5 Easy Homemade Household Cleaners!
When you are working toward staying on budget and saving money you quickly realize that basic household supplies play a huge part in where your money goes.
Here are 5 Easy Homemade Household Cleaners including the classic homemade powdered laundry detergent, an all purpose cleaner, fabric softener and even a stove top cleaner for counters, stoves and more.
HOMEMADE POWDER LAUNDRY DETERGENT:
- 2 Cups Washing Soda
- 2 Cups Borax
- 1 Bar Ivory Soap
- 1 Bar Fels Naptha Soap
HOMEMADE ALL PURPOSE ABRASIVE CLEANER:
- 1 part water
- 2 parts Baking Soda
HOMEMADE FABRIC REFRESHER
- 1/8 Cup Fabric Softener in a scent you prefer
- 2 Tablespoons Baking Soda
Mix fabric softener and baking soda together in 32 oz bottle and fill with water. Gently shake to mix well. Spritz on fabric needing refreshing. *Will likely need to shake before each use to make sure contents have not settled.
HOMEMADE ALL PURPOSE SPRAY CLEANSER
- Distilled White Vinegar
- Dawn Dish Soap
HOMEMADE FABRIC SOFTENER
- 1/2 Bottle Hair Conditioner (we use the free or cheapest kind in a fun “clean” scent)
- 2/3 cups White Vinegar
- 4 Cups Hot Water
Heat water. Mix in conditioner whisking until well blended and no lumps remaining. Add vinegar and mix well. Pour into air tight container/jar. Use 1/4 cup per load of laundry. Can use in laundry “ball” if desired.
As you can see these are all simple and inexpensive items to make. Not only do you cut back on the cost of your household supplies, but you are also able to make use of coupon deals and stockpile items like vinegar, dish soap and hair conditioner.
These products are also great for those who have allergies or are concerned about what chemicals their kids and family are exposed to when cleaning.
Make one or all of these 5 Easy Homemade Household Cleaners this week to help your dollar stretch farther this year.
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Aleta Motes says
I love your posts on Facebook and your web site. I’m looking for the recipe you post on Facebook for furniture cleaning your daughter use to rehab cloth furniture. If you would repost or send that to me I would be very grateful. Thanks
Thanks for the kind words! Here’s the link to that post: