Make Your Own Household Cleaner And Save Money

If you are the type of person who appreciates a clean home, you know how expensive household cleaners can be. Thankfully, there are ways that you can get around spending so much money if you are willing to make your own household cleaners.

If this sounds like something you are interested in learning more about, here are some tips to get you started:


Baking soda and Dawn dish detergent are an excellent combination for cleaning your bathtub and your bathroom sink. Combine the two of them together when you are ready to start cleaning. You are soon going to wonder why you have been wasting so much money on expensive bathroom cleaners.


Rather than spending three or four dollars on a bottle of window cleaner, consider pouring some vinegar and water in a spray bottle. This is a great way to clean your windows and your mirrors. It is going to wipe away any grime that you may have on your mirrors. If you are only dealing with toothpaste on your bathroom mirror, you can use a wet washcloth and a clean dry towel to clean your mirror. You are going to find out right away why this is such a popular way to clean mirrors.


Now, it’s time to think about your floors. Vinegar and hot water are an excellent way to clean and sanitize your flooring. This is going to work on every type of flooring including wood floors.

Don’t think for one moment that just because you cannot afford to buy the latest cleaning product that you can’t have a sparkling clean home. Consider investing in some essential oils to put in your homemade cleaner. This is going to make your entire home smell amazing.

You are going to want to invest in some spray bottles. This is something that you can buy from your local dollar store. Always make sure that your spray bottles are properly labeled. This way, you will always have plenty of cleaning solution on hand. If you have more than one bathroom in your home, place a spray bottle in each bathroom. This will help ensure that you always have a quality cleaning product on hand.