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With small children living in your home, the last thing you need is harsh chemical cleaners. Well, this post tells you how to make a natural, chemical free cleanser that does the job in a more gentle and eco friendly way. Here is how to make a natural eco friendly surface cleaner.
How To Make A Natural Eco Friendly Surface Cleaner
All these ingredients can easily be found in most shops, so you can start making this today!
You Will Need
- White vinegar – I bought mine from Wilko, but you can get it here
- Some filtered or cooled boiled water
- 12-15 drops of essential oil, my favourites are lavender, tea tree or citrus scents
- An old spray bottle, or glass spray bottle.
Half fill your spray bottle with the filtered/boiled and cooled water.
Top it up with the white vinegar.
Add 12-15 drops of your favourite essential oil.
Put the top on the spray bottle and shake it all well!
You can use this to clean so many surfaces around the home. I like to use it with my multipurpose kitchen cloths – see my tutorial here. The essential oils should mask the vinegar scent, which some people don’t like, but I think it dissipates pretty quickly.
It is great for kitchen and bathroom tiles. And brilliant for cleaning inside your fridge. My only tip would be not to use it on wood or polished surfaces as it may strip or dull the polish. And also be careful using it on granite or marble for the same reason. It is always wise to do a patch test before using any cleaning product for the first time.
Vinegar is such a great item to use around your home. Find some more uses in this post.
Do you think that you would be making this in the future? I would love to see your results. Do comment below, or find me on social media.
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