DIY Anti-Static Clothing Spray

Do you still use commercial dryer sheets? You may want to stop and make this simple two ingredient anti-static spray instead. Most commercial dryer sheets are made from a non-woven polyester material (polyester is a synthetic petroleum-based fibre) coated with softening agents and fragrance. One of the ingredients that is the most worrying is alpha-terpineol which causes central nervous system disorders and …

 

 

Wendyl’s Taniwha Blue Recipe

This is a recipe Wendyl tried a few years back. The original idea came from an old magazine from the 50s that had an advertisement for Taniwha Blue laundry soap – a product which whitens clothes without the need for bluing powder in the final rinse to whiten whites. You’ll need to buy some Prussian Blue – which is what we use …

 

 

DIY Liquid Stain Remover

This stain remover works on practically every stain imaginable: food, grease, most grass stains, mud, coffee etc. I’ve found it’s more effective and easier to make than the magic stain ball recipe I shared a few weeks ago. Whip up a jar of stain remover and keep it handy in your laundry. Apply a little directly onto the stain, give the …

 

 

Magic Stain Balls

These little hard balls of clay may look like they’d make a big mess of your stained items, when in fact they remove stains like magic. Keep these little miracle workers in a jar in the laundry and whip one out whenever a hard to remove stain is noticed (even if thats after the item has already been washed). Eliminate …

 

 

How To Get Rid Of Toilet Bowl Stains

If you have a tough mineral stain that won’t budge, try these solutions. Drain the bowl and rub with a paste of Wendyl’s Green Goddess Premium Borax and a little water. Leave as long as you can, then wipe off. Spray Green Goddess Double Strength White Vinegar around the inside of the toilet and under the seat or anywhere stains …