Sunday, April 6, 2014

Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven 6 Quart Only $49.97 Shipped (Reg $110)

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Right now you can get this Lodge Color EC6D43 Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven, Island Spice Red, 6-Quart for just $49.97 Shipped (Retail $110)! There are other colors available, but they are more expensive. The reviews on this are great!

-Dishwasher-safe, but washing by hand recommended; lifetime warranty.
-Lid fits 11-inch Lodge color skillet; oven-safe to 400-degree F
-2 Coats of durable porcelain enamel in colorful exterior, cream-colored interior
-Heavy cast iron pot cooks on stovetop or in oven; superbly retains heat
-Lodge color series enameled cast-iron dutch oven; holds 6-quart

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Groupon Goods Round Up 4/6

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Here are some of the highest performing sales on Groupon Goods. There are over 600 great deals to choose from, so head over to see the full selection!


Comfort-Grip 6-Piece Utensil Set. Multiple Styles Available. Free Returns.


Emeril 12-Piece Colored Knife Set. Free Returns.


$7.99 Heavy Duty Non-Stick Oven Liner.


14-Jar Scroll Spice Rack with 5-Year Spice Refill


$1.99 Argom 3-Ft. Auxiliary Cable. Free Returns.


French Press Coffee and Tea Maker. Multiple Sizes Available from $6.99–$8.99. Free Returns.


All Season Down-Alternative Comforter. Multiple Colors Available. Free Returns.


Aduro Removable Bluetooth Keyboard Case for iPad mini, iPad Air, or iPad 2/3/4. Multiple Colors Available. Free Returns.


Maxi Dress in Black, Charcoal, Heather Gray, Heather Beige, or Mocha. Free Returns.


Buy 2 Get 1 Free: Purely Inspired Garcinia Cambogia Tablets or 1 Bottle of Purely Inspired Garcinia Cambogia Tablets


Otterbox Armor Series Case for iPhone 4/4s, iPhone 5, or Samsung Galaxy SIII. Multiple Styles Available. Free Returns.


Lil' Rider FX Battery-Powered 3-Wheel Bike. Multiple Colors Available. Free Returns.


2-Pack of Flavour It Fruit-Infuser Bottles. Multiple Colors Available. Free Returns.


$19.99 Professional At-Home Teeth-Whitening Kit


16-Pack of Chisel Tip Dry Erase Markers. Free Returns.

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Kindle eBook Deals 4/6

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Looking for a good book to download? Here are the Amazon Kindle Daily Deals for April 6th::
-Kindle Daily DealThe Firebird by Susanna Kearsley $2.99
-"Sand Omnibus" by Hugh Howey plus four fan fiction stories $2.99 each
-The Searchers by Glenn Frankel $1.99
-The Thing About Luck by Cynthia Kadohata $1.99

**Don't forget: You can read more than 360,000 Kindle books on your PC with this free application – no Kindle required. Download it here (for Windows 7, Vista, and XP).**

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Disney Princess LEGO Sets 20% Off

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HURRY over to Amazon! Select Disney Princess LEGO sets are priced at up to 20% off! These are newer sets that don't go on sale often, so be sure to check out these prices.

-LEGO Disney Princess Rapunzel's Creativity Tower 41054 $31.99 (Retail $39.99)
-LEGO Disney Princess 41050 Ariel's Amazing Treasures $10.39 (Retail $12.99)
-LEGO Disney Princess 41051 Merida's Highland Games $15.99 (Retail $19.99)
-LEGO Disney Princess Ariel's Magical Kiss 41052 $23.99 (Retail $29.99)
-LEGO Disney Princess 41055 Cinderella's Romantic Castle $55.99 (Retail $69.99)

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Amazon Fire TV Only $99

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Check out Amazon Fire TV for $99!

Here's a description of Fire TV:

-Amazon Fire TV is a tiny box you connect to your HDTV. It's the easiest way to enjoy Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, low-cost movie rentals, and much more

-Your partner in Prime—The best way to enjoy unlimited access to over 40,000 Prime Instant Videos on your HDTV, including Amazon exclusives like Downton Abbey and Justified
Massive selection—Over 200,000 TV episodes and movies, millions of songs, and over a hundred games.

-Voice search that actually works—Simply say the name of what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds.

-Tiny box, huge specs—Fast quad-core processor, 2 GB of memory, dedicated GPU, plus 1080p HD video and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound

-Easy to set up and use—Pre-registered to your Amazon account so you can enjoy favorite titles and personalized recommendations

-Instant streaming—Exclusive new feature ASAP predicts what movies and TV episodes you’ll want to watch and buffers them for playback before you hit play

-Perfect for parents—Amazon FreeTime lets you easily limit screen time and create personalized profiles just for kids (coming soon).

