DIY Homemade Cleaning Recipes eBook

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

I have been making my own homemade cleaning supplies for a few years now. Initially, I started making them as I wanted a reusable solution for wipes. I found wipes convenient to quickly clean up messes and dust, but it didn’t sit well with me that they were adding to the landfill. So I created my own homemade reusable antibacterial wipes, which I absolutely love. They are super easy to make, effective and clean just about every surface, wall, oven stove top, fridge handles, benchtops and more.

My hubby and kids have sensitive skin. They have psoriasis and eczema and I find some commercial products can irritate their eyes and skin. So over the past few years, I have started to reduce the number of chemicals I use around the home, replacing most of my commercial products with homemade versions. Not only do I find them effective, but I am saving so much money by making my own cleaning supplies.

I know so many in my community love my recipes so I have created The Organised Housewife DIY Homemade Cleaning Recipes eBook as a convenient, easy and practical reference if you are interested in saving money and reducing chemicals and toxins in your home by making your own cleaning products.

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This 28 page instant downloadable eBook includes practical Homemade Cleaning Recipes to help save you money and reduce chemicals and toxins in your home. It's a convenient and easy reference, with step by step instructions, using products you more than likely already have in your pantry. There are recipes for cleaning the kitchen, bathroom, floors, carpets and more.

This 28 page instant downloadable eBook includes practical Homemade Cleaning Recipes that you can make at home yourself, using products you more than likely already have in your pantry. There are recipes for cleaning the kitchen, bathroom, floors, carpets and more.

  1. All-purpose Cleaner
  2. Reusable Antibacterial Wipes
  3. Window Cleaner
  4. Fridge Cleaner
  5. Stove Range Hood Solution
  6. Oven Cleaner
  7. Drain Cleaner
  8. Scrubbing Cream
  9. Wood Polish Spray
  10. Air Freshener
  11. Washing Machine Cleaner
  12. Carpet Stain Remover
  13. Liquid Toilet Cleaner
  14. Toilet Bombs
  15. Soap Scum Remover
  16. Mould Remover
  17. Mirror Cleaner
  18. Toothbrush Cleaning Solution
  19. Floor Cleaner (without vinegar)
  20. Floor Cleaner (with vinegar)
  21. Linen Cupboard Deodoriser
  22. Sticky Residue Remover
  23. Copper & Brass Cleaner
  24. Exterior Handbag Cleaner
  25. Insulated Lunch Bags Solution

Each of these homemade cleaning recipes use simple ingredients you more than like already have in your pantry such as vinegar, bi-carb soda (baking soda), liquid dish detergent and essential oils.

READ MORE: What Ingredients to use in DIY Homemade Cleaners. 

Honestly, making your own cleaning supplies takes minimal effort, you can more than likely make one while you are waiting for the kettle to boil!

I hope you enjoy my DIY Homemade Cleaning recipe collection!

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7 comments

Eric Tan December 13, 2017 - 7:51 PM

Thanks for sharing cleaning tips

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Rebel July 29, 2018 - 10:19 AM

Hi Katrina,
Just wondering if you have a recipe for keeping towels fluffy and soft, without putting them in the dryer?

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife July 30, 2018 - 3:08 PM

I use vinegar instead of fabric softener and hang them out in the sun to dry . 🙂

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Lidia April 18, 2021 - 6:53 PM

Hello Katrina,

Would you have homemade cleaning recipes book on a paperback copy?

Regards,

Lidia

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife April 22, 2021 - 9:13 AM

Hi Lidia, no, I’m sorry, it is only available as a e-book. You could print it out if you prefer a paper copy? Kat x

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TERESA LOGAN May 27, 2022 - 6:56 PM

HELLO KATRINA,

IS THERE ANYTHING I COULD USE TO HELP MY VACUUM CLENER SMELL FRESH. I ALWAYS EMPTY IT AFTER EVERY USE WIPE IT OUT BUT I STILL CANNOT HAVING IT SMELLING FRESH THANKS ? TERESA

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife May 30, 2022 - 10:54 AM

First check your manual for instructions on which parts are safe to wash. If your vacuum is bagless, empty and wash out the canister in warm soapy water and completely air dry. If your vacuum has a bag, a replacement should do the trick. Cleaning the filter, brush heads, hose and exterior should help! Let me know if this does the trick for you.

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