub the solution in a circular motion for about a minute or two, then wipe off with a towel or rag. The adhesive and / or sticky paper should be gone and your items for fish that look like new!
In extreme instances you may have to repeat this process two or three times, but there have been instances where I’ve had to do the same thing with commercially manufactured Goof Off or Goo Gone.
Please share with us how well this eco friendly adhesive remover has worked for you
I live in california, and around this time of year, those pesky ants line up and march right into our homes. Inside ants may be found near their food sources, moisture, and in hidden places like wall voids, under appliances, behind window frames and beneath floors. Ants like to live close to people and eat some of the same things we do – sweets, meats, starches and liquids. It isn’t surprising that they like to take up residence inside our homes, apartments and office buildings?
Fortunately, I have found a eco friendly way get rid of the ants in your home. The recipe only requires two ingredients and has worked in every home I have tried it in so far.
All you need is
- Peppermint Essential Oils
Mix one drop of peppermint essential oils with every one ounce of vinegar and place into a spray bottle. Spray the affected area as well as any other dark places where the ants may want to run and hide.
Please feel free to share your DIY recipes or let us know how well this one works for you!
There are those of us who relax best when we’re tidying up. And there are those of us who probably will end up on an episode of “Hoarders” one day. But most of us live in-between, and we’re basically lazy about how often we clean our homes.
For those folks — and for basically everyone — CleanMySpace.com’s Melissa Maker visited TODAY Friday with five tips that will let you be both “lazy” and have a home you can be proud of.