This Scrubbing All Purpose Bathroom & Kitchen Cleanser Homemade Recipe is made up from natural ingredients to remove stains, soap scum, mold, mildew, dirt and grease. This versatile deep cleaning natural scrubbing cleaner that you whip up a batch of will gently clean and polish the surface being cleaned.
One of the keys to homesteading and frugal living is to be able to make as many of the household cleaning products for you and your family.
By doing this you would be able save quite a bit of money by not having to pay all of those higher prices. Also, many of those products contain dangerous chemicals that could potentially put your family (including pets, who have a way better sense of smell) at risk.
1 Tbsp water
3/4 cup baking soda
1/4 cup castile soap
10-15 drops of Tea Tree essential oil
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The purpose of this article was to introduce the reader to a scrubbing powder that is just as effective as Comet or Soft Scrub commercially bought products.
The article and included recipe for making the scrubbing powder was written and shared in hopes to help many others to discover a much safer and cheaper alternative to Comet for cleaning up difficult stains in the kitchen and bathrooms. The recipe includes a complete list of all of the necessary ingredients and other supplies that are needed to be used and a preparation guide that covers everything from start to finish.
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