Chemistry Hacks for Home and Outdoors
By: Alexis Rochester, B.S Professional Chemistry
An easy to use eBook full of over 30+ DIY solutions for cleaning the kitchen, bathroom room, living room, laundry, and outdoor. This ebook also contains a complete home chemical reference guide to show you not only all the items needed for this book, but also a little chemical history on each one.
This book is perfect for anyone who enjoys quick hacks to save time, money, and eliminate unnecessary chemicals found in many store-bought solutions. You can purchase below with our very secure, easy to use check out button and have this book delivered straight to your inbox!
Chemistry Hacks for Home and Outdoor
A sample of the recipes: Easy Carpet Cleaner, Homemade Liquid Plant Food, Make Your Own Weed Killer
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The Benefit of an Ebook
An ebook is very convenient for having with you anywhere. Keep it on the computer, phone, ipad, or tablet to reference anytime. I love keeping it on my phone and checking recipes when I am at the store so I can purchase things.
Since it is an ebook it is full of interactive links that either lead you to the blog or other places in the book. You can read the table of contents, click on a recipe, and it will jump to it in the book! So easy to use!
It has minimal color and pictures so it will be easy to print from anytime too. Although many tutorials show nice before and after photos, they are formatted smaller so it won’t eat up much ink in your printer.
Why is Chemistry Hacks for Home and Outdoor Different Than Other Books?
This has been in the making for many months, although some of the recipes have been tested for years. Homemade cleaning solutions are found all over the internet in today’s time, but you might not be sure if they work or what they are safe for. This book not only contains proven and tested DIY, but it also has science to back it up. Chemistry Hacks also contains warnings to make sure you use things on correct surfaces and the best methods of use. Sometimes a homemade solution is great, but the method might not be correct. The chemistry of homemade cleaning solutions is all about the right combination of substances, balance, and technique for optimum power.
Since this is a chemistry based book, the chemical guide in the front contains interesting tips and history for all the home chemicals used in this book.
The best part? I personally use all these recipes daily, and I am constantly concocting new ways to combine many of these solutions. I will post new things on the blog and in our newsletter just for those who have the book. It is something you can use forever!
Visit the resource page to see all the items used in this book. Below is an insert from the table of contents:
PREVIEW: TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chemical Reference Guide
Part One: Kitchen/Bathroom Cleaners
- Grout Cleaner
- Make Your Own Pine Sol® Cleaner
- Microwave /Glass Stove Top Cleaner
- Refrigerator/Counter/Freezer/Table/Sink Cleaner OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “THE EVERYTHING CLEANER”
- Stone/Marble/Granite/Travertine Cleaner
- Chemist Paste
- Oven Scrub
- Oven door cleaner/ Oven Cleaner
- Burnt Pan Experiment
- DIY (Not So) Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®
- Cream of Tartar “Milk” (Rust Remover)
- All-Purpose Bathroom Cleaner
- Quick Daily Bathtub/Counter Cleaner
- Toilet Disinfectant
- Silver Tarnish Remover (No Rubbing Needed!)
Part Two: Living Room/Bedroom Cleaners
- Glass Cleaner (Ammonia-Free)
- Carpet Stain Remover
- Carpet Refresher And Stain Remover
- Make Your Own Dust Spray**
- Lemon Air-Freshener
Part Three: Laundry
- All-Purpose Pre-Wash Stain Remover for Pre-Wash Stain Treatment
- Quick Stain Remover
- Easiest Way to Remove Mildew Odor from Laundry
- Easiest Way to Boost DIRTY Laundry
Part Four: Garden/Outdoors
- Almost -Free Slow Release Plant Food
- Liquid Plant Food
- No Scrub Rust Remover for Tools
- Heavy Duty Rust Remover and Repair for ALL Tools
- Overnight paint remover/Paint Brush Cleaner
- DIY Fast Acting Weed Killer
- DIY Simple Ant Killer
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