-Great for gaming, too—Play blockbuster titles like Minecraft-Pocket Edition, The Walking Dead, and Monsters University, plus free games and Amazon exclusives. Paid games start from just 99 cents

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Cleaning Supplies Coupon Round Up

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$0.50 off OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover

Doing some Spring Cleaning?  Print these coupons for savings!
$0.50 off any one (1) Palmolive Dish & Sink 25oz
$2.00 off any bobble water bottle or filter refill
$2.00 off ARM & HAMMER™ Laundry Detergent
$1.00 off ONE Tide Plus Collection Detergent
$0.55 off any Brawny 2 Giant Roll or larger
$1.00 off any ONE (1) OxiClean™ White Revive
$0.50 off OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover
$0.75 off ONE Charmin Basic 12ct or larger
$1.00 off ONE Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong
$0.50 off any ONE (1) OxiClean™ Pre-Treater
$0.50 off ONE Can of Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser
$1.00 off any ONE (1) package of Hefty Trash Bags
$1.00 off any TWO Hefty Slider Bags, 12 Ct
$1.00 off (1) Seventh Generation Hand Dish Liquid
$0.50 off Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle, Liquid or Spray
$1.00 off (1) Purex No Sort™ Laundry Detergent
$2.00 off any ONE NEW OxiClean™ Laundry Detergent
$1.00 off Energizer Brand Batteries or Flashlight
$1.00 off any Quilted Northern 24 Double Roll
$1.50 off Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer Product
$2.00 off any 2 FoodSaver Bags or Rolls
$10.00 off FoodSaver Vacuum Sealing System
$2.00 off any one (1) all Twin Pack
$2.00 off Tide OXI Multi-Purpose Stain Remover
$0.55 off (1) Vanity Fair Napkins or Hand Towels
$0.25 off one Mardi Gras Napkin package
$1.00 off any 2 Glade Spring Collection products
$1.00 off any TWO Glade Jar Candles
$1.00 off any TWO Glade Wax Melts
$1.00 off any Glade Automatic Spray refill
$1.00 off any Glade Sense & Spray product
$1.00 off any Glade PlugIns Scented Oil refills
$1.00 off any Glade PlugIns Scented Oil warmer
$1.00 off ONE Tide Washing Machine Cleaner
$1.00 off on any TWO (2) Glad Trash Bags



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Ways to Save: Using Baking Soda

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I love multi-purpose products!  They are a great way to save and are usually safer to use around kids and pets!  Check out this great list of uses for Baking Soda!

1. Make toothpaste
You can combine baking soda with 3 percent hydrogen peroxide solution to create a non-fluoride toothpaste.

2. Facial scrub
Instead of going to an expensive spa, make your own facial scrub! Make a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water. Rub in a gentle circular motion to exfoliate the skin. Rinse clean. This is gentle enough for daily use.

3. Deodorant
Pat baking soda under your arms to neutralize body odor. It’s a great alternative to harsher deodorants.

4. Use as an Antacid
Baking soda is a safe and effective antacid to relieve heartburn, sour stomach and/or acid indigestion. Refer to baking soda package for instructions.

5. Treat Insect Bites & Itchy Skin
For insect bites, make a paste out of baking soda and water, and apply as a salve onto affected skin. To ease the itch, shake some baking soda into your hand and rub it into damp skin after bath or shower.

6. Make a Bath Soak
Add 1/2 cup of baking soda to your bath to neutralize acids on the skin and help wash away oil and perspiration, it also makes your skin feel very soft. Epsom salts are pretty miraculous for the bath too.

7. Soothe Your Feet
Dissolve 3 tablespoons of baking soda in a tub of warm water and soak feet. Gently scrub.

8. Make a Hand Cleanser and Softener
Skip harsh soaps and gently scrub away ground-in dirt and neutralize odors on hands with a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water, or 3 parts baking soda to gentle liquid hand soap. Then rinse clean.

9. Freshen Sponges
Soak stale-smelling sponges in a strong baking soda solution to get rid of the mess (4 tablespoons of baking soda dissolved in 1 quart of warm water).

10. Polish Silver Flatware
Use a baking soda paste made with 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water. Rub onto the silver with a clean cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly and dry for shining sterling and silver-plated serving pieces.

