Looking for an all purpose DIY natural kitchen cleaner that cuts through grease?
Look no further than today’s recipe for a Heavy Duty DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaner! This natural cleaning solution can be applied to clean countertops, ovens, microwaves, sinks, and more. Check out the tips below for putting its heavy duty power to the test! If you’re ready to overhaul your cleaning products, get started in a 7 Day Challenge to Natural Living.
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This DIY natural kitchen cleaner works well on all countertops:
To use as a natural scrubbing cleaner:
Spray surface and add a small amount of water to the area. Scrub surface using a scrub brush. Repeat as necessary and wipe clean with a damp cloth.
To use a natural degreaser:
Spray surface and add sprinkle two teaspoons of baking soda over the area. Scrub with a scrub brush and wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Heavy Duty DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaner Ingredients:
3/4 cup distilled water
2 teaspoons liquid Castile soap
1/4 cup rubbing alcohol
5 drops eucalyptus essential oil
5 drops lavender essential oil
How to make a DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaner:
Pour 3/4 cup of water, two teaspoons of liquid Castile soap, and 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol into a glass spray bottle using a funnel. Remove funnel and add 5 drops of eucalyptus essential oil and 5 drops of lavender essential oil. Place the spray nozzle on the bottle (these are the spray bottles I use). With the spray nozzle turned off, shake well to combine. Yields: 8 ounces
Shake before each use. Spray on the desired surface and wipe clean with a damp cloth for a streak-free finish. As with any new cleaner, test a small area first.
I use this Heavy Duty DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaner with the degreaser steps to clean my stove top. It works wonders to clean all the grease and it icky, sticky burners. I love using essential oils for naturally cleaning our home grab an essential oil kit to get started too. P.S. Don’t miss my seasonal cleaning checklists: Fall, Winter, and Spring!