DIY Green Kitchen Cleaners | Tackle Big Messes and Save Money with These Easy Recipes

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Today I’m in the kitchen showing you how to make your own kitchen cleaners! I love making my own cleaning products – It’s so easy (seriously) and it’s a great way to keep chemicals out of your home! I start with awesome disinfectant wipes that are non-toxic and are reusable. If you don’t want to use a bamboo towel as your wipe, you can also use an old towel or t-shirt. I’m also making a stainless steal cleaner that will cost you only a dollar to make!

INGREDIENTS – DIY Disinfecting Wipes


  1. Pour the liquids into the container.
  2. Fold the towels into quarters and stack them into the container – they will soak up the liquid.
  3. Use on all surfaces in the kitchen to disinfect. If you are using a paper towel, discard after each use. If you are using a bamboo towel, simply rinse under hot water and place back into your cleaning solution.


You can also make a bathroom wipe:

  • 1 32-ounce mason jar
  • 3-4 face cloths
  • Solution: Same recipe as above
  • Use: Use to disinfect bathroom surfaces such as sinks, counter tops, handles etc.
  • Toss each cloth into the laundry after use.


DIY Stainless Steel Cleaner

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 1/2 salt

Directions for Stainless Steel Cleaner

  1. Spray the vinegar over the steel surface and rub away dirt and stains with the rag.
  2. Turn the rag over, place a few drops of olive oil onto it.
  3. Polish the steel surface until it shines!


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