5 household cleaning products you can make yourself

homemade cleaning products

 

homemade cleaning products

 

Making your own household products is inexpensive, and quick and simple to do. You get results with natural ingredients, plus it saves a lot of money too. What’s not to love?

 

big pile of laundry with pathHow to make your own laundry detergent 

Three ingredients is all it takes to make almost 5 litres of your very own laundry detergent. At only 50 pence per unit the total cost comes to only £1.50 – a huge saving on store bought washing powder!

Click here to find out how to make your own laundry detergent.

 

 

young housewife cleaningHow to make your own glass cleaning spray

Forget store bought glass cleaner. You can make your own with just two ingredients at a fraction of the cost. A 50 pence bottle of distilled vinegar makes almost four batches of this glass cleaning mixture, resulting in each batch costing little over 12 pence a bottle. That’s a big saving on the shop version and it works just as well!

Click here to make your own homemade glass cleaning spray.

 

 

BeeswaxHow to make your own furniture polish  

Choose from olive oil and lemon juice or beeswax and olive oil instead. Whichever you choose, the results will be fantastic!

 

 

homemade FebrezeHow to make your own homemade Febreze

It smells nice but costs a lot. Why not make your own?

Click here to find out how to make your own Febreze.

 

 

 

Female hands washing single small knife in kitchen sinkMake your own homemade stainless steel cleaner

The smell of some commercial cleaners can really get stuck in the back of your throat.

The solution? Make your own!

Click here to find out how to make your own stainless steel cleaner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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