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How To Make Your Own Natural Bathroom Cleaners — Shopping List + Recipes

There are tons of "green" bathroom cleaners on the market, but most of the time it's cheaper and just as effective to make your own. Armed with a few simple non-toxic and biodegradable ingredients, you can keep your bathroom fresh and sparkling. If you've got a little extra time today, grab this sho...

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25 DIY cleaning recipes for the whole house. So the next time you want to wipe down a mirror, just mix two parts vinegar to 1 tsp Borax, add 3 drops of lemon juice, empty and clean out your old squirt bottle with the last "easy" cleaner, fill it with your stinky concoction, and voila! You can clean up the mess with the comfort of knowing you wasted 10 minutes of your life with DIY Chemistry!

5 easy, AWESOME homemade cleaning products. This saves me SO much money! These are also non-toxic and won't let off bad smells. This post gives recipes for all-purpose cleaner, glass cleaner, stain remover, soap scum cleaner (for tub and tiles), and a disinfectant. Awesome find!

Pinner says: First thing, I'm curious if the wrinkle release spray will smell like the vinegar at all or if the fabric softener in it will mask it...?? Secondly, I'm cleaning my oven racks tomorrow based on this & I'm excited to see how well it works. And finally, I'm pretty psyched (the little things) to try the armpit stain remover. Seriously ppl, everyone gets those, even a little bit.

DIY All-In-One Bathroom Cleaner. This cleaner is incredible!! Takes away odors and stains! - Live Simply

I am so trying this!!///Cleaning your microwave- 1/4 cup lemon juice and 1/4 water you place in a microwave safe bowl. Put microwave on for 2-3 minutes and then let it sit for 3 minutes. Then just wipe away! All bacteria killed and your microwave is left smelling fresh! :)

Natural Spring Cleaning—Create a thick paste of baking soda and water to remove stains. Check out the article for more tips on cleaning with common kitchen ingredients!

Want to make your own cleaning products out of stuff you already have at home? This list is fabulous and easy to follow!

  • Lili

    Vinegar, Dawn, and baking soda are still highly acidic and bad for the environment, and still toxic if accidentally ingested or inhaled. If you want TRULY all natural, try something like Shaklee Basic-H2 made from corn and coconut and works like a DREAM!http://crystalp.myshaklee.com/us/en/shop/healthyhome/bathroom/product-_p_basic-h2_sup_sup-organic-super-cleaning-concentratep?g=allpurposecleaning

Homemade laminate-floor cleaner... I'm gonna need this someday soon. Must add a few drops of a yummy essential oil for extra "sniff!"

interesting, hope there is a table and towell rack nearby, I also think the chairs can go and put in some shelves instead :) fireplace and big old tub together is a great plan though

Homemade Cleaners. I want to do more research on the properties of lavender oil to make sure it's a strong enough antibacterial but the other's sound great!

  • Tom Alapai

    Lavender has been used since plato for cleaning and disinfecting, and it smells good...

  • Keri Garofalo

    I'm an Aromatherapist, and lavender is a great essential oils for use in cleaning products, Thyme is also great, happy mixing

10x10x10 Green & Thrifty Cleaning Products--this is really cool! Just 10 different household items mixed 10 different ways can make 10 awesome cleaners (enough to clean your whole house!)

  • Decor8...ING

    Thank you Ruth for inspiring us to clean our homes the "old fashioned way". I set aside the chemicals and have been slowly cleaning my home room by room with the 10 x 10 x 10 G & T C Products. It smells wonderful!