This cleaning spray is the perfect blend to knock out the bothersome dust on furnace vents, heating ducts, shelves, windowsills, that can become a problem when you turn the thermostat back up for the cool fall air. The smell is divine and the cost is oh-so budget friendly. Not to mention how effective this spray is at not only cleaning, but improving your mood. The fresh scent makes you want to take in nice, big breaths. Happy Cleaning. Let us know how much you love it!
This Spotless Glass Cleaner is THE BEST glass cleaner I have ever used. I absolutely LOVE that it not only creates a sparkly
clean window or mirror but additionally it lifts your mood. WHY? Lemon Essential Oil is uplifting and encouraging. So next time you are feeling down in the dumps grab your DIY Spotless Glass Cleaner and add some sparkle to your home. House cleaning never felt so good!
Lemon essential oil can also be used to removed grub and grime, sticky residue, try it!
Recipe for Spotless Glass Cleaner
- 1/4 cup white vinegar
- 1/4 cup isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol
- 1 Tbsp cornstarch (the cornstarch reduces streaking)
- 1-1/2 cups water
- 10 drops essential oil of choice (optional. Lemon, orange, or another citrus would be my choice here, but lavender or others would be nice as well.)
- Combine everything in a spray bottle
- Shake well to mix.
- Spray onto glass surface and wipe clean.
TIPS & NOTES:
– Shake well before using since the cornstarch might clog up your spray nozzle otherwise.
Such an EASY-PEASY Homemade Dishwasher Detergent. Equal parts Borax & Washing Soda, add a few drops of citrus or melaleuca essential oils and you have a fantastic dishwashing detergent, ready to go. Simply store it in a sealed glass container and use as you would any powdered dishwasher detergent. VOILA! It works and smells GREAT!
The other day we had, possibly, the BIGGEST spider I have ever seen scurrying across our kitchen floor. YUCK! It was after that lovely visitor was squashed and removed that I decided this recipe needed to be made up STAT and sprayed around ASAP. You simply take the ingredients and mix them in a glass or stainless spray bottle – then mist areas that are prone to these little critters. VOILA – Spiders Be Gone! You do need to repeat every few days but ahhhhh, you won’t mind a bit. Peppermint is refreshing and uplifting. Just make sure you don’t get the spray into your eyes.