I have tried a lot of different ear washes for my dog.. Nothing worked that well until this I tried this homemade concoction.
Ingredients: 3\4 c white vinegar, 1\4 c rubbing alcohol, 1\2tbsp boric acid and 1tsp of iodine.
Put in a dropper bottle or squirt bottle, put in dog's ear outside and then let them shake head. Repeat other side and then wipe out with a tissue.
The boric acid and iodine can be found behind the counter at a pharmacy.
Hope this helps!
I know this helped us!
~Dr. Laura ND
I never really had too much of a need for stain remover for laundry before kids, but with kids and the introduction of foods like blueberries, tomato sauce, avocado stains and pesto and many others, yes I needed something that WORKED!
My sister in law introduced me to this "miracle cleaner" simply 1part Dawn dish soap (yes it HAS to be Dawn) and 2 parts hydrogen peroxide. Mix in spray bottle, let sit for 15 minutes then throw in the wash.
So if you use 1/4 cup of Dawn dish soap you would use 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide or 1 cup of Dawn to 2 cups of hydrogen peroxide.
I've used this successfully on stains that have already gone through the wash and dryer cycle once or day\days old stains.
Enjoy getting those stains out!
~Dr. Laura xoxo
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