I shook off all the hair in the yard for the birds! 🙂
Monday was another really hot day. I only worked for about 4 hours. It’s going to be that way for awhile. I am not a fan of heat and humidity! I hope you’re staying cool! Those of you who have had a little snow, I would trade places gladly! Have a good one!
Kimba’s Season Finale DIY Day
Marla’s Woo Hoo Wednesday!
More uses for Clorox bleach and bleach jugs
- Sift soil. cut the bottom off an empty, clean Clorox bleach bottle at an angle to make a scooper. Insert a six-inch-diameter piece of one-quarter-inch hardware cloth to rest above the handle hole. Scoop up dirt, sift through narrow opening, and stones will be caught by the hardware cloth.
- Make a fishing or boating buoy. Cap and empty, clean Clorox bleach jug tightly, tie a rope to the handle, and tie a weight to the other end of the rope. These buoys can also be strung together to mark swimming and boating areas.
- Make a carrier for small children’s toys and crayons. Cut a hole in the side of an empty, clean Clorox bleach jug opposite the handle.
- Clean mops. Rinse mops in a bucket of sudsy water and three-quarters cup Clorox bleach per gallon of water.
- Clean caulking around bathtubs. Scrub with a solution of three-quarters cup Clorox bleach to a gallon of water.
- Make a clothespin holder. Cut a hole in the side of an empty, clean Clorox bleach jug opposite the handle, and punch small holes in the bottom for drainage. Hang your new clothespin holder on the clothesline.
- Whiten a porcelain sink. Fill the sink with a solution of three-quarters cup Clorox bleach per gallon of water. Let sit for five minutes.
- Make a paint bucket. Cut a hole in the side of an empty, clean Clorox bleach jug opposite the handle.
- Make an anchor. Fill an empty, clean Clorox bleach bottle with gravel.
- Clean a toilet bowl. Pour in one cup Clorox bleach. Let it stand for ten minutes. Brush and flush.
- Clean a rubber sink mat. Fill the sink with water, add one-quarter cup Clorox bleach, and soak the sink mat for five to ten minutes.
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