Toenail Fungus Home Remedy

Toenail fungus is a very common problem that can be exacerbated by wearing nail polish and not giving your nails a break. Your nails may seem hard but they are actually quite permeable and they soak up substances that are applied to their surface. The pigment in nail polish can be absorbed by the top few layers of nail, if …

 

 

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 …

 

 

Two Ingredient Shower Cleaners

One of the most frequently asked questions we get is how to get soap scum off shower doors. Wendyl’s Premium Double Strength White Vinegar is your friend here, along with — depending on how scummy your shower door is — a good non-scratch cleaning cloth. Both of these recipes are very quick to make and only have two ingredients in …

 

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DIY Driveway Cleaner

Once the rain has finally eased off, or better yet, gone away, you may find your driveway has gone slimy and mossy, whilst this doesn’t look great more of a concern is slipping over and sustaining an injury. Ours has been in need of a good clean for a few months. Last week we finally got a dry day so Grant could use …

 

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Rid Ants With Borax

DID YOU KNOW … That most types of ants eat sugar when they’re active, and protein when they’re less active! To get rid of them, this simple, natural solution works a treat without the harsh chemicals of conventional ant killer. Mix to a ratio of 20:80 borax to honey, and put into a small flat lid, leave the lid in the …

 

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Borax – to use or not?

We get a lot of questions at Wendyl’s about borax. If you Google it there is lots of conflicting information and the first thing you really need to know is that there is a difference between boric acid and borax. Boric acid should certainly not get near you or your home. But borax, which is what we use and sell, …