Getting all your cleaning supplies organized is a fabulous idea as a great way to keep sane during your usual cleaning routine. You can pick up some great items very inexpensively at the Dollar Store to set up a nicely organized cleaning kit.
The Jordan’s Easy Entertainment blog shares how you can get your supplies organized, some awesome cleaning recipes, and even some printable labels here: Make Your Own Cleaning Kit With Homemade Cleaners
Below is a list of more homemade cleaner recipes you can use to clean a variety of things in your home.
More Homemade Cleaner Recipes
How To Make a Natural Floor Cleaner
If you have laminate floors and would like to try a more natural way to clean your floors, you can quickly put together your own homemade floor cleaner that will surely be better for your health and the environment.
It also works quite well according to the blogger at NaturesNurtureBlog.com. If you want to see how you can do this, you can see it here: All-Natural Homemade Floor Cleaner
How To Make a Homemade Car Upholstery Cleaner
It’s a must to deep clean the upholstery of your car at least twice a year, otherwise those food and other stains will be there forever. Kalyn over at Creative Savings has shared the recipe for a homemade upholstery cleaner on her blog. It’s really easy to throw together and she can vouch that it really works!
For the instructions on how to make your own car upholstery cleaner, see here: DIY Car Upholstery Cleaner.
How To Easily Remove Stains From Your Car Upholstery
If you have kids, it’s very easy to get stains on your car upholstery. Inspired Housewife has an idea for a stain remover that’s really easy to make. With the solution the blogger came up with, and with a little scrubbing, the stains quickly disappeared.
If you’re interested in knowing how to make the stain remover used, read the tutorial here: Easy Car Upholstery Stain Remover.
DIY Homemade Leather Cleaner Recipe
The Grace and Blessings blog shares how to make a DIY homemade leather cleaner recipe that is safe and natural to use. You won’t believe how easy it is to make and it work nicely! All you need is vinegar, olive oil, and lemon essential oil (optional).
The blogger has removed the link to her blog but essentially the recipe is using only vinegar, olive oil and lemon essential oil if you have any for a nice added scent but not necessary.
Amazing Homemade Cleaner For Soap Scum + More
There is no exact quantity to use of each, but generally you would use more vinegar then soap for most cleaning needs. Soap scum can also be removed with this homemade cleaner.
You can go to the ‘Life, Crafts, & Whatever’ blog where you can get details of using it for soap scum here: Dawn + Vinegar For Soap Scum
How To Make a Concrete Patio Cleaner That Works
Kristi from the I Should be Mopping the Floor blog shares how to make a concrete patio cleaner that really works. We don’t realize how dirty concrete can get until we see a freshly cleaned spot.
To see how you can clean the concrete patio yourself too, click the link here: DIY Concrete Patio Cleaner.
How to Remove the Musty Smell from your Upholstered Furniture
It can be nice to have upholstered furniture in your home, as it’s cozy and comfortable. However, it can have a musty smell after a few years, and it isn’t easy to remove. Finding Home has an unusual suggestion for removing the musty smell. It takes only a few minutes and the blogger swears it works!
To find out what unusual thing you can do to remove the musty smell from your upholstered furniture, go to the link: How to Get Rid of the Old Musty Smell From Vintage Upholstered Furniture.
Easy DIY Homemade Cleaners
When cleaning our homes, we usually rely on commercial products for our cleaners. However, aside from costing much over time, most of them are also full of chemicals that could be harmful to your family. If you want to steer clear of these toxic substances, you have to make your own cleaners.
Macheesmo has shared the tutorials on how to make four homemade cleaners: grease cutter; bath, sink, and tile cleaner; antibacterial spray; and all-purpose cleaner. With just a few ingredients, some bottles, and a few minutes making the mixes, they had enough materials to replace 90% of the cleaners they use in their house. Care to make your own homemade cleaners? Check out the tutorials at the link here: Four Homemade Cleaners.
When it comes to scrubbing your bathtub, it’s a good idea to consider using a good bathtub scrubber. You can see a review of some of the best bathtub scrubbers here.