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DIY Green Cleaner #1
ALL PURPOSE CLEANER: One Quart of warm water + 4 Tbsps Baking Soda + 1 Tsp white vinegar
DIY Green Cleaner # 2
CARPET STAIN REMOVER: Baking Soda + water OR Club Soda
DIY Green Cleaner #3
WINDOW CLEANER: 3 Cups water + 1/4 cup White vinegar + 1 1/2 Tbsps Lemon Juice
DIY Green Cleaner #4
WOOD POLISH: Refrigerate two parts Vegetable Oil or Olive Oil + 1 part Lemon Juice
DIY Green Cleaner #5
DRAIN CLEANER: Combine 1/2 Cup Baking Soda + 1/2 Cup White Vinegar. Pour Mixture down the drain to dissolve blockages casued by food particles, soap and grease.
DIY Green Cleaner #6
STAINLESS STEAL POLISHER: Use Baking Soda and a soft sided sponge. Toothpaste works also. Hey maybe you have found a new use for your Fluoridated toothpaste ;)
DIY Green Cleaner #7
HEAVY DUTY CLEANER (for large jobs): Add 1 Tsp Baking Soda + 2 Tsps of Liquid Soap to 1 Gallon of hot water. If it's particularly stubborn, add 1 to 2 Tbsps of Borax
DIY Green Cleaner #8
DISINFETANT SPRAY (also works on mildew): Combine 2 cups water. 1/4 cup tea tree oil, 1/4 cup lavender oil. Use as a spray & let dry.
Do you have a green cleaning recipe that works amazing and you simply can't do without? Drop it in the comments below, I'd love to try it out!
blogger + wife + mama of 4 + unplanned pregnancy support worker + keto-fied wellness enthusiast. All of that stripped away, Donna simply considers herself a beloved daughter of God whose purpose is to shine His light through the cracks of her brokenness. Sunshine, coffee, dark chocolate and good conversation are her idea of a great time. Donna enjoys writing as a way of processing life and seeks to encourage frazzled moms, like herself, to take care of their mental, physical and spiritual wellness and see beauty in their brokenness.