11. Clean Shower Curtains
Clean and deodorize your vinyl shower curtain by sprinkling baking soda directly on a clean damp sponge or brush. Scrub the shower curtain and rinse clean. Hang it up to dry.

12. Boost Your Liquid Laundry Detergent
Give your laundry a boost by adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to your laundry to make liquid detergent work harder. A better balance of pH in the wash gets clothes cleaner, fresher and brighter.

13. Gently Clean Baby Clothes
Baby skin requires the most gentle of cleansers, which are increasingly available, but odor and stain fighters are often harsh. For tough stains add 1/2 cup of baking soda to your liquid laundry detergent, or a 1/2 cup in the rinse cycle for deodorization.

14. Remove Oil and Grease Stains
Use baking soda to clean up light-duty oil and grease spills on your garage floor or in your driveway. Sprinkle baking soda on the spot and scrub with a wet brush.

15. Clean Batteries
Baking soda can be used to neutralize battery acid corrosion on cars, mowers, etc. because its a mild alkali. Be sure to disconnect the battery terminals before cleaning. Make a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water, apply with a damp cloth to scrub corrosion from the battery terminal. After cleaning and re-connecting the terminals, wipe them with petroleum jelly to prevent future corrosion. Please be careful when working around a battery–they contain a strong acid.

16. Deodorize Your Refrigerator
Place an open box in the back of the fridge to neutralize odors.

17. Deodorize the Cutting Board
Sprinkle the cutting board with baking soda, scrub, rinse.

18. Remove Odor From Carpets
Liberally sprinkle baking soda on the carpet. Let set overnight, or as long as possible (the longer it sets the better it works). Sweep up the larger amounts of baking soda, and vacuum up the rest. (Note that your vacuum cleaner bag will get full and heavy.)

19. Remove Odor From Vacuum Cleaners
By using the method above for carpets, you will also deodorize your vacuum cleaner.

20. Camping Cure-all
Baking soda is a must-have for your next camping trip. It’s a dish washer, pot scrubber, hand cleanser, deodorant, toothpaste, fire extinguisher and many other uses.

21. Extinguish Fires
Baking soda can help in the initial handling of minor grease or electrical kitchen fires, because when baking soda is heated, it gives off carbon dioxide, which helps to smother the flames. For small cooking fires (frying pans, broilers, ovens, grills), turn off the gas or electricity if you can safely do so. Stand back and throw handfuls of baking soda at the base of the flame to help put out the fire–and call the Fire Department just to be safe.

22. Septic Care
Regular use of baking soda in your drains can help keep your septic system flowing freely. One cup of baking soda per week will help maintain a favorable pH in your septic tank.

23. Fruit and Vegetable Scrub
Baking soda is the food safe way to clean dirt and residue off fresh fruit and vegetables. Just sprinkle a little on a clean damp sponge, scrub and rinse.

24. Clean the Microwave
Baking soda on a clean damp sponge cleans gently inside and outside the microwave and never leaves a harsh chemical smell. Rinse well with water.

25. Relieve Diaper Rash
Put two tablespoons in your baby’s bathwater to help relieve diaper rash.

26. Fresh Flowers
Keep cut flowers fresh longer by adding a teaspoon to the water in the vase.

27. Repel Rain
Wipe your windshield with it to repel rain.

28. Music Fruit Relief
Soak dried beans to a baking soda solution to make them more digestible.

29. Spot-Treat Acne
You can make a paste with baking soda and water. Apply the paste to surface zits. It probably won’t work as well for deep blemishes.

30. Obviously, Cooking
Use it as a substitute for baking powder by mixing with it with cream of tartar or vinegar.
Thanks The Ready Store!

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Ways to Save 2013: DIY Laundry Detergent

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Here is another great way to save on laundry detergent!  Making your own lasts longer and you control the chemicals in it!

Laundry Soap

  1. Grate the Soap (Fels Naptha or Zote).  The hardest part is grating the Zote or Fels Naptha - you want it to be like shredded cheese.  I have tried several methods, use a cheese grater and grate manually, but my favorite and the easiest I think is to use my Magic Bullet - but you have to cut the soap into little cubes or it will get hot inside the bullet and stick together so do this in small batches.
  2. Pour all ingredients into a large bucket or container and mix with hands (the kids love to get their hands into this and mix it up for me).
  3. Pour back into containers that close tightly - you don't want this stuff to get any moisture in it. I put it back into the Purex Crystal and Oxy Clean Containers.  
  4. Use 1 capful (the cap that comes on the Purex container) in each load.  I have an HE machine and it works better than regular detergent as it doesn't get all foamy.  I would suggest putting in with the actual laundry not in the dispenser.  
  5. It took me quite some time to decide to give this a try as I am really picky about my laundry detergent and how my clothes feel and smell. As you know My Kansas City Mommy has a ton of children so it has to work really well.  I can honestly say this is my favorite laundry detergent EVER.  I have tried it all and I can't find anything that works better.  I also share this every time I make it with my college kids and family and they won't use anything else now either.  
Thanks My Kansas City Mommy!

