Quick Tip Tuesday: How to Make Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner. Want to remove harsh chemicals from your home? Cleaning products are one of the best places to start so today I am sharing how to clean your home without chemicals, without spending a ton of money!
How to Make Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner without any chemicals and only three ingredients!
In the new year, I really want to expand my blog to more home-based posts. When originally started this blog, I had no intentions of it becoming a food blog, and here we are, almost four years later, primarily food! While I absolutely love sharing recipes with you, I want to welcome you into our home more often and share my homemaking tips and tricks. I decided to start a weekly series that will share some of my favorite tips! We are starting off the first Quick Tip Tuesday with one of my favorite products, a homemade all-purpose cleaner!
Knowing how to clean your home without chemicals is a great way to reduce the your family’s exposure to harsh chemicals and toxins. I recently had the pleasure of working with a leading environmental breast cancer group and they reiterated that reducing chemical exposure is one of the best ways to prevent breast cancer. Our bodies are exposed to so many chemicals on a daily basis, and by making small and easy changes, you can easily reduce this exposure!
Want to reduce your skin’s exposure to toxins and chemicals? Adapting a chemical-free beauty routine is super important. Find my favorite all-natural beauty products in this post!
You know what I love most about cleaning with chemical free products? They are cheap and inexpensive and multi-purpose! I use the same two cleaners for almost everything and that helps cut down on clutter under my sinks. Today I am sharing an all-purpose cleaner that I use daily.
Here are some great products to get you started with homemade cleaners!
Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner
- 4 cups water
- 1/4 cup pure castile soap I prefer Dr. Bronner's
- 6 drops lemon essential oil
Mix all ingredients together in a spray bottle. Will keep indefinitely.
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