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Homemade Cleaning Supplies for Your Home

Homemade Cleaning Supplies for Your Home

Ready to make the leap to all-natural cleaning products? Great! We know it can be overwhelming, so don’t feel pressured to make this big switch all
in one swoop!

Don’t feel pressured to make this big switch in one fell swoop! Swap out these eco-friendly cleaning products for their chemical counterparts slowly or
one at a time. You’ll want to make it a habit that can last, and the best way to do that is bit by bit. Here are some great DIY supplies you can use
around your house for general cleaning:

All-Purpose Cleaner: Buy a new spray bottle and clearly label it. Pour 1 cup of white vinegar, 1 tablespoon of baking soda, ¼ teaspoon
of liquid Castile soap, 20 drops of sweet orange essential oil (to cut grease) and 10 drops of essential oils (optional) into your spray bottle. If
you have a funnel, use it! Seal the top and gently shake to mix before each use.

Carpet Deodorizer: This one is so simple! Grab a canning jar and two lids. Carefully poke holes in one of the lids. This will allow you
to sprinkle the eco-deodorizer easily. You could also use an old spice container that has been thoroughly washed out. Pour baking soda into your container,
stopping about an inch below the lid. Now add 10-20 drops of your favorite essential oil or a teaspoon of ground cinnamon or cloves, and screw on the
cap without the holes. Shake your mixture well. Swap the cap for the one with the holes and sprinkle the powder onto your carpet. Allow it
to rest for 15 to 20 minutes, and then vacuum. Ahh, fresh!

Dusting Spray: Mix ⅓ cup of water, 8 drops of your favorite essential oil (or combine two you love!) and ½ tablespoon of liquid Castile
soap in a small spray bottle (4 – 8 oz.) This spray will work on any furniture, but be sure to test a small, inconspicuous area first.

Furniture Polish: Mix equal parts fresh-squeezed lemon juice and white vinegar in a bowl. Dip the corner of a clean cloth in the bowl
and rub a small amount of the mixture into your furniture. Wipe clean with a dry cloth. Another simple recipe: pour ¼ cup of white vinegar into a small
container and add a couple drops of olive oil. Gently shake the container, dip a clean cloth in the mixture and wipe your furniture with dry cloth.
Since lemon juice and olive oil can spoil, we recommend making small amounts for each use. Please test a small, inconspicuous area of your furniture first.

Glass Cleaner: This recipe may even beat the results of chemical-filled Windex! Combine ¼ cup rubbing alcohol, ¼ cup white vinegar, 1
tablespoon cornstarch and 2 cups of warm water in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray away, guilt-free!

Toilet Bowl Cleaner: Save a large squirt bottle with a flip cap for this (think: shampoo or lotion bottle.) Gently pour ¼ cup of liquid
Castile soap, 1 ¾ cup of water, 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 teaspoon of essential oil. Close the lid tight and shake. Voila!

Note: Many of these cleaning products use the same ingredients! Here’s a list of ingredients you’ll use over and over: Baking Soda, Liquid Castile
Soap, Essential Oil and White Vinegar.