DIY Home Cleaning Alternatives

DIY Home Cleaning Alternatives

DIY Home Cleaning Alternatives

Substituting your more expensive, commercial cleaning supplies for cheaper alternatives doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality. In fact,  for DIY home cleaning alternatives, there are many high-quality options available that won’t break the bank. Here are some of our top picks.

All-purpose cleaner

Vinegar is an incredibly useful cleaning tool that can be used to clean a wide variety of surfaces, with a combination of few other solvent you have one of a wide range of  DIY home cleaning alternatives. In fact, it’s the key ingredient you need to make your own all-purpose cleaner at home. Simply combine one cup of distilled water, one cup of white vinegar, and 15 drops of your favourite essential oil in a spray bottle, and you’re good to go. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, you can make a solution of two cups of distilled water, two tablespoons of liquid Castile soap, and your essential oil. Either way, you’ll have a powerful cleaning solution that’s sure to leave your home sparkling clean. You can mix soap and baking soda together to create an effective oven cleaner. Simply mix them in equal amounts until they form a paste, then use a sponge to apply it to the inside of your oven. Wait half an hour, then wipe it away with a wet cloth. Afterwards, spray everything down with vinegar and wipe it dry.

Laundry Detergent

Vinegar can also help you get your laundry clean, but it’s hardly your only option for homemade detergent. Per the Spruce, you can combine two cups of borax, two cups of washing soda, and one cup of soap flakes for a more cost-effective alternative to the liquid stuff. If you’re worried about how you’ll get your clothes to smell nice in the absence of your favourite chemical cleaner, there are alternatives for that, too.


Floor Cleaner

recommending the use of bulk-bought socks to replace the expensive pads for floor cleaning is a good choice. But why stop there? Just because you own a fancy branded product doesn’t mean you have to keep paying whatever price that company demands to keep it working – so make your own solution, too, by  refilling an empty solvent bottle with equal parts water and distilled vinegar, and then adding a few drops of dish soap. Shake it all up to mix it and pop the bottle right back into your machine. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to keep your home clean properly – just make your own solution at home with water, vinegar, and dish soap. You can still have hydrochlorite solvent in moderate quantity in your homes to add to cleaning activities and also, to fight unpleasant odour around.

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