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Homemade Cleaner Recipe Round-up

If you have been looking for ways to save money and be more eco-friendly as you clean your home,

look no further.

Here we have put together an amazing round-up of homemade recipes that will not only make your home beautifully clean (because they work so well), but they will also save you money.

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These recipes are easy to make using minimal amounts of ingredients, and they will take you a step closer to having a healthier home. Take a look at this awesome list. It is broken up into categories to make recipes easier to find.

Each category will have one featured post and then more recipes below. We hope you enjoy making these.

Also, include your children whenever possible. If they take ownership over helping make (and use!) these cleaners, they may become more aware of what it takes to clean the house and hopefully will help keep it cleaner.


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Featured Blog: Kitchen Counter Chronicle 

Family Eco-Challenge Non-Toxic Cleaning

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Not only did I enjoy reading her post, but I also liked that it was very thorough and informative, and it provided several homemade cleaner recipes in the same post. I liked that she even included how to disinfect your home after your family has an illness (to make sure no germs linger and make a comeback). Congratulations! Great post!

Read on to see a whole lot more of some amazing posts!

all-purposeFeatured Blog: Wildflower Ramblings

Easy to Make and Child-Safe Multi-Purpose Cleaner

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~ The Natural Homeschool shares All-Purpose Cleaner and Disinfectants Recipes

~ Local Fun for Kids shares Easy Homemade Green Cleaner

~ Snotty Noses shares Vinegar and Orange Peel Cleaner

~ Simple Nourishing Home shares All-Purpose Cleaner

~ Mum in the Mad House shares Autumn Cleaning Naturally

~ A Thrifty Mum shares Citrus Infused Vinegar for Cleaning

~ A Thrifty Mum shares Uses for White Vinegar

 

kitchenFeatured Blog: Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

How to Clean your Oven Racks the Pixie Dust Way

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~ A Thrifty Mum shares How to Clean a Dirty Oven

 

bathroomFeatured Blog: The Natural Homeschool

Homemade Natural Bathroom Cleaner Recipe

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~ Enchanted Homeschooling Mom shares DIY Natural Daily Shower Spray

 

laundryFeatured Blog: Happy Hooligans

Homemade Laundry Detergent

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~ The Natural Homeschool shares DIY Wool Dryer Balls (to use instead of dryer sheets)

~ The Natural Homeschool shares Liquid and Powder Laundry Detergent Recipes

~ A Thrifty Mum shares How to Clean Your Washing Machine 

~ A Moment in Our World shares Making Washing Powder

~ Simple Nourishing Home shares Homemade Laundry Soap

~ Creekside Learning shares Solving the Stinky Laundry Problem

~ Suzy Homeschooler shares Grating Soap, a Montessori Inspired Activity -AND- a Recipe for Homemade Laundry Detergent

 

airfreshenersFeatured Blog: Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

DIY Rosemary Room Deodorizer

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~ The Natural Homeschool shares Spray and Powder Air Freshener Recipes

 

carpetFeatured Blog: I Heart Arts n Crafts

Natural Homemade Carpet & Mattress Cleaner

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We hope you find this to be a complete list of incredible options that will help you save money!

Please leave us a comment letting us know which recipe(s) you’ve tried or sharing a recipe or cleaning tip of your own! 

let us know how you like them.

About the author

Tanya

Tanya is a homeschooling mom to two children, a son and a daughter. She focuses on following their particular learning interests at their level and in building a strong Christian foundation in their hearts. To cater to their high giftedness, she uses an eclectic teaching approach, which complement each other and maximize the fun in learning. Tanya has a degree in elementary education, a minor in French and a Master's degree in school administration. She is happily married to her best friend and enjoys sharing her life and experiences in her blog to provide inspiration and bring new ideas.

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