4 Eco-Friendly DIY Cleaning Supplies

Every girl has a couple beauty secrets up their sleeve; however, it’s equally important to know a few cleaning remedies for the home. CG loves eco-friendly, green cleaners, as creating some of these homemade concoctions can not only save money but also can clear out a little extra storage space and lighten up the chemical load. (To get the best results be sure to shake mixtures before each use.)

Get started with this grocery list:
  • White vinegar
  • Dawn dish soap
  • Fabric softener
  • Baking soda
  • Olive oil
  • Lavender and citrus essential oil
  • 4 spray bottles

Window Cleaner
Instead of purchasing a new bottle, feel free to use an old Windex (or any liquid glass cleaner) bottle. Fill half of it with white vinegar, then top it off with water. Add a teaspoon of Dawn soap, replace the spray bottle cap, and shake the mixture until it has an even texture.

Wood Cleaner
Mix 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 2 cups of water, ¼ cup of white vinegar in a new spray bottle. Last, add citrus-scented oil to scent as little or as much as desired.

Fabric Deodorizer
In a spray bottle, take ⅛ cup fabric softener, 2 tablespoons of baking soda, fill the rest with water. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil. Shake to blend.

Bathroom Cleaner
Add ½ cup of vinegar, ¼ cup baking soda, 2 liters water and citrus essential oil to a spray bottle. Shake, then use.

CG has provided a quick and safe ways to create some of the most popular cleaning supplies -- so don’t panic next time they run out, just add a few additional ingredients to the grocery list and make a fresh batch of whatever is missing. Be sure to do a test trial on a small area before completely misting everything down.

By: Kiarra Sylvester | Image: Source

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