We’ve rounded up the best Homemade Cleaners Recipes made from ingredients in your Pantry. Check out the Charts now …
It’s easy to overspend at the supermarket. You can end up with a cupboard full of expensive products that are toxic and over powering. There simply has to be a better way. There is!
You only need a few basic Pantry staples to whip up your own Homemade Cleaners Recipes. They work the same, if not better than the store bought versions and your home will be chemical free.
Homemade Cleaners Recipes Video Tutorial
We have included a quick video tutorial that will show you how to make 5 Homemade Cleaners Recipes that you won’t want to miss. Click Play above now ^
Joanie Boeckman is the Simple Living Mama and she has some great homemade recipes including Dusting Spray, Toilet Bowl Cleaner and a great alternative to Bleach. She has everything from dishes to glass covered! You can download her free printable here
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The 5 key ingredients used are:
- Dish soap
- Rubbing alcohol
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Baking soda
Over on the Typical English home site they have consistently used the above ingredients and recommend that if you want to add an essential oil for fragrance to add 10 drops of your chosen oil. You can get their free printable chart here
Over on Real Simple, they have created this awesome Infographic that features 10 DIY Cleaning Recipes and there is something for every chore in the house.
We love these Labels from 11 Magnolia Lane and you can download them as free printables on their website here
Some general tips:
- Label bottles using easel tape and a permanent marker
- Use clean bottles and triggers only
- Use different shapes, colors, and sizes of bottles if possible.
- Make enough for 1-2 months of use only.
DIY Cleaning Recipes via Picklee