There are a few different ways you can make a simple homemade all-purpose cleaning spray. The biggest difference between them is what you choose as your primary cleaning ingredient. There are all sorts of All-purpose cleaner recipes out there that use everything from Borax to castle soap. However I find that more often than not a simple vinegar and water solution is more than up to the task! It seems like there are almost endless uses for vinegar around the home. Here’s how to use vinegar to make a handy dandy diy all-purpose cleaner! This all-purpose cleaner works great for tackling all sorts of jobs from kitchen cleaning, to bathrooms, and pet messes.
I have a particularly large need for a good homemade pet cleaning spray as we have two sickly long haired cats. Both of our cats suffer from what multiple vets say is a virus that will never go away. The result of this is that both cat sneeze mucousy globs all over our house. Combine that with their love of licking and creating the largest hairballs they can possibly make, our need for a good homemade pet stain and odor spray is great and constant.
I got tired of buying expensive natural cleaning spray from the fancy pet store so I decided to make up a bottle of my own homemade pet cleanup spray to see if I could find a replacement that worked just as well without the cost.
If you’re making your our homemade laundry detergent then you’ll definitely want to find a good diy homemade fabric softener recipe to go with it. I really like homemade fabric softeners. They don’t make your clothes feel the same as store bought fabric softener do when they come out of the dryer. I think that’s a good thing.
Homemade fabric softeners won’t leave your clothes smelling like artificial scents or leave behind that strange chemical softness that dryer sheets do. What homemade fabric softeners will do is make your clothes feel softer than they would if you dried them without some sort of softener and that’s enough for me!
Here are a few simple ways for how to make homemade fabric softeners that work great and get your clothes cuddly and smelling awesome in no time!
I’ll admit it, I’ve got some nose pores that tend to be a little more dirty than I’d like. It isn’t a huge deal, but it just seems like I can’t ever really get them scrubbed clean. Store bought face wash only works ok. Over the years I’ve tried a ton of different products with more or less the same result of not as clean as I’d like. So, when I came across a simple homemade pore cleansing solution that was just powdered clay and apple cider vinegar I decided I should give it a shot.
As a guy I haven’t ever been overly eager for a “facial” before, not anti mind you, I never went out of my way to get one though. For some reason, lately my silly nose pores have seemed a little more uncooperative than usual, so I decided to give this homemade pore cleansing clay mask a shot.
I don’t know about you, but every time I bust out the glass cleaner and start spraying it around I cringe away from it’s falsely blue mist and I cover my mouth and nose with my shirt. I finally got tired of acting so ridiculous every time I have some glass to clean, so I decided to make my own homemade diy glass cleaner that is chemical free, doesn’t make me cringe away from it in fear, and most of all works.
I’m neither for nor against using alcohol in glass cleaner at this point. Personally I think it will probably help to reduce streaking because it evaporates more quickly than water. For the sake of including all options here is a simple to make glass cleaner.
Also, I don’t want to go to a liquor store (grocery stores don’t sell hard alcohol in Oregon) just to buy vodka for some homemade glass cleaner, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels that way. Plus, I like the simpler solutions, so here it is.
This glass cleaner is great for everything you’d use a store-bought glass cleaner for: windows in your home, mirrors, or even some metal like faucets. The good news is that it does all that while being completely animal and kid friendly. Now, here’s how to make glass cleaner!