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  • Jamie C.

    A nice list of homemade disinfectants. With cold & flu season upon us, along with nasty bugs like the entrovirus, I'm looking for ways to naturally disinfect my home.

  • Kathleen Brown

    Homemade Disinfectant: Tea Tree Oil & Lavender: Fill a 16 oz spray bottle 1/4 full with equal parts tea tree oil and lavender essential oil. Fill the rest of the bottle with water. Shake before each use. This site has 14 Homemade Toxic-Free Surface Disinfectant recipes total. This one is the only one that intrigued me and/or was new to me though.

  • Amber Jones

    homemade disinfectants - bleach free! Hydrogen Peroxide & Vinegar: (for countertops) Spray surface with hydrogen peroxide then spray a layer of vinegar over top. Wipe clean. Hydrogen Peroxide & Tea Tree Oil: 3 cups water, 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide, 2 TBS lemon juice (freshly squeezed), 10 drops tea tree oil. Tea Tree Oil & Lavender: Fill a 16 oz spray bottle 1/4 full with equal parts tea tree oil and lavender essential oil. Fill the rest of the bottle with water. Shake before each us...

  • Angie Muder

    Homemade, bleach free, surface disinfectants

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