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I want to do a little experiment…
How many of you use Pinterest or follow blogs for DIY projects?
Oh, right. ALL OF YOU because you are reading my little blog here.
How many of you finally get around to trying out one of your fabulous DIY projects only to be sorely disappointed in its inaccessibility to us such commoners?
It’s ok. Let it out.
No shame here.
This week’s DIY is for you!
Nothing is more frustrating than setting out to save some money and/or be all homemade/self-sufficient/homestead-y only to find a long, complicated procedure that requires an expensive trip to the store and/or the tools and skills of the great Martha Stewart.
Here it is, guys.
A DIY project that is inexpensive AND easy:
Here’s what you’ll need:
6 c HOT water
3 c white vinegar
2 c cheap hair conditioner in whatever yummy scent you desire (e.g. Suave, VO5, etc.)
a gallon size container
a funnel (not necessary if you don’t spill everything. #ConeOfShame)
a small dispenser of some sort (optional)
Here’s what you’ll do:
1. Pour the HOT water into the gallon size container. I used an empty vegetable oil container from Costco, but you could use a clean milk jug or reuse your old fabric softener container. You won’t be needing those money-suckers anymore after you do this!
2. Add the hair conditioner. Screw the cap on tightly to the gallon jug. Shake it like a salt shaker/polaroid picture. Yeeeeaaaaahhhhhhh.
3. Once the conditioner dissolves into the water, add the vinegar and thennnn…
Until next week. Cheers!