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DIY laundry detergent

In this guide, we will suggest the recipe for DIY laundry detergent, using natural ingredients that are easily available at home. The laundry detergent that we usually buy in supermarkets contains chemicals that are harmful to the environment and its cost greatly affects our wallet!
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Reuse furniture: "And now you Ikrea"

"Give me a hammer" "What do you want to do with it?" "I want to give it to my head / to those who do not like me". Thus recited an old song by Rita Pavone. Now it's different, and listening to Massimo Acanfora's advice, you can do a thousand things with a hammer. None has to do with violence, all with furniture reuse.
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Dwarf fruit plants

Dwarf fruit plants are very useful for those who want to grow fruit and do not have enough space in the garden. Dwarf fruit plants can be grown on the balcony, in the vegetable garden or on the terrace. Those who do not have a vegetable garden or a garden do not necessarily have to give up the cultivation of fruit plants!
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How to make vegan mayonnaise

Mayonnaise is a very versatile sauce in the kitchen; it lends itself very well to the preparation of many dishes, from the most elaborate to the simplest ones such as stuffing a sandwich. However, mayonnaise is banned by vegans due to the presence of eggs. In this regard, here's how to make vegan mayonnaise, following our recipe step by step.
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Colloidal silver, properties and uses

The term colloidal silver refers to a solution of very fine particles of pure silver suspended in distilled water Unfortunately, the market too often misuses this term by selling ionic silver in solution for colloidal silver and there is a big difference between these two products.
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Tree diseases: how to prevent them

The most common tree diseases are bark beetle, chestnut canker, white mildew (powdery mildew), gray mold, monliosis, elm graphiosis, round head disease, sulphurous polyporus, fir rust and the leaf mimic of the horse chestnut. Most or all of them can be effectively prevented by caring for the trunk and base of trees.
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