The following is a guest post by Micaela Hoo, a California-based blogger & creative director. You can find Micaela’s blog here.
A few years ago, while I was cleaning my bathroom mirror, I thought to myself, “Why in the world is my window cleaner blue?”
It suddenly dawned on me that the blue hue was the result of no natural oxidation process. From then on, I became more aware of all the toxic chemicals in commercial household cleaners. DIYing your own household cleaners is easy, cheap, and eco-friendly. What better a way to celebrate Earth Month than to make your own natural household cleaner?
The low pH and acetic acid content of the vinegar in this recipe prevent mold and bacteria from growing. The kombucha and essential oils add additional antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal qualities to your cleaner. This particular DIY uses your empty Health-Ade kombucha bottle because repurposing is cool—and we want to be a little extra for Earth Month, am I right?
For the sprayer, I used a spray bottle nozzle that belonged to another bottle I had, but you can find spray bottle nozzles on Amazon if you don’t have any lying around.
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