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Ways to Save: Using Vinegar Around the Home

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One of my favorite ways to save is using items you already have at your house.  Check out these uses for Vinegar!  

1. Clear dirt off PCs and electronics
Your computer, printer, fax machine, and other home office gear will work better if you keep them clean and dust-free. Turn off your machine and wash with a mix of equal parts white vinegar and water. Wash with a cloth, not a spray bottle. You can use cotton swabs for tight spaces.
2. Get rid of smoke odor
If you’ve recently burned a steak or can’t get rid of that cigarette smell, remove the lingering smoky odor by placing a shallow bowl about three-quarters full of white or cider vinegar in the room where the scent is strongest. To get the smell out of the air, moisten a cloth and wave it in the air.
3. Wipe away mildew
Use undiluted vinegar to wipe away heavy mildew stains. Mix it with water to clean light mildew stains. You can even use a vinegar mist in a spray bottle to prevent mildew stains from forming in rugs and carpets.
4. Clean chrome and stainless steel
To clean chrome and stainless steel fixtures around your home, apply a light misting of undiluted white vinegar from a recycled spray bottle. Buff with a soft cloth to bring out the brightness.
5. Unglue stickers, decals, and price tags
Don’t you hate when you peel a sticker off of your new furniture or product and it’s still sticky from the glue? Worry no more! Use full-strength white vinegar and gently scrape it off the product. Use an expired credit card to scrape. You can also uses this solution to get glue off of glass, plastic and walls.
6. Brighten up brickwork
Have dingy bricks around your fireplace? Use 1 cup of white vinegar mixed with 1 gallon of warm water to scrub the area. Your bricks will be looking shiny and nice!
7. Revitalize wood paneling
You can also use vinegar to shine up your dull wood paneling. Mix 1 pint warm water with 4 tablespoons white or apple cider vinegar and 2 tablespoons olive oil. Let the mixture soak for a few minutes and then polish.
8. Remove carpet stains
You can lift out many stains from your carpet with vinegar:
  • For light stains, mix 2 tablespoons salt with ½ cup white vinegar. Rub into the stain, let try and vacuum.
  • For tough, ground-in dirt and other stains, make a paste of 1 tablespoon vinegar with 1 tablespoon cornstarch, and rub it into the stain using a dry cloth. Let it set for two days, then vacuum.
9. Keep car windows frost-free
Vinegar is a great way to keep frost from forming on your car windows. Spray the outside of your windows with a mixture of 3 parts white vinegar to 1 part water.
10. Refresh your refrigerator
Have you ever smelled a refrigerator that hasn’t been used for a long time? It’s gross! You can freshen up your fridge with a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water. You can use the solution to wash the interior and exterior of the fridge.
11. Steam-clean your microwave
Fill a bowl with 1 cup water and ¼ cup vinegar. Set the bowl in the microwave and cook on high for 5 minutes. Once the bowl cools down, use the solution to wipe off the walls of the microwave.
12. Disinfect cutting boards
Use full-strength white vinegar to clean wood cutting boards or butcher block countertops. This is a great alternative to dishwasher detergent because it can weaken surfaces and wood fiber. It disinfects against E.coli, salmonellsa and staphylococcus.
13. Clean china, crystal, and glassware
Have soap spots and dingy spots on your dishes after you put them in the dishwasher? Simply add a few ounces of vinegar to your dishwasher. It will prevent those hard-water stains from showing up.
14. Trap fruit flies
Did you bring home fruit flies from the market? You can make traps for them that can be used anywhere around your house by filling an old jar about halfway with apple cider vinegar. Punch a few holes in the lid, screw it back on, and you’re good to go.
15. Tenderize and purify meats and seafood
Soaking a lean or inexpensive cut of red meat in a couple of cups of vinegar breaks down tough fibers to make it more tender. You can also use vinegar to tenderize seafood steaks. Let the meat or fish soak in full-strength vinegar overnight.
16. Control your dandruff
Can’t wear those black shirts because your dandruff will show? Vinegar to the rescue! After shampooing, rinse your hair with a mixture  of 2 cups apple cider vinegar and 2 cups cold water.
17. Ease sunburn and itching
Gently rub a sunburn or rash with cotton balls or a soft cloth soaked with white or cider vinegar. Try to apply this before the sunburn begins to sting. You can use this to help treat insect bites or rashes from poison ivy or poison oak.
18. Clean your eyeglasses
When it’s more difficult to see with your glasses on than it is with them off, it’s a clear indication that they’re in need of a good cleaning. Applying a few drops of white vinegar to your glass lenses and wiping them with a soft cloth will easily remove dirt, sweat, and fingerprints, and leave them spotless. Don’t use vinegar on plastic lenses, however
19. Stop reds from running
Unless you have a fondness for pink-tinted clothing, take one simple precaution to prevent red washable clothes from ruining your wash loads. Soak your new clothes in a few cups of undiluted white vinegar for 10-15 minutes before their first washing. You’ll never have to worry about running colors again! This also works with other bright colors that you worry might run.
20. Speed germination of flower seed
You can get woody seeds, such as moonflower, passionflower, morning glory, and gourds, off to a healthier start by lightly rubbing them between a couple of sheets of fine sandpaper-and soaking them overnight in a solution of 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar and 1 pint warm water. Next morning, remove the seeds from the solution, rinse them off, and plant them.


