DIY SWIFFER JET REFILL (floor cleaner): 1 cup of vinegar, 2 tablespoons of Castile soap, 2 liters of warm water (from the woman with the 7 household cleaning recipies ;) ) ALSO: use cheap wash cloths in place of swiffer pads. (Walmart, a dollar or two for a pack of 10.) OR Cut *microfibre fabric* to fit your Swifter. Use, then throw them in the washer with other rags!

DIY SWIFFER JET REFILL (floor cleaner): 1 cup of vinegar, 2 tablespoons of Castile soap, 2 liters of warm water (from the woman with the 7 household cleaning recipies ;) ) ALSO: use cheap wash cloths in place of swiffer pads. (Walmart, a dollar or two for a pack of 10.) OR Cut *microfibre fabric* to fit your Swifter. Use, then throw them in the washer with other rags!

DIY swiffer pad replacements (cheap) and homemade swiffer replacement solution from One Good Thing by Jillee

Make Your Own Reusable "Swiffer" Pads and Cleaning Solution

DIY swiffer pad replacements (cheap) and homemade swiffer replacement solution from One Good Thing by Jillee

How to make your own Swiffer Wet Jet solution refills - plus how to get off that top that's so hard to remove! This saves SO much money because those refill bottles are crazy expensive!

Swiffer Wet Jet Refills - How To Save Money By Making Your Own Homemade Cleaning Solution

How to make your own Swiffer Wet Jet solution refills - plus how to get off that top that's so hard to remove! This saves SO much money because those refill bottles are crazy expensive!

Spring Cleaning | Deep Cleaning | Organizing | Cleaning Tips | Cleaning Hacks | Cleaning Schedule

What Is The Best Way To Spring Clean Living Spaces

Spring Cleaning | Deep Cleaning | Organizing | Cleaning Tips | Cleaning Hacks | Cleaning Schedule

Cleaning Stove Burners Place stove burner in ziploc bag, pour 1/4 c. of ammonia, soak overnight Wipe it down with a wet sponge (can add in a little dish soap)

Cleaning Stove Burners Place stove burner in ziploc bag, pour 1/4 c. of ammonia, soak overnight Wipe it down with a wet sponge (can add in a little dish soap)

2 Ingredient Homemade Goo Remover! This is food safe... and uses only 2 ingredients you already have on hand! Works like magic!

How to make Homemade Goo Remover

2 Ingredient Homemade Goo Remover! This is food safe... and uses only 2 ingredients you already have on hand! Works like magic!

Another thing I no longer buy since using oils - air freshener! Here's how to make your own room spray: Just get a 4oz glass spray bottle and fill half with distilled water and half with witch hazel (but leave a little room at top for oils). You can add extra oil if you want the scent to be stronger, but I personally do about 20 drops of Young Living essential oil. I like to use 10 drops of lemon and 10 drops of Purification for the bathroom. Just give it a little shake and spray away.

Another thing I no longer buy since using oils - air freshener! Here's how to make your own room spray: Just get a 4oz glass spray bottle and fill half with distilled water and half with witch hazel (but leave a little room at top for oils). You can add extra oil if you want the scent to be stronger, but I personally do about 20 drops of Young Living essential oil. I like to use 10 drops of lemon and 10 drops of Purification for the bathroom. Just give it a little shake and spray away.

Homemade Oxiclean. When you add the peroxide it is the most potent, so it would be wise to make just before you use it!

Homemade Oxiclean. When you add the peroxide it is the most potent, so it would be wise to make just before you use it!

Do you get headaches and feel nauseated from Air Fresheners? I do! Even if you don't have ill effects from them you should discontinue using them as soon as p

Do you get headaches and feel nauseated from Air Fresheners? I do! Even if you don't have ill effects from them you should discontinue using them as soon as p

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