Making your own disinfectant spray isn’t as hard as it sounds. There are plenty of household items that can reduce the germs in your home.
This “natural Neosporin” is perfect for cuts, scrapes, and burns. It smells great, and I feel good about putting it on my toddler’s sensitive skin.
This is a rainwater catchment system located on a predator-resistant chicken coop. It saves a lot of time, effort, energy, and money.
Consider a garden full of mosquito-repelling herbs and plants that will allow you to make a DIY bug spray with safe and all-natural ingredients.
You can easily make a vegetable oil candle with a small bottle, some oil, some cotton yarn, and a little piece of aluminum foil.
While you may see PVC pipe in your home being used for plumbing lines, it has a lot of other uses that help organize and simplify work on the homestead.
If you’ve never made soap before, this is a great recipe to start with. It’s a hot process soap that’s really good for the skin and really easy to make.
It’s possible to make toilet paper out of recycled paper or wood shavings, or both. However, it takes some time and patience. Here’s how to do it.
Do you want to know how to make your own all-natural DIY hand sanitizer as part of your preparations for a major disaster? You’ve come to the right place.
Castile soap is made with olive oil, water, and lye. For centuries, people have been using this gentle cleanser for skin, hair, and more.