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DIY Disinfectant Wipes

There is an extreme amount of toxins in your daily at home cleaners. I challenge you, if you are actually taking the time to read this, to start turning your food, cleaning products, everything, around and reading the label.

Once I started, now I can't stop. Why wasn't this important to me before? These are things I'm using in MY home, around my family, so why wouldn't I care to know the ingredients I'm using around them?

I've been using my own cleaning products for about a month now and I'll never head back to the store again. They work perfect, I know what's in them, and best of all they are cheap.

It's the company's job to sell you its product, but how did we clean our homes, before these companies came out with these products?

That's what I'm trying to get back to, doing it myself, because that's the best way to do something. All knowledge is power.

Disinfectant Wipes

Old Towel

1 cup Vinegar

1/2 cup of Rubbing Alcohol

2 cups Distilled Water

Essential Oils ( Wintergreen )

Sealed Container


Grab an old towel and cut it into your desired rag size. Roll the rags up and place them in your container. In a pitcher, combine vinegar, alcohol, water and 30 drops of your desired oil. I used Wintergreen, it gives me a very clean, minty smell after. Stir, and pour mixture over your rags until they are all wet.

I grab a rag and wring it out some, I use this on my counters after handling the dogs raw food or any other meat. They are also perfect for bathroom sinks and toilets.

Get cleaning & Enjoy.

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