Make-A-Deal Maids House Cleaning Service 5 DIY Cleaners Save Money

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5 DIY Cleaners That Will Save You Money

We all enjoy the convenience of store bought cleaning products, however this comes with a price tag and potential health risks. We’re going to show you how to make your own 5 DIY cleaning recipes that you can easily make today to replace those brand name cleaning products you may have around your house.

Odor Eliminator/Air Freshener
Whether you have a smelly pet, burned food in the kitchen, or have some random odors you want to get rid of, there’s always a use for an air freshener spray. You can add pleasant smells to your rooms or deodorize your curtains or upholstery to make your area smell better. There’s definitely products out there that you can purchase at your local store, or you can make your own room refreshing spray.
• Add 1 cup of water
• 1 cup of cheap plain vodka
• 20 drops of your favorite essential oil
Pour this into a spray bottle and give it all a shake. Spray accordingly to any areas you need freshening up.
Tub and Tile Cleaner
Soap scum is a white or gray layer of accumulation that results from the reaction of soap with salts and minerals (calcium and magnesium) left when hard water evaporates. It can be found in most bathrooms in showers, tubs, faucets and other places. Where ever you may find it, you don’t want it. Here’s your recipe:
• Add ½ cup of baking soda
• ½ cup of dish soap
Mix this into a small bowl with a citrus based essential oil and apply this with a sponge to the soap scummy surface. Give your surface a nice scrub and a thorough rinse. You should see immediate results after rinsing.
Glass Cleaner
The difference between the store-bought products and our DIY glass cleaner is our recipe does not contain ammonia. Ammonia is a strong irritant to skin, eyes, throat and lungs, damaging the mucus membrane and airways. Asthma sufferers may be more sensitive to breathing ammonia than others.
• 1 cup of water
• 1 cup of vinegar
• Blue food coloring (optional)
Give it a shake, adjusting the measurements depending on the size of your spray bottle.
Toilet Cleaner
This cleaner works more effectively when adding it to a plastic condiment squeeze bottle or something of the sort with a similar nozzle for easy applying.
• 1 cup of water
• ½ cup baking soda
• ½ cup of dish soap
• ¼ of hydrogen peroxide
• Favorite essential oil (optional)
Again, give this mix a good shake before using.
Foaming Hand Soap
If you like to wash your hands with foaming hand soap, you know it gets expensive overtime to continuously purchase this when it runsdiscount house cleaning out. You also need to have the right pump to create the foam. Rather going out and having to buy this soap repeatedly, invest in pumps to keep and create your own soap.
• Add a cup of water to your pump
• 1 tsp of castile soap
• 10-20 drops of your favorite essential oils
Get creative, shake this up and you now have cost effective foaming hand soap.
These easy, practical, guilt-free DIY cleaners will keep your home clean without having to shed too much cash and will also help you avoid strong chemicals.




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