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Got A Stinky Dog? This DIY Dry Dog Shampoo Can Help Dealing with a stinky pup is no fun and you can't be bathing them all the time. This DIY Dry Dog Shampoo is a totally naturally, cheap and easy solution. Food Dog, Dog Food Recipes, Shampooing Diy, Maltese, Dry Dog Shampoo, Homemade Dog Shampoo, Flea Shampoo, Smelly Dog, Dog Smells

Got A Stinky Dog? This DIY Dry Dog Shampoo Can Help

Do you love living with dogs, but hate dog smell? We've got you covered with this easy to use, DIY Dry Dog Shampoo.

Due to the similar grain size of baking soda and powdered sugar, ants cannot tell the difference! The Baking soda is toxic to ants and will eradicate your problem rather quickly! Household Cleaning Tips, Cleaning Hacks, Household Pests, Cleaning Recipes, Household Cleaners, Cleaning Supplies, Ant Spray, Weed Spray, Diy Pest Control

The Best Ant Killer Already In The Pantry!

Summer is upon us! That means popsicles, lemonade, and fresh fruit! But that also means bugs. So many bugs. We always have the wo...

Homemade Flea Powder (works on ticks, too) - 1 cup Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth , cup Neem Powder . 20 Drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil* *Leave out the essential oil if using for cats. Flea Shampoo For Cats, Dog Shampoo, Flea Powder For Dogs, Flea Remedies, Natural Remedies, Flea Spray, Soda Recipe, Flea And Tick, Homemade Dog

Homemade Flea Powder

Homemade Flea Powder - Flea, Tick, Ant, Mites, Fly, Mosquito and other Insect Repellent. Ditch the t...

Homemade Ant Killer: Borax is the most common ingredient in house ant control products, and get this: it's absolutely natural. The best way (in my opinion) to use Borax is to mix 1 cup of warm water with cup of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Best Pest Control, Bug Control, Control Issues, Weed Control, Poo Pourri, Ant Killer Borax, Homemade Ant Killer, Fee Du Logis, Ants In House

Homemade Ant Killer

Borax is the most common ingredient in house ant control products, and get this: it's absolutely 100% natural. The best way (in my opinion) to use Borax is to mix 1 cup of warm water with 1/2 cup of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Then soak the Bo

Due to the similar grain size of baking soda and powdered sugar, ants cannot tell the difference! The Baking soda is toxic to ants and will eradicate your problem rather quickly! Household Cleaning Tips, Cleaning Hacks, Household Pests, Cleaning Recipes, Household Cleaners, Cleaning Supplies, Ant Spray, Weed Spray, Diy Pest Control

The Best Ant Killer Already In The Pantry!

Summer is upon us! That means popsicles, lemonade, and fresh fruit! But that also means bugs. So many bugs. We always have the wo...

Dear Ants, I really didn't want to have to resort to using this Homemade Ant Killer, but you are not going to take over the house. Ant Killer Recipe, Homemade Ant Killer, Ant Traps Homemade, Household Cleaning Tips, Cleaning Hacks, Cleaning Solutions, Cleaning Spray, Household Products, Borax For Ants

The Best Homemade Ant Killer

If your home is like many, and this time of year the ants seem to come into your home in droves, be sure to check out this Homemade Ant Killer recipe that is sure to get rid of them and keep them from coming back! You may have just a few of the bothersome insects,…

This is a guide about get rid of ants in your kitchen. Have ants taken up residence in your home? The kitchen can be a challenging place to get rid of ants since there are so many sources of food. household-tips Household Bugs, Household Items, Sugar Ants, Get Rid Of Ants, Rid Ants, Ants In House, Black Ants, Insect Pest, Gardens

Rid ants with a Borax paste. Ants carry it back to their colony, it kills the whole nest. Mix 1 teaspoon borax or boric acid and 1 teaspoon sugar or honey with enough water to make a thin paste, and put the mix in a small jar near where the ants have been foraging. - interiors-designed.com

Rid ants with a Borax paste. Ants carry it back to their colony, it kills the whole nest. Mix 1 teaspoon borax or boric acid and 1 teaspoon sugar or honey with enough water to make a thin paste, and put the mix in a small jar near where the ants have been foraging.