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DIY Cleaning Wipes

by Marji
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Fabulessly Frugal • 2 years ago

Don't waste money on cleaning wipes when you can so easily make your own at home! fabulesslyfrugal....

  • Diana Navarro
    Diana Navarro • 2 years ago

    You could add a couple of drops of tea tree essential oil for a little more disinfecting strength

  • Theresa Ryle
    Theresa Ryle • 2 years ago

    I love this idea.. I also have been uding the homemade fabric softerner for a few months now and I wont go bqck to commercial fabirc softners.

  • Amanda Parramoure
    Amanda Parramoure • 2 years ago

    Good article, @Erica Kelley. Interesting, because I've read a lot saying the opposite. Hard to know what to believe these days! I'm gonna stick with using vinegar for everything though, just because it works for me. We rarely get sick and when we do, it's very short living. I use it for counter tops, everything in my bathroom, my floors and my laundry. I ♥ you vinegard! :P

  • Judy Binder
    Judy Binder • 1 year ago

    I think I'll try making these for my men they get so dirty, from there job and my son wanted some wipes to clean his hands and wipe off things in his work truck. This will save us lots of money'

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