A clean home is a happy home! Who else agrees with me?! Cleaning will all natural solutions is even better! Check out this solution for an all natural disinfecting cleaning spray that you can make at home in a matter of minutes! It’s a DIY replacement for the disinfectants that you’re buying in the store today – and at a fraction of the cost.
What’s included in this recipe?? A combination of alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, water, and essential oils to tone town the scent. Keep reading to see how to make this cleaning spray yourself!
Making your own cleaners at home will save you time and money – like with this disinfecting cleaning spray.
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I love making my own cleaning sprays at home to save money and save time. Usually these include household ingredients that you already have on hand.
Why Hydrogen Peroxide and Alcohol?
Alcohol and hydrogen peroxide on their own both have disinfecting properties. Combining them together covers a broader spectrum of germs to kill and is better than lysol!
What Can You Use This Disinfectant For?
This spray is safe to use on almost any surface in your home. I have been using it in my kitchen and bathrooms to do my deep cleaning to disinfect and sanitize all surfaces.
Some common areas to use this disinfecting spray:
- Kitchen Counters
- Door Knobs
- Bathroom Sinks
- Light Switches
- Furniture like couches, coffee tables
- Kitchen Chairs
How To Make This Cleaning Spray
Fill an empty spray bottle 3/4 of the way with alcohol (at least 70% per the CDC cleaning guidelines)
Add 1 teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide
For a fresh scent, add about 20 drops of essential oils. I recommend lavender, eucalyptus, and lemon!
Fill the remainder of the spray bottle with distilled water.
Spray on surfaces around your home for a quick disinfecting cleaning spray solution at home!
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More DIY Home Cleaning Ideas:
DIY All Natural Febreeze
DIY All Purpose Cleaner
DIY Hand Sanitizer
All Natural Disinfecting Spray
Monday 20th of July 2020
Making a diy spray for the home is the way to go I think. I've been using vinegar to clean for a while now and even though it's not perfect, it's easy and affordable. I will try your recipe to see if it cleans a little better than vinegar!