scrubDIY Homemade Cleaners: All-Purpose Scrub

Making your own cleaners can be fun and economical.  This series is all about must-have ingredients, recipes {free printable}labels {free printable}, and how to make homemade cleaners.  Today is the last recipe in my DIY Homemade Cleaners Series – I hope you’ve snagged a couple new ideas for a little do-it-yourself cleaning fun.

The All-Purpose Scrub is easy – just grab your carpet freshener (it’s just baking soda and essential oils) sprinkle it where you need a little extra cleaning power – sinks, pots and pans, stove top….

 Add a little bit of your favorite dishsoap and a little water.

Scrub-a-dub

So easy  – just sprinkle, add soap, scrub, rinse clean!

What’s your favorite DIY cleaner recipe?  I’ll be back tomorrow with a little round-up post of the series.

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Comments

  1. Love the idea if putting it in a Mason jar with a sprinkle lid! What did you use as your lid topper (the part with holes)?

  2. Melissa says:

    Someone told me a parmasean cheese topper fits on a mason jar…..

  3. Jennifer says:

    I’ve seen the Parmesan cheese tops on mason jars. Also, I use a lot of cinnamon baking and in breakfast things. I buy extra large containers and use them afterward for sprinkling baking Ida. I keep one by litter box, diaper changing table, under sinks, etc….

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