Do You Like To Save $$$$ On The Things You Use The Most?

Save money on the things you use all the time--like cleaning supplies!!

Below are some recipes for homemade cleaning supplies.  I searched to find the simplest ones because we don't always have the essential oils and other less frequently used supplies on hand to make these cleaning solutions.  I searched for recipes that use ingredients we are familiar with and most likely have in our homes already.

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All you need is Baking Soda, Citric Acid, Dish Soap, a Silicone Ice Cube Tray, and an airtight container to make dishwasher tablets or a toilet bomb (sounds interesting!!) -

 Thank you to Jessica from  Mom 4 Real  for this recipe and how-to video!!  She also says this makes a great  toilet bomb.

Thank you to Jessica from Mom 4 Real for this recipe and how-to video!!  She also says this makes a great toilet bomb.

Free printable cleaning labels -

 Jessica at Mom 4 Real also made some free printable cleaning labels.  Go  here  for her blog that has more homemade cleaning recipes and the labels and  here  for the pdf of the printable labels.  THANK YOU Jessica!!

Jessica at Mom 4 Real also made some free printable cleaning labels.  Go here for her blog that has more homemade cleaning recipes and the labels and here for the pdf of the printable labels.  THANK YOU Jessica!!

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Olive Oil and Paper Towels gets it done when your stainless steel needs cleaning -

 Click on the following link for directions and thank you to Sara from  bitzngiggles

Click on the following link for directions and thank you to Sara from bitzngiggles

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Get out your Hydrogen Peroxide, Rubbing Alcohol, Dish Soap, and Dishwasher Rinse Aid to keep your showers clean -

 T  Click on the following link and thank you to Jillee from  One Good Thing

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Click on the following link and thank you to Jillee from One Good Thing

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WOW!!  Coconut Oil and Baking Soda cleans the grime off your cabinets -

 Instructions from Jillee are at  One Good Thing

Instructions from Jillee are at One Good Thing

I hope these are a help to you!!

It is nice to know there are no harmful chemicals in our cleaning supplies!!

It is nice to know you are not spending a lot of $$$$ on cleaning supplies that often go down the drain!!  HA!!

The goal of this post is to help prevent this. . .

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Have a money-saving week and thanks for visiting our blog!!