I love to save money, and one way I do that is by making my own household cleaners.
It’s more affordable and I don’t have to worry about harsh chemicals. I know exactly what I’m spraying around my home.
My recipe for this particular homemade disinfectant costs less than $1.
This cleaner is great on hands, toys, toilets, kitchen counters, sinks, and just about anything that needs to be cleaned in your home. It's also great on doorknobs and sink handles, especially if the flu makes its way into your home.
- an empty spray bottle
- tea tree oil
- distilled water
- Castile soap.
HOW TO MAKE:
- Pour 2 cups of distilled water into your spray bottle
- Add 3 tablespoons of Castile soap
- Add 20 drops of Tea Tree Oil or whatever oil you prefer (I purchase all of my essential oils from Bulkapothecary.com. They have great prices and you can save by buying in bulk)
HOW DOES IT ALL ADD UP?
So, a store brand antibacterial all-purpose spray cleaner costs about $2.99. Sometimes more depending on where you buy it.
My homemade cleaner cost me less than a dollar, smells great and does a great job at keeping my home clean.
Try this recipe out and let me know what you think on my Facebook page.