Household Cleaners

For a long time I’ve been wanting to find good strong cleaner to help get rid of those tough things to get clean.  I mean who doesn’t have little kids that turn your house upside down right after you just finished picking up. I struggled feeling comfortable using store bought cleaners and using it on surfaces that my kids would get into and also worrying about my kids getting into the cleaners themselves. Most of the cleaners you get from the store even after you use them on a surface it recommends rinsing the surface really well because it can get you sick. So after I went to a Relief Society meeting about household cleaners I made my own and and not only did it clean better than any other cleaners I’ve used but also it was made with all natural things that wouldn’t hurt my kids of they got into it. SCORE!! So i want to share them with you

You will need to get tall spray bottles from the Dollar store

I also just use an old towel that I cut up to do most of my cleaning

If you have a hard time with Vinegar smell or just want a yummy smelling thing to clean will you can add any citrus rind in a jar and cover with vinegar and let it sit for 1 week. This will make all of the vinegar smell amazing.


Toilet Bowl Cleaner

1/8 c Borax
1/8 c Baking Soda
1/2 c Vinegar
Mix borax and soda together and put into toilet bowl. Splash the vinegar inside and let sit for 10 min then scrub and rinse. (I put equal parts Borax and soda in a old container to just scoop out and use).


Dusting Spray

2  tsp olive oil

1 tsp lemon juice

1/4 c vinegar

400 ml water

Stir/shake to mix well. Use squirt bottle for optimal usage


All purpose cleaner

2 tsp baking soda

1/2 dawn dish soap

4 tbsp vinegar

400 ml water

Stir/shake to mix well. Use squirt bottle for optimal usage


Granite Cleaner

1/2 c rubbing alcohol

8 drops of dawn dish soap

2 c warm water

combine in a squirt bottle


glass cleaner

1/4 c rubbing alcohol

1/4 c vinegar

1 Tbsp cornstarch

2 c warm water

Stir/shake to mix well. Use squirt bottle for optimal usage


Liquid laundry soap

1/3 c ivory soap, grated

1/2 c washing soda-sodium carbonate (NOT baking soda)

1/2 c borax

1 oz lavender essential oil (or your favorite one)

5 gallon bucket with lid

using a cheese grater (the large hole side), grate your soap

in a pot add 6 cups of water and grated soap and heat to a boil, continue until soap is melted

add washing soda and borax, continue to stir until dissolved well and remove from eat and pour into your bucket.

add 4 cups of HOT water into the bucket and stir until everything is mixed

add 1 gallon plus 6 cups cold water and stir

stir in essential oil well, cover bucket and let sit for 24 hrs

in 24hrs remove cover and your soap should be a thing gel use 1/2 c per load to wash


Wood floor cleaner

2 Tbsp oil

2 Tbsp lemon juice

2 Tbsp alcohol

4 oz Water

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