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HOMEMADE CLEANERS

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HOMEMADE CLEANERS
 

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HOMEMADE CLEANERS

I’ve been really interested in homemade cleaners lately. It’s great if you’re watching your budget but it’s also a great way to help reduce your footprint.

what you will need to get started

 
 
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dishwashing liquid

it’s a PH neutral liquid.

  • It’s not to acidic, it’s not too alkaline.

  • Any recipe calling for warm, soapy water is asking for dish soap

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VINEGAR

vinegar deodorizes, middle disinfects,

degreases and descales.

 



Dishwashing liquid:

  • it’s a PH neutral liquid.

  • It’s not to acidic, it’s not too alkaline.

  • Any recipe calling for warm, soapy water is asking for dish soap

Vinegar

  • deoderize

  • mildly disinfect

  • degrease

  • descale

Rubbing Alcohol

  • 65% USP (As long as it’s about 65% it’s a disinfectant)

Hydrogen Peroxide

  • same as oxygen bleach

  • breaks the bond between dirt and the surface

  • natural brightener and whitener

  • use it to replace their bleach

  • whiten their teeth and brighten their hair

baking soda:

  • great wingman to any of these products

  • you can sprinkle it on the surface

  • use it instead of a powder to scour the surface

Lavender:

  • add 10 drops of lavender

  • anti mildue and anti bacterial


Glass Cleaner:

50% vinegar and 50% water

use a microfibre cloth to wipe


Stain Remover:

2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1 part dishwashing liquid


Disinfectant

50% rubbing alcohol, 50% water

use in your bathroom, kitchen to clean cutting boards. Great for cleaning electronics


Degreaser and Soap Scum Remover:

50% dishwashing liquid and 50% vinegar


All Purpose Cleaner

2 tbsp dishwashing liquid, bottle of water

great for cleaning surfaces, dusting…etc.



They last for about 2 months.