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9 Ways to Give Your Home a Value Boost

Better home value can be a wonderful thing for many reasons. It can be a pleasure to live in a residence that’s functional and attractive, first and foremost. Higher home value can be terrific for people who are thinking about the long run, too. If

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Inexpensive DIY Home Security Systems 2016

Tons of crimes revolve around home burglaries daily due to the fact that you believe your neighborhood is very safe from these acts. Because of this same belief, you chose to leave your front and back door unlocked, thinking that the probability of it happening

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DIY Bath Bombs

Anyone who has ever used a bath bomb will know it adds a whole other dimension to your relaxing soak in the tub. These fantastic fizzies add an effervescent feel to your water combined with all the luxury of a spa treatment due to their

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Homemade Dishwasher Detergent

Dishwashers are more economical than traditional hand washing of dishes but commercially made dishwasher tablets and packets are a different matter altogether. Many commercial products can ring in at 40 to 50 cents per load, or even higher depending on the type you choose, but

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Homemade Wood Floor Cleaner

If your home boasts wood floors then you already know how hard it is to keep them sparkling clean. Despite numerous cleaners on the market to handle such jobs, some leave your floors streaky, while others leave behind an annoying wax residue that’s hard to

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DIY Wall Décor Ideas

Imagine the perfect wall from the perfect home. How would it look like? The truth is that every person from this world have their own idea of perfection. Some of them like to keep it simple while others would like to do something exotic that

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How To Remove Pet Odors From Your Home

Pet owners, you know the drill: your lovable, well-meaning family friend is behaving well, until that fateful moment when they decide to relieve themselves on your carpet. Or your pet’s natural odors start to soak into household surfaces, leaving an undesirable scent in your home.