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Stovetop Scent Pot

Enjoy this #HolidayHomeHack and bring the delicious smells of cinnamon, cranberries, orange, nutmeg & cloves to your home. Your family and friends will love this holiday aromatherapy!

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Dec 14, 2016 | MyGreenFills | Comments

DIY Black Light Test

Turn your Smart Phone into a Blacklight.  By utilizing your LED flashlight on your smart phone, you will be able to detect residual organic fluids and artificial chemicals on your linens, garments and carpets.

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Jul 08, 2016 | MyGreenFills | Comments

DIY All-Purpose Citrus Cleaner

In this episode of #HomeHacks, we show you how to make a non-toxic All-Purpose Citrus Cleaner for under $2 that works great! In addition to having your child help you make your All-Purpose Citrus Cleaner, you can place their picture on the label and it will become your child’s very own special cleaner!

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Jul 07, 2016 | MyGreenFills | Comments

Removing Blood Stains

As you already know, blood stains can be difficult to remove — especially if you let them sit for too long. In this episode of #HomeHacks, we show you how to successfully remove blood stains from your linens and garments.

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Jul 06, 2016 | MyGreenFills | Comments

Light a Candle

There is an old Chinese proverb that says, “Don’t curse the darkness; light a candle.” Over time, it’s been watered down to say: “It’s better to light a candle than to curse the darkness” and in turn loosing some of its potency…

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Dec 18, 2015 | MyGreenFills | Comments

We Can Make Conventional Laundry Slime Too!

This blogpost disproves the notion that we are a just bunch of eco-do-gooders that don’t know how to make conventional laundry slime. Even though we know how to create toxic products, we won’t. If it’s not safe enough to put on our family, we won’t put it on yours…

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Is Goopy Laundry Soap Septic Safe?

Laundry suds negatively effect our environment. They disrupt the harmony in your septic system by starving and killing the good anaerobic bacteria that is required to break down the organic matter in your septic.

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Dec 12, 2015 | MyGreenFills | Comments