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    Homemade Natural Cleaning Products: Non-toxic cleaning supplies made with items easily found in the home.

    Mix 2 cups water, a few drops of natural soap, and 15 drops each of tea tree and lavender organic essential oil. You can spray this on all kinds of home surfaces – changing tables, cutting boards, toilets, sinks, walls, and more. Just don’t use this on glass, as it will streak. This basic cleaner is so safe and gentle.

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

    Cleaning Tips and Homemade Cleaning Recipes that will save you time and money. I love the DIY static ball and febreeze!

    Bathroom cleaners: toilet bowl cleaner (1/4 C borax or baking soda & 1 C vinegar in the toilet, let sit for 15 min, scrub, flush), drain cleaner (1/2 C baking soda into drain followed by 1 C vinegar, let sit and fizz for 15 min, rinse with hot or boiling water), and more!

    Rose: Take advantage of Mom's Costco membership. Bulk prices for these ingredients will be even more cost efficient and if you go in on the price with friends, even better. Paul can't complain about the time you spend on Pinterest if you save a butt-load of money!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    stain removers...I cant wait to try some of the others. The shower cleaner is miraculous for removing soap scum without harsh chemicals, which incidentally dont work as well anyway!

    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!

    Home made cleaning wipes to replace those clorox wipes. Less toxic and way less expensive!

    Citrus Cleaner......you can also add tea tree oil to make it an antibacterial cleaner.

    This stuff's expensive! Dawn dish liquid, + (3) about 1 cup of water, + (4) a good empty jar -- [I use the empty jar from the first jewelry cleaner I bought about 20+ years ago.] I just add my rings to the jar and GENTLY “shake” it. I also let it sit for as long as I want when I’m busy (They’ve even been in there overnight before). All I have to do when I remove the jewelry, is rinse well. It’s AMAZING how the diamonds sparkle!!!