It's that time again! Time for more Frugal Fun Friday homemade cleaner recipes. I know that you are all just so excited, so let's get right to the fun.
Seriously, just ignore me.
The recipe for this cleaner (just like the previous two that I shared with you) came from the cookbook that you see in the picture below.
Today, I am showing you how to make your very own homemade All Purpose Cleaner.
Here is the simple recipe that I followed.
Here is a picture of everything that I used to make this cleaner. And, once again, I did not have a "formal" gallon container for cleaners, so I just used another old tea jug that I had in the kitchen.
The first ingredient that I added was one cup of ammonia.
The second ingredient that I added was 1/2 cup of vinegar.
The third ingredient that I added was 1/2 cup of baking soda. I just measured it and poured it in, like so.
And last, but certainly not least, it was time to add the water. I just filled the rest of the container to the top.
Then I gently shook the container to mix all of the ingredients together. It's always a good idea to make sure the lid is screwed on tight before you start gently shaking the container.
I'm just saying is all.
After everything was all mixed together, it was time to pour the cleaner into the spray bottle. Once again, I used a funnel for this particular maneuver. (Not that I have ever tried doing it without a funnel and made a mess, of course. But I have heard stories.)
As you can see, I clearly labeled my spray bottle with the words "All Purpose Cleaner." That way I won't accidentally use it to re-wet my hair. (Not that that has ever happened to me, of course, but again, I've heard stories.)
They're sure housework won't kill you, but why take the risk? ~Author Unknown