Non-Toxic, All-Natural, DIY Household Cleaner Recipe

The humble but mighty ingredients

I think you and I have a few things in common.

The chances are very good that we both care about what we put on our body, what we put in our body, and even what goes on around our body.

That’s why I’m so excited to share this recipe with you.

It’s an all-purpose cleaner that works wonders in the bathroom and kitchen. It gets the job done quickly and effectively, and when you make it you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that it is safe, gentle and non-toxic. Woohoo!

I originally got the tip on these ingredients from a friend at the Healthy Beauty Social. I’ve tweaked it a bit, but I thank the lovely S.P. for the initial inspiration!

Ingredients for a Non-Toxic Household Cleaner

1/2 c baking soda
3 Tbs mild soap (I use castille soap)
1 Tb white vinegar


Mix the baking soda with the castille soap in a small bowl to make a thick paste. Once it is thoroughly incorporated, add the vinegar. It will fizz a bit and thin out the consistency just a touch.

Yield: about 5 ounces of all-natural cleaner, enough for one tub/shower/sink cleaning.

To Use

Wet the surface you’re about to clean. Scoop out the cleaner a few tablespoons at a time and scrub the surface thoroughly with a cloth or paper towel. Rinse away.

This product does wonders on soap scum and ring-around the tub. It also easily clears out any oil residue that may be left behind from your favorite handmade sugar scrub. *wink wink*

What are some of your favorite DIY household remedies?


About SugaredBeauty

Owner of Sugared Beauty, LLC, a line of handmade beauty products made with pure, organic ingredients that resemble your favorite desserts!
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