Homemade Dust Repellent

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Mix together and put in spray bottle. Spray onto a cloth and dust away! I have tried this and really does work.

By Carol

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By Anita Elmore 7 Flag

July 28, 2005

Thanks so much! I can't wait to try it.

Blessings,

Anita Elmore

The phrase "God is good" cannot be reserved for those moments when life turns out the way we had hoped.

-- Stacy and Paula Rinehart

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

July 29, 2005

DOES THIS MIX DAMAGE WOOD OR SMEAR ON GLASS. IT MUST SMELL WONDERFUL.

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By Tonya 7 94 Flag

July 31, 2005

I will be trying this for sure. I don't know how my apartment manages to get so dusty. I rarily open the doors and never open the windows. I don't know where it all comes in from. The management changes the A/C filters like every month to six weeks. I would appreciate any tips. Thanks.

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By SL Edens 1 395 Flag

August 3, 2005

What a great idea!!! Thanx for the tip!!!

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By abby 1 Flag

June 6, 2010

fyi: Fabric softener and dryer sheets are very toxic. If you have ants, dryer sheets will kill them on the spot.

Look up the chemical ingredients in these products and you will never want to use them again.

abby

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