9 Easy Homemade Projects to Tackle Your Cleaning Resolutions Now
Ringing in a new year means out with the old and in with the new — that includes old dust, germs, and grime. To help you kick 2019 off right, we've rounded up the best all-natural, homemade cleaning products to bring the non-toxic sparkle and shine back into your life. These are also easy to remake once you run out, because wasn't cutting costs on your 2019 resolution list?
DIY Produce Wash: Buying all that extra produce for your healthy eating resolutions means cleaning off the pesticides and additives. (via Hello Glow)
DIY Natural Carpet & Rug Deoderizer: Now that everyone is done wearing their party shoes in your living room, a thorough vacuuming is in order. While you're at it, toss some of this on before so your living room will smell fresh once again. (via Purely Katie)
DIY Foaming Hand Soap: The holidays are done, but the flu season is in full swing. Do your part by washing your hands with this handmade foaming soap. (via The Merrythought)
DIY Air Freshener: Clear the air with a handmade spray that has a scent you can customize. (via Purely Katie)
DIY Fabric Softener: Soft sweaters are kind of nice this time of year, right? And since laundry is as much a part of a deep clean as any, make some softener you can feel good about using. (via Crayons & Cravings)
DIY Reusable Paper Towel: Skip the waste and make these reusable towels. You can even create seasonal ones to suit your mood! (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Reusable Swiffer Cover: Never worry about having enough pads again with this custom-made version. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Goo Gone: Peeling price stickers and labels off your gifts calls for the tough stuff. (via Hello Glow)
Bathtub Cleanup Spray: The harsh chemical odor in the store-bought versions can be a little off-putting, but not with this one. (via Southern Mom Lives)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.