Top 10 DIY Cleaning Tips and Products

What would you think if we told you that making your life more chemical-free by making your own cleaning products is possible? Yes, it is possible! Even the things you think that the only way to own them is to buy them from the store, are make-able in the comfort of your home.

This post is dedicated to all the ladies that care about their homes and are careful about the chemicals that go into their houses. This is another post that proves that the DIY project is the best thing that can happen to us, and we have to be thankful for the internet and those clever minds that have come up with some of the greatest replacements for these products.

1. All-Purpose Cleaner and Spray Bottle That Won’t Leach

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This is a universal cleaner that can be substituted for all of those toxic cleaners you have in your home. This is one amazing  natural cleaner that will be of great help in your home.

2. Speed Cleaner (Less Than 45 Minutes)

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Here is one great tip from a housewife that wants to share her cleaning routine with all of you. On the link above, you will find all of her very helpful tips for every woman, which will help you speed up your cleaning routine and make your own homemade cleaner.

3. Clean Stainless Steel Appliances and Remove Scratches

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Although the stainless steel looks shiny and flawless, it is a bit difficult to maintain them that way. For that, we have one easy way how to remove the fingertips and stains with ease. Open the link and read all the ways that are suggested.

4. Homemade Recipes for Windex, Pledge, Febreeze, and Bathroom Cleaner

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Some of the main ingredients will be baking soda, olive oil, and white vinegar for all of these products. This is a way to save so much money and spare your home from unnecessary toxins.

5. How To Make Dishwasher Detergent

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Here is one great alternative for store-bought dishwasher detergents. Making it is easier than you think and is also a budget-friendly option.

6. DIY Jewelry Cleaner

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If you are one of the ladies that have enormous amounts of jewelry in their rooms, then this jewelry cleaner recipe will be welcomed for you. Make your accessories sparkle as new and all that with environment-safe ingredients.

7. Antibacterial Soft Scrub Cleanser

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The secret to this soft scrub cleanser is the castile soap and the tea tree oil. The oil makes this whole mixture antibacterial which is a big plus! You can clearly see the results in the picture, so don’t hesitate and open the link to get the recipe!

8. DIY Shower Cleaner

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Your shower needs to be sometimes washed too, so here is one great recipe for you to make on your own. This is a great helper for you, especially if you are fighting the soap scum battle, and nothing seems to help with that. Try this; it really does work!

9. Clean Your Pillows

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You have to know that your pillows get dusty and dirty with a period of time, so you need to wash them at least 3 times of the year. And the process of washing is explained on the link below the picture.

10. DIY Disinfecting Wipes

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Well, yes, it is possible to make your own disinfecting wipes, and we don’t blame you that you haven’t thought about this before. Your regular toilet paper roll will have the main role in this process, and get the full instructions by clicking on the link.

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    10 Responses

      1. I found a it online! Its:
        -1/4 to 1/2 cup of Pine-sole
        -2 1/2 to 2 3/4 of water!

        Make sure you let it sit over night so it can absorb into the paper towels!

    1. Why not reuse the disenfectant wipe container? Great idea to make your own cleaning cloths and I’ll be giving this a try

    2. I can’t get any of these recipes. I click on the picture…nothing! Ive tried pinning it and then clicking on the picture….nothing!

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