I have allergies and a sensitivity to things with a strong smell — especially household cleaners. Some of them have such strong chemicals in them that I get headaches! When I clean, I like to do it with items that are as natural as possible. If you are in the same boat, I think you’ll appreciate these ten household cleaner recipes. Not only they are kind to those with sensitivities, but they are also kind to the wallet. You can save a lot of money by DIY’ing cleaners. Click through the slideshow below to see the cleaners and get the recipes!
Lemon Dust Cloths 1 of 9Turn regular cloths into furniture dusters using natural ingredients like lemons.
Find out how at Growing Home
Grout Cleaner 2 of 9Turn your dirty bathroom grout white again with this simple recipe that uses bleach and baking soda.
Get the recipe at Accessorize and Organize
Oxy Clean 3 of 9If you love fresh smelling laundry as much as I do, this Oxy Clean recipe is right up your alley.
Get the recipe at Creatively Domestic
Cleaning Wipes 4 of 9Make homemade cleaning wipes to disinfect all of the surfaces you touch on a daily basis.
Learn how to make them at Little House Living
Drain Cleaner 5 of 9Instead of using harsh chemicals on clogged drains, use simple household materials - baking soda and vinegar.
Find out how at Food.com
Dish Soap 6 of 9I don't wash dishes very often, so it's nice to be able to make it in smaller amounts. This recipe uses inexpensive materials and a special ingredient - tea tree oil.
Learn how it was made at Frugally Sustainable
Stove Top 7 of 9Keep your stovetop clean without scratching - using baking soda.
See how it was done at So Not Betty
Toilet Cleaner 8 of 9Keep your bowl sparkling clean with this easy recipe - and also learn the method for cleaning a toilet like a pro.
Find out how at One Good Thing
Glass Cleaner 9 of 9Make your mirrors and windows shine like diamonds with this four part recipes.
Get the recipe at Crunchy Betty