Many of our clients ask for home cleaning solutions to use between our visits. This is mainly what inspired this recipe index. Head over to the blog for new posts and DIY tips!
Ever wonder what's in that commercial cleaner?
Making your own cleaners is not only cost effective, it's easy! You will also have peace of mind knowing exactly what's in that spray bottle.
All Purpose Cleaner (Wood Safe) 1 c Distilled white vinegar 1 c Water 20 drops of Essential Oils (optional, suggestions include orange and lemon)
The all purpose cleaner can be used on cabinets, sinks, counter tops, even your floors! Essential oils not only smell nice, but make this cleaning solution much more effective.
Tub Scrub ½ cup Pure Liquid Castile Soap ½ cup Baking Soda 10 drops Essential Oils (optional)
This 'tub scrub' is also great for toilets, sinks, and fixtures.
Window Cleaner- Streak Free 1/4 cup white vinegar (apple cider vinegar will work as well) 1/4 cup isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol 1 Tbsp cornstarch (reduces streaking) 2 cups water 8-10 drops Essential Oil (optional, suggestions include orange, lemon, and peppermint)
Shake well before use and you're good to go!
Cold Season Disinfecting Spray Hydrogen Peroxide Spray-top
Quite possibly the cheapest and most effective cleaning supply you probably already have in your home! Simply put a spray-top on a hydrogen peroxide bottle and apply to surfaces as needed. Hydrogen peroxide is a safe oxidizer, bleaching agent, and disinfectant making it enemy #1 for germs and family friendly all in one. Great for door knobs, butting boards, and countertops.
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