Diy Thieves Household Cleaner
Thieves cleaner and foaming hand soap (+video) by amanda evans · november 17, 2015.
Diy thieves household cleaner. How to make diy thieves spray: The recipe below will make one gallon, you can certainly double the recipe (like i did) if your dispenser is larger. I always wash my produce as soon as i get it home.
Dip the mitt into the cleaning solution; Shake well for each use, and use to clean counters, tables, etc. Depending on the brand of diffuser you own will depend on how much to use.
1 tbsp of thieves dish soap (optional) Spray plastic and fabric lightly and wipe with a soft cloth. About a 1.50 per container — just.60 cents if you already have the containers!
Use cold water, add one capful of thieves cleaner and then add your fruits and veggies. Gently wipe with a soft cloth. And these couldn’t be easier to make.
First cut the roll in half with a serrated bread knife or an electric knife then place 1/2 one half of the roll in the container, and save the other half for next time! Add 1 drop of thieves to each 1/2 ounce of water in a glass spray bottle. To use, place on any area that needs a deeper scrub, use a scrubbing brush and get to work.
Wipe down wooden cabinets, tables and other wooden furniture to remove dirt and clean surfaces. Place lid and give a gently swirl. Add coffee filters to the last container.
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