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How to get mildew smell out of carpet

How to Get Mildew Smell Out of Carpet: 5 Natural Methods

Funky mildew smells coming from your carpets are unpleasant. So if you're wondering how to get the mildew smell out of your carpet, here are some easy and natural ways you can try. Read more

Amend Clay Soil

How to Amend Clay Soil Naturally: 6 Simple Methods

Tired of trying to breathe new life into clay? Instead of giving up on your garden, read up on these six natural ways you can amend your clay soil and make your plants thrive. Read more

repotting pothos

Repotting a Pothos Plant: 3 Telltale Signs and How-To

Pothos plants are quick growing and can get out of hand without proper care. Read on to learn about repotting pothos plants and what you should look out for. Read more

Rolling pin substitutes

7 Rolling Pin Substitutes: How to Reuse Household Objects

Have you ever gotten half way through a recipe only to realize you don't have a rolling pin in the kitchen? Don't worry! Here are seven rolling pin substitutes that will work (just as) well. Read more

Onion skins uses

Put Onion Skins Back to Use: 5 Useful Tricks

Onion skins are almost always bound for the trash or compost. Believe it or not, these vegetable scraps are incredibly healthy and can be easily reused. Read more

Christmas cactus repotting

Repotting Your Christmas Cactus: Step by Step

When it comes to Christmas cactus repotting, it can be difficult to know when to do it. Follow this easy guide with step by step instructions and learn how to properly care for your plant. Read more

DIY Butterfly Feeder

DIY Butterfly Feeder: How to Make One and Why

Making a DIY butterfly feeder is simple and cost effective. It's also a great way to attract butterflies to your garden, bringing more color and beauty to your outdoor space. Read more

overwatered aloe plant

Overwatered Aloe Plant: Telltale Signs & Easy Solutions

A common mistake in taking care of aloe vera plants is watering them too much. Here's how to figure out if you have an overwatered aloe plant on your hands. Read more