Home Made Shower Spray

Cheap and easy to make home made Shower Spray

[captionpix imgsrc=”http://blog.cleanslatefarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/website-shower-spray.jpg” captiontext=”Home-made shower spray on the cheap” imgtitle=”shower spray”]

 

How much do you hate having to clean the soap scum out of the shower stall? I thought so. Here’s a recipe for a quick, home made shower spray that can be whipped up with only four ingredients in about five minutes or less. How cheap? 32 ounces (95 cL) of dishwasher rinse is about $7.00, 32 ounces of hydrogen peroxide is about $4.00, isopropyl rubbing alcohol is about the same, and dish detergent is about $4.00. And with those you can make at four or more batches of home made shower spray. Here’s the recipe.

If you want to see how we made it see our video on Home-made shower spray.

5.0 from 1 reviews
Home Made Shower Spray
 
Author:
Ingredients
  • ½ cup isopropyl alcohol
  • ½ cup hydrogen peroxide
  • 1½ cups water
  • 2 tsp dish rinse
  • 6 drops dish detergent
Instructions
  1. Mix all together in a spray bottle. Done.

 

Mountain Camp Feeder for Overwintering Honey Bees

Should the bees eat all the honey a mountain camp feeder will help them through the winter

[captionpix imgsrc=”http://blog.cleanslatefarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/ready-to-use.jpg” captiontext=”A mountain camp feeder holds white cane sugar for bees to eat if they run out of honey” imgtitle=”mountain camp feeder”]

 

As first year beekeepers we are learning quite a bit about the life and times of honey bees. We make no pretense that we are experts at this and even seasoned beekeepers will tell you there are no experts. Beekeeping is an endeavour in which one learns constantly. One of the things we learned about, and had to in our climate, is how to overwinter your bees so they make it through to spring and the new nectar and pollen flow.

In a previous post we showed how we wrapped the hives in tarpaper to help the bees. In theory the black tarpaper absorbs the sun’s rays and helps keep the hive warm. We’re not sure about the inside of the hive but when the sun is shining the tarpaper certainly does get warm. Hey, it can’t hurt.

Another thing one should think about is emergency feeding by the use of a mountain camp feeder. Insurance if you will. Basically it’s a wooden frame with a wire mesh bottom with newspaper paced over the wire. Then you pour white cane sugar on the paper, insert it into the hive, put the outer cover on, and leave well enough alone for the winter. :: Follow Gromit for more

Disclosure
Clean Slate Farm participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program.
As an affiliate, we are compensated for recommendations and links to products or services from any page on this site.
Thanks for using our links to Amazon and supporting us.

© Copyright 2016 Clean Slate Farm by Dave and Joanne
Home