Looking to make your own handmade soap from scratch? You’ll need some lye. Here’s where to buy sodium hydroxide for soapmaking.
If NaOH (aka lye) is a caustic chemical, is sodium hydroxide safe to use in soap and cosmetics? Here’s a closer look at the role sodium hydroxide plays in soapmaking and cosmetics.
Looking for a natural, yet effective liquid soap? Gather a few basic supplies. Here’s an easy DIY recipe: how to make liquid antibacterial soap with natural ingredients.
Whether you decide to buy or make your own homemade soap, the question remains, is homemade soap better for your skin? Here’s a look at homemade vs. manufactured soap.
Are you tired of spending your hard-earned money on rolls and rolls of toilet paper? Here’s a roundup of 12 tips on how to save money on toilet paper.
Same, same, but different. If you’re looking to make your own soap, here’s the difference between sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide.
If you have a batch of NaOH at home, you might be wondering about the shelf life of sodium hydroxide pellets. Here’s what you need to know about storing lye.
If your natural gas bill is too high for comfort, there are easy changes and repairs you can do around the home. Here are 17 smart ways to save money on natural gas bill.
If you’re tired of spending too much money on children’s clothing, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 20 tips on how to save money on kids’ clothes.
Is your monthly water bill getting out of hand? We’ve rounded up a list of 30 smart ways to save money on your water bill around the house and outdoors.
Laundry is a chore, but it doesn’t have to be an expensive chore. Here’s a few tips on how to save money on laundry.
Here’s how to keep yourself and your kitchen in tip-top condition by applying basic principles of sanitation at home.
Melted or leftover wax has a surprising number of uses around the house. We’ll show you how to reuse wax melts and old candle wax to make something new.
Thinking of tossing your old socks? Stop right there. Recycling old socks is easier than you think. We’ll go over how you can recycle, compost, and repurpose old socks.
There are a few different reasons why there is water coming from under a toilet. We’ll help you troubleshoot and show you step-by-step how to fix it.
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