Making your own DIY homemade natural cleaners isn’t hard and can save you a lot of money!
Conventional cleaners often contain ingredients that can be harmful. Many of the ingredients are endocrine disrupters, which can cause adverse reproductive, neurological developmental and immune effects. These risks are especially high during prenatal and early postnatal development.
Making your own cleaners allows you to have control over the ingredients. It can also save you money. Buying the ingredients may cost a bit in the beginning but once you have the supplies on hand you can make these cleaners for less than you are spending now, in most cases. If you plan to make them often check out bulk ingredients on Amazon to save a little money.
There are many great homemade cleaners out there to try. Pinterest has endless options. These are just a few that use really good ingredients and are great products.
Homemade Natural Cleaners
Daily Shower Spray from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Dish Detergent for Hand Washing from Bren Did
Dusting Spray from Frugally Blonde
Stainless Steel Cleaner from The Crunchy Chronicles
Grapefruit Soft Scrub from Mommypotamus
Toilet Cleaner Tabs from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Liquid Laundry Detergent from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Dishwasher Detergent from Bren Did
Bleach Alternative from One Good Thing by Jillee
Granite Cleaner from Root and Revel
Natural Disinfectant Spray from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Toilet Bowl Cleaner from Mom 4 Real
Citrus Refrigerator Deodorizer from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Lemon Infused Disinfectant Spray Cleaner from Bren Did
Dryer Sheets from View From The Fridge
Floor Cleaner from Hello Glow
Laundry Stain Remover from Bren Did
Lemon Soft Scrub from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Citrus Fresh Air Freshener from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Scented Cleaning Vinegar from Bren Did
Bathroom Cleaner from Remodelaholic
Glass Cleaner from Pins and Procrastination
Trash Can Deodorizer Tabs from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Lemon and Lavender All-Purpose Cleaner from Mommypotamus
If you are just getting started or like a more simple approach you can clean most things with castile soap, baking soda, or vinegar. Keeping these ingredients on hand is a great start. They are also featured in many of the recipes above.
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Looking for more green cleaning tips? Check out Cleaning with Essential Oils.