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DIY Homemade Cleaning Products That Work

According to our cleaning expert, there are several DIY cleaning products that you can make at home, that actually work. Some pantry staples (like baking soda and vinegar) may be used as great all-purpose cleansers at home and cost next to nothing. So, the next time you’re faced with a major mess, and you’re out of your favorite cleaning product, instead of running to the market, consider making one of these DIY homemade cleaners that work well without all the chemicals.

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These natural products will keep your pocketbook and body happy, while kicking filth to the curb.

All-Purpose Scented Cleaner

You’ll need the following items:
  • 1 part white vinegar, 1 part water
  • 1 part water, 1 part
  • rind of lemon
  • sprigs of rosemary
Combine all of the contents in a spray bottle, shake well, and set aside for a week before using. Homemade all-purpose all-natural cleaner to remove hard water stains, clean garbage cans, wipe away wall smudges, and so much more once it’s finished. The lemon rind may aid enhance cleaning power in addition to providing a fresh smell. Be careful that you don’t use acidic cleaners on granite, because they will etch the surface.

Glass Cleaner (DIY)

You’ll need the following items:
  • 2 c. liquid
  • 1/2 cup apple cider or white vinegar
  • a quarter cup of rubbing alcohol a concentration of 70%
  • 1–2 teaspoons orange essential oil for fragrance (optional)
Combine these items in a spray bottle to make a DIY cleaner with vinegar the next time you need to clean your windows and mirrors. On a hot, sunny day, avoid cleaning windows since the solution may dry too quickly and produce streaks. Before wiping down mirrors, spray the solution on a paper towel or soft cloth first.

Brass Cleaner (Homemade)

You’ll need the following items:
  • Lemon juice or white vinegar
  • salt from the table
To clean non-lacquered cabinet pulls, bathroom fixtures, and other non-lacquered items, soak a sponge with vinegar or lemon juice, then sprinkle salt on top. Rub the surface lightly after rinsing thoroughly with water, dry with a clean, soft cloth right away.

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