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How To Make A DIY Mosquito Repellent Planter

Summers are for beaches, BBQ’s and mosquito’s. Those little suckers love me and I’ve tried everything to keep them away. Nothing has worked until now. Here’s how to DIY A Mosquito Repellent Planter.

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub DIY homemade all-purpose cleaner

Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner With Citrus

Every eco diva’s toolkit needs to have a really good all-purpose cleaner. One that is safe, effective and easy to make. This is one of my fav’s because you can use it anywhere in your home (like inside cupboards, or fridge/freezer, and all bathroom surfaces) and it smells amazing…

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub All Natural Bleach Alternative

All-Natural Bleach Alternative (That Works)

Brighten whites, kill germs, soften clothes with this all-natural bleach alternative! The smell of bleach literally makes me ill, if you have allergies or migraines this toxic crapola is a big no-no, not to mention the harmful effects bleach has on the environment.

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub Castile Soap

DIY All-Purpose Kitchen Scouring Scrub & Cleanser

This is a simple, effective, homemade recipe that with whiten and disinfect your kitchen, safely! I love to clean and you’re like WHAAAAT? It’s true, I find the whole process quite zen. It’s a time for me to put on my fav tunes and tune out the world.

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub Baking Soda and Castile Soap

DIY All-Purpose Bathroom Scrub + Cleanser

Rebalance your bathroom with this all-purpose scrub and cleanser that will keep surfaces clean and nasty scum at bay! There’s nothing more blissful than walking into a clean and healthy bathroom.

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub DIY Disinfectant wipes in a jar

How To Make Homemade, Reusable Disinfectant Wipes

Every day, over 3,000 tons of paper towel waste is produced in the US alone. This is an astounding statistic and one that we have the power to change NOW! I want you to ditch paper towels and disposable wipes once and for all.

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DIY vs Buy: 5 Important Questions To Ask

Transitioning to a natural home should be fun, but there are times when you feel like you want to pull your hair out. This was definitely me 12 years ago. It was a very different landscape, choices were limited and so was information, today it’s so much easier thanks to the many wonderful green bloggers and communities out there.

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