Forget Toxic Conventional Products: Make Your OWN Multipurpose Cleaner For Anytime, Anywhere
Written by: Kat Gal
My life literally changed for the better when I stopped using conventional cleaning products four years ago.
Conventional cleaning products are FULL of harmful chemicals and some of them can actually be more dangerous to your health than the germs that you are trying to clean up.
Organic and natural products are naturally better without the harmful chemicals, however, let’s face it, they can be rather expensive.
But GOOD NEWS! You don’t have to settle for the harmful conventional products because of the price and you don’t have to suck up the price of the natural products because that is supposedly the only way.
You can easily make your own cleaning products. It is simple, affordable and also effective. You won’t have to wonder anymore: “Is it really natural like it says on the bottle?” You will know exactly what is in it since you made it yourself.
Here Are 3 Easy Ways To Make Your Own Multi-purpose Cleaner:
Directions: Fill up your spray bottle with water nearly to the top. Add the castile soap and the tea tree oil. Shake well.
- 16 oz spray bottle
- 12 oz water
- 4 oz distilled white vinegar
- 20 drops of essential oil of your choice, eg. lemon, oregano, lavender, tea tree etc.
Directions: Fill up up your spray bottle with water nearly to the top. Add the vinegar and essential oil. Shake well.
- 16 oz spray bottle
- 30 – 40 drops of grapefruit seed extract
Directions: Fill up up your spray bottle with water nearly to the top. Add the grapeseed extract. Shake well.
Do you make your own homemade cleaning products? Share your recipes and tips below, we would love to hear from you!
Kat Gál is a holistic health writer who helps health, wellness, and nutrition businesses to market their products and services through quality online content. She is also a freelance writing mentor teaching wanna-be-freelancers how to make a living writing at freelancewriterschool.com. Reach out if you are looking for amazing blog content at email@example.com or katgalwriter.com. Visit freelancewriterschool.com for freelance writing tips. Follow me on Instagram @freelancewriterschool and on Facebook at facebook.com/katgalwriter.
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