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These luxury elk antlers will make your dog feel like royalty. The antlers are free from harmful chemicals, arrive in eco-friendly packaging and come with a 100% money-back guarantee. $44.99 for a 1-lb. box at Amazon

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A small amount of bleach can typically be diluted in water and poured down the sink. For larger amounts, check if there are any disposal instructions printed on the container. If not, call your local hazardous-waste-disposal facility for their recommendations.

If you’re looking for a way to get a super shiny sink without using too many harsh chemicals, try this cleaning hack using baking soda and dish soap from @jadesaine.

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If you look closely at your cleaning supplies, you’ll notice that many of them are printed with an expiration date. But if we’re being honest, most of us likely don’t check this fine print. The next time you’re embarking on a big cleaning spree, check the expiration date or manufacture date on that bottle of bleach, cleaning spray and dishwashing liquid you’ve had stashed in the cabinet for years. If you find they are past their prime, follow the steps below to dispose of them safely.

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Properly cleaning your cutting board is important for food safety, but using harsh chemicals on a surface you prepare food on is also a big no. This simple 2-ingredient recipe from @zeinahnur keeps It natural by using ingredients you already have in your kitchen.

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Happy Earth Day to all of you. Earth Day began in 1970 to raise awareness of the need for environmental protection. Today it is more relevant than ever.

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Birds are very sensitive to even the slightest change in the air and environment, and household triggers are no different.

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