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DIY Bleached Landscape Pillow

by Alicia Lacy
DIY Bleached Landscape Pillow


Our little boy was born two weeks before we moved into the Curbly House, and for the last two years - with the exception of a few pictures on the wall, his bedroom has remained untouched. For the most part, this has been intentional, because we wanted to hold off creating a space for him until we knew more about him. And, frankly, we be tired, and adding another room to our makeover list was just not in our cards... until now.

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Fabric Alteration...With Bleach

by DIY Maven

Fabric Alteration...With Bleach

No, it's not tie-dye. Nor is it a washing day mishap. It's actually an experiment that turns printed fabric into a muted version of its former self. What Elizabeth did was mix 2 quarts of water with 2 cups of bleach. She then added pieces of fabric and let them soak for about 7 minutes, stirring occasionally. What's very cool about the outcome is that the 'befores' coordinate with the 'afters' perfectly. To see more pictures of her experiment...

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A Healthier, Greener Way to Get Rid of Mold.

by Chris Gardner

Traditional methods of removing mold in your home calls for spraying the affected area with water mixed with harsh chemicals, such as ammonia or chlorine bleach. Unfortunately, chlorine bleach contains sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), which, when mixed with water forms hypochlorous acid (HOCl).

A Healthier, Greener Way to Get Rid of Mold.
    Hypochlorous acid is a terrible irritant to human skin and tissues, and its fumes are harmful to eyes and lungs. Worse, when mixed with cleansers with...

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