9 Cleaners You Can Make Yourself

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Are you sick of buying the expensive cleaning products at the store, that cost $5 per bottle or more? Well lucky for you, here are 9 Cleaners You Can Make Yourself! All with products that are mostly natural and don't cost a lot to purchase! You can pretty much find all of the ingredients for these products at your local grocery store or department store, or even a hardware store in your area. This way, you can make several batches of the cleaner and save money in the process. You won't have to worry about buying the $5 product every time you run out, because you will have your own home made cleaning ingredients right at home to make some more!

There are a lot of great home made cleaners on this list! And it's just incredible how easy they are to make with things you might already have in your house. There is even a brass cleaner and a marble cleaner that you can make to protect the more delicate of surfaces in your home that require extra attention. Or, did you know that you can remove white rings left over from cups? You really can, and super easily too! And with something that I am sure everyone has in their house!

Most of these cleaners are non toxic too, so you don't have to worry about your kids or pets getting into them, which is a plus. Which also means less pollution for Mother Earth! Think of all the chemicals that are poured down drains, and into toilets, I might even be guilty of it from time to time, but I try to make all of my cleaning products natural as much as I can. Wouldn't you love to know how to make some of your own cleaning products? Head over to ' Good House Keeping' to find out more about the cleaners you can make yourself, by following the link in the section below!

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