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Grease Stain Removal: The Natural Way

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There are few things in this world tougher to remove than grease:  

  • Dingy yellow grease stains on the stove top
  • Greasy smudges on your clothes
  • Oily hand prints on the walls
  • Grease build up on the counter top

No matter where it’s found, grease is an unforgiving invader that doesn’t quit.  

 

Fair enough, this grease stain removal recipe was created to wipe out the toughest grease stains and it works practically on any surface.  Keep in mind that embedded grease stains will cling to surfaces as if their lives depend on it, so be sure to read our “How to Use It” section below, so you’ll know exactly how to apply this grease remover and have the best chance of removing grease the first time.

 

To make this ultra tough, natural grease stain remover, you’ll only need a few items.  You can find them easily by clicking the links in the recipe list below.

 

The Best Natural Window Cleaner

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This natural window cleaner recipe is so simple and easy, we actually hesitated to post it.  But after doing some research, we found that a lot of people still have a hard time finding a natural window cleaner that actually works.  So we decided to put our hesitations aside, and share this practical and amazingly simple recipe with you.

 

This recipe has a grand total of two ingredients, and one of those ingredients is practically free.  Have some doubts?  Don’t worry, those two ingredients are more than enough to create a natural window cleaner that will brighten your windows and your home.  

 

Before you get started with this recipe, you’re going to need a few things.  You can get them on your own, or you can find them easily by clicking the items on the ingredient list below.