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Home Decoration Tips

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  1. Just a tip: don't pour boiling liquids into your pipes if they're made of plastic (like kitchen sink pipes often are), it will overtime melt small holes in the plastic and the pipes could start leaking (a plumber told me that).

  2. A lot of these hacks cost more than the actual commercial cleaners. For the price of 12 alkaseltzer tabs I could get 4 x 750ml bottles of toilet duck! And do you even know the price of mouthwash? A bottle of window cleaner is cheaper than a bottle of fizzy water and a spray attachment and it will last longer.

  3. I'm starting to get a lot more skeptical about these tips… Most of them are using some "revolutionary cleaning supply" and then scrubbing really hard, then cutting to the shot of the sparkling item. I want to see how much of a difference the "hacks" make compared to the normal thing. Would wiping a window with carbonated water really be more effective than regular water?
    Obviously most of the dirty items shown in the video are staged and could be cleaned really easily with a wipe of a towel. Could an Alketzeltzer tablet really clean a poopy, sticky toilet, not just a toilet with some dirt and grass?

  4. After your corn-on-the-cob in the microwave trick, I'll try anything you propose. (Assuming I'm in need of what it's supposed to fix.)

  5. Why is every life hack obsessed with vinegar? Is it really worth making your house smell like a rancid ass-crack just to avoid using some "super evil cleaning chemicals"?

  6. Any hacks for making your septic tank not smell like – a septic tank? The odor occasionally comes up through the bathroom shower drain. I am guessing it is out of bacteria balance somehow?

  7. Hack: If you've recently had lice and want to keep them away, use a homemade shampoo made of:

    -any kind of soap
    -lotion (plain)
    -mouthwash (with alcohol, minty flavor)

    Mix them well together, and lather well in hair. Let the DIY shampoo sit for about 5 minutes, then rinse with hot water! That's really it… it worked for me lmao

  8. Awesome video but per use you might save less than a dollar in a whole year, as most of those stuff you only do once every month or less.

    The mattress one is good tho.

  9. Carbonated water: don't have 🚫
    Floor finish: don't have 🚫
    Fabric softener: don't have 🚫
    Anti acid tablets : don't have🚫

  10. I save my old socks (the ones with holes in) and slip them over my hand when I need to clean my bike. Afterwards they can be discarded.

  11. Pouring salt down metal pipes doesn't seem like a good idea unless the vinegar does something to the salt to prevent corrosion.

  12. We do that vinegar one at my house, but instead of salt we use baking soda. I think the foam helps push out obstructions faster.

  13. Could you also use metric units when measuring something? After all, America is among the only countries using imperial units.

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  15. 1/2 cup of mouthwash = really expensive toilet bowl cleaner. Just use hydrogen peroxide (between .50 – .99 a bottle)

  16. Yeah, but, your house is gonna smell like vinegar for a while. Like when you run vinegar through your coffee pot, ugh.

  17. Tried the salt and vinigar one and the fumes hit me, jeez that is not a pleasent smell, anyways I'll have that scent on my mind for a while, will come back in a bit maybe and say if it worked or not.

  18. The least extensive way to unclog drains is…3 tblsp of baking soda and 1/2 cp of viniger. Let set for 15-20 min then flush with water. U will be surprise!!! Redo every 2 – 4 weeks to keep fresh

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