How To Make Cheap Cleaning Products That Are Not Toxic

You can make a cheap cleaning product for anything by just looking around your house.  There are antibacterial properties in so many household staples like hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, and alcohol.  Really, there is never any reason to spend extra money on store-bought cleaners.

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There is just no reason to purchase something that has been known to cause so many health risks including cancer when you can get the job done and maybe even better with a couple of things that you probably already have in your cupboard.

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I gave the oil and vinegar combination a shot.  I mixed a couple of tablespoons of white vinegar and a tablespoon of olive oil.  I grabbed my Norwex and… Oh.  My.  Gosh. You guys…  it looked GORGEOUS!

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So I took that same Norwex cloth and wiped down all the tables and shelves.  I then went back over with a dry one just to get any excess off.   They look beautiful.

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Did you know olive oil works brilliantly on stainless steel appliances as well?  I had a heck of a time trying to get my stainless refrigerator streakless. It was making me crazy, honestly.

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At this point, my thoughts went right into the toilet, literally.   I really like Method liquid toilet bowl cleaner mostly because it smells like peppermint. But so many of those natural cleaners are just so pricey.  So again, I thought about what I wanted in a toilet cleaner.  It needed to be semi-thick with clinging properties.

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So there ya have it!  A couple of chemical experiments to make some cheap cleaning products that only take a couple of minutes to throw together!  Let me know if you try them and how they work!


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