3 Amazing DIY Cleaning Supplies to Make at Home

The Woodlands - Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Spring Cleaning

Ah, spring cleaning! Some of us love it, some of us hate it – but regardless, it’s something that has to be done. One thing that we can all probably agree on disliking when it comes to cleaning in general is paying for all of those expensive products. You need one kind for the windows, one kind for the floor, another kind for the other floor – it all adds up and can get pretty pricey!

Fortunately, there is a way to escape the cycle – you can make your own cleaning products at home. The best part is, they work just as well, if not better, than the big name products out there. Check out some of these amazing ideas!

Window/Glass Cleaner

no streak glass cleaner

This tutorial will show you how to make your own glass cleaner, as well as how to use it to efficiently clean and save money. However, you can also use this cleaner for cleaning around your home as well! Mirrors, glass coffee tables, and other surfaces will benefit. Learn how to make it here.

Bath Tub Cleaner

bath tub cleaner

Never buy tub cleaner again, thanks to Martha Stewart’s (not so) secret weapon. All you need is some baking soda, liquid soap, and your favorite essential oil, and you’ll have your tub and shower looking brand new and smelling beautiful! Find out how to do it by clicking here.

Floor/Wood Cleaner

wood/floor cleaner

This DIY cleaner was initially intended to be a wood floor cleaner. However, the author figured out that it also worked really well on laminate and tiled floors. Additionally, since it’s safe on wood floors, it’s also safe to use to wipe down wood furniture. It’s easy to make and will leave any surface you use it on looking perfectly clean and polished! Get the directions here.

Use the above DIY cleaning product to help you save money by:

  • Avoiding paying brand-name prices for products.
  • Using items you already have.
  • Making as much or as little as you want.

Happy spring cleaning!

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