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10 DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaners

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Hey y’all! Let’s talk about the wonders of using DIY natural cleaners in your kitchen.

Now let me tell you – I am no Martha Stewart when it comes to cleaning. When it comes to deep-cleaning our Alabama farmhouse kitchen, I tend to neglect it for as long as possible, just ask my dog Murphy.

But eventually, the mess becomes too much to handle, and I have to roll up my sleeves and get to work – especially when it’s time for spring cleaning.

That’s when I turn to my trusty DIY natural cleaners for a sparkling clean kitchen.

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Now, I know what you’re thinking – why bother with natural cleaners when there are plenty of chemical-laden options out there? But let me tell you, friend, there are plenty of benefits to making your own natural cleaners. For one, they’re better for the environment – no harsh chemicals going down the drain. Plus, they’re safer for you and your family, especially if you have little ones or pets running around.

And the best part? You can whip up these cleaners with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. No need to run out to the store and spend a bunch of money on cleaning products. Just grab some vinegar, baking soda, and a few other simple ingredients, and you’ll be on your way to a sparkling clean kitchen in no time.

So, whether you’re a seasoned DIY-er or a cleaning newbie, give these natural kitchen cleaners a try. Your home (and your furry friends) will thank you for it!

I did some research and scoured the internet to bring you this list of 10 DIY natural cleaner recipes. Now, I gotta be honest with you – I haven’t tried them all yet! But I figured, why not give ’em a shot and see what happens?

The 10 DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaners

So, without further ado, here are 10 natural cleaner recipes to try out in your kitchen.

1. All-Purpose Cleaner

Mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

This recipe is great for cleaning your kitchen countertops, stovetops, and even your refrigerator!

2. Glass Cleaner

Mix 1 cup water, 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol, and 1 tbsp white vinegar in a spray bottle.

You’ll love using this natural cleaner on your kitchen windows and mirrors for a streak-free shine.

3. Citrus Scrub

Mix 1/2 cup baking soda and enough lemon juice to form a paste.

This scrub is perfect for getting rid of tough stains and grime in your kitchen sink, tub, and even the toilet bowl.

4. Grease Cutter

Mix 1/2 cup borax and 1 tbsp dish soap in a spray bottle.

Say goodbye to stubborn grease stains on your stovetop and oven door with this powerful natural cleaner.

5. Disinfectant Spray

Mix 1/2 cup rubbing alcohol, 1/2 cup water, and 5-10 drops of essential oil (like tea tree or lavender) in a spray bottle.

Use this natural disinfectant spray to clean and sanitize high-touch surfaces in your kitchen, like doorknobs and light switches.

6. Furniture Polish

Mix 1/4 cup olive oil and 1/4 cup white vinegar in a spray bottle. (Same as the Stainless Steel Cleaner)

Keep your wood kitchen table and chairs looking shiny and new with this homemade furniture polish.

7. Oven Cleaner

Mix 1/4 cup baking soda and enough water to form a paste.

Spread onto the bottom of the oven and let sit for several hours before wiping away. Get your oven looking like new again with this easy-to-make baking soda and water paste.

8. Stainless Steel Cleaner

Mix equal parts olive oil and white vinegar in a spray bottle. (Same as the furniture polish)

This natural cleaner is perfect for cleaning stainless steel appliances in your kitchen, like your refrigerator and dishwasher.

9. Drain Cleaner

Pour 1/2 cup baking soda down the drain, followed by 1/2 cup white vinegar. Let sit for 5-10 minutes before flushing with hot water.

Say goodbye to clogged kitchen sink drains with this natural baking soda and vinegar solution.

10. Carpet Cleaner

Mix 1/4 cup salt, 1/4 cup borax, and 1/4 cup white vinegar into a paste. Rub onto carpet stains and let dry before vacuuming up.

Accidents happen, but you can clean up spills and stains on your kitchen carpets or rugs with this natural cleaning paste.

Well, there you have it, y’all – 10 DIY natural kitchen cleaner recipes

These are sure to give your kitchen the deep clean it deserves. Not only are these natural cleaners better for the environment and your health, but they’re also easy and inexpensive to make with ingredients you likely already have in your home.

From all-purpose cleaner to carpet cleaner, these recipes cover every area of your kitchen that needs some TLC. So go ahead and give these natural cleaners a try – your kitchen will thank you for it.

Be sure to let me know which ones work best for you!

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