Thinking of making your own spray?
Dislike the idea of spraying unknown chemicals around the house?
then, you're in the right place!
I stopped buying commercial cleaners years ago...
I was able to save more than 200 bucks and i felt safer about my sprays
In this post, I'm going to share with you 5 ways you can combine vinegar to create your own natural cleaner for the things you want to clean.
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This recipe is my personal favourite and i use it regularly from deodorizing my laundries to cleaning out hard window stains.
But if you're like me, you probably dislike the smell of white vinegar...
Fortunately, you can easily create an infused citrus vinegar with leftover citrus peels to turn that stinky vinegar into pleasant fruity smell .
You will need a glass jar with lid, the peels of 3 lemons and a bottle of white vinegar.
After 3 weeks, strain the lemon peels and transfer the solution into a spray bottle of your choice.
The next time you have peels of orange, lemon, grapefruit and lime, don't throw them away!
There is nothing more effective at soap scum and heavy hard water stain than soap Dawn Soap and Vinegar.
This heavy duty bathroom cleaners eliminates germ causing bacteria, dissolves hard stains quickly and leaves your bathroom smelling fresh and clean.
You'll need 2 parts of white vinegar, 1 part blue dawn dish soap. An example would be 20 oz of white vinegar and 10 oz of blue dawn dish soap
Here's a few ways to store the mixture
Not only is this a more effective way to clean shower stains, it is also more affordable and easy to make!
Tired of regular squeegee that leaves streaks of water behind that is not comfortable to hold?
With this all in purpose squeegee, streak almost never happens because of it's innovative design that uses only the best materials.
If you love natural green cleaners, then this type of vinegar sprayis probably going to be your favorite!
This simple, yet power spray uses discarded fruit peels and herbs that you can find in the backyard or the groceries store making it economical and environmentally friendly.
Scented Vinegar Recipes are Versatileandthey contain 3 main ingredients:
You'll need a glass jar with lid, enough lime peels to fill half the jar, 10g of Fresh Mint Leaves.
This is one of my favorites when i am out of vinegar sprays, it is easy to make, non-toxic and really effective too!
Here's an ergonomic frosted spray bottle that delivers super fine mist without leakage!
Perfect for DIY cleaning sprays and looking pretty too!
Bleach are effective against mold and are great when it comes to disinfecting your home.
They are very strong and can be toxic to the human body, plus, they are not environmentally friendly.
I later came across a friend who recommended this incredibly simple yet effective that is just as good as bleach if not, better.
This solution works because it combines the power of 2 powerful cleaning solutions: vinegar and vodka, which enhances it's mold removal and disinfecting properties.
Why do all the manual scrubbing when you can attach a cleaning brush onto a drill and push a button?
That's precisely what this drill brush set is all about!
Say goodbye to elbow grease and power your way through stubborn stains, dirt and grime effortlessly with the push of a button!
I hope you've found this vinegar spray guide helpful
Which tip from today's post do you want to try first?
Are you going to make the All purpose Spray?
Or maybe the Citrus Infused Vinegar Spray?
Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below
P.S: You may buy this white vinegar from Amazon
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