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Ways to Save 2013: DIY Cleaners

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Whether you are wanting to save money or use less chemicals in your home (I am from both categories) here are some great homemade cleaning recipes from My Kansas City Mommy!

Homemade Multi Purpose Cleaner (Like 409)

  • 2-3 Tbsp Distilled White Vinegar
  • 1 Tsp Borax
  • 1 Cup Hot Water
  • 1/8 Cup Dawn Dishsoap
  • Spray Bottle {16 oz.} (I bought mine at the Dollar Tree)
  1. Pour vinegar, borax and hot water into spray bottle.
  2. Then continue filling spray bottle with cool water.
  3. Add Dawn Dishsoap last. {Don't shake}
  4. If you like add a few drops of your favorite essential oil


Homemade Glass Cleaner and Stainless Cleaner

  • 2 cup Water
  • 1/2 cup White Vinegar
  • 4 to 6 drops Dawn Dish Soap
  • Empty Spray Bottle

  1. Combine water, vinegar, and dawn dish soap in an empty spray bottle, and… you are done! I know you can't believe how easy that was!!  

Thanks My Kansas City Mommy!


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DIY: Cleaning Your Stove

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One of our moms in our network wanted to demonstrate how to effectively clean a stove using nothing but some plain vinegar, baking soda, a towel and her finger. She made sure to take pictures of the her progress to prove the effectiveness.

Thanks Alyssa over at My Coastal Carolina Mommy for sharing!  This is just amazing!!!!  Since I just moved my stove is still clean, but I'm sure in no time at all I'll be checking this out!

Step 1: I sat my burner in the sink with some hot water and plain vinegar to soak for about 10 minutes. You can see in the sink a couple tiny black flakes from my burner but the soak was just to help soften up some of the burnt on food.


Step 2: I took my normal dish scrubber brush and gave my burner a quick scrub. I did not exert a lot of energy or muscle. Just scrubbed to break off some of the loose pieces. This is what my burner looked like.

Step 3: I then took my $0.50 box of off brand baking soda and gave it a quick shake throughout the inside of my burner. This is more of a light coating then anything.


Step 4: I then took my finger (yes my finger) and splashed a little bit of vinegar around the inside of the burner creating a paste. It should not be more vinegar then baking soda.


Step 5: I then took the corner of a towel, wrapped around my finger and lightly scrubbed in small circles around the inside of the burner. For the tougher burnt spots, I picked up a little bit more of the paste, and continued my circular scrubbing. It took me about 5 minutes to achieve the results below. And as you can see on my towel, the results of my scrubbing.



I can not believe that it took me a few years of fighting with these stoves to figure out the best way to clean them or keep them clean. I have tried everything, including wrapping my burners in aluminum foil. That is the worst thing I ever did! Not only was I trying to get off burnt on food but also burnt on aluminum foil.

This method also works if you have one of those pretty glass top stoves. If you get the small rings of burnt food particles and can not find anything to clean it off without having to leave the house for a few hours because of the smell, try this method. I have used this on my parents glass top and it came out sparkling. I do recommend a good glass cleaner to give it the reflective shine after a baking soda scrub.

I hope I was able to help other families to conquer their frustrating stoves and burners. It has definitely made my cleaning a bit easier.

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