Easy Homemade Cleaning Products

If your kitchen cabinet is filled to the brim with cleaning products, then you’re going to want to take a look at this.


Check out the top 5 easiest homemade alternatives to conventional cleaning products.


    Combine in a spray bottle:
    • 2 cups water
    • 1/2 cup white vinegar
    • 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol (70% concentration)


Spray the solution onto a microfiber rag and wipe away any spots or toothpaste splatters.  Buff any streaks with a dry microfiber.

Combine in a one-gallon container:
• 1/2 cup sudsy ammonia, and then fill the rest of the container with water.


Dip a sponge in the container and tough grease and grime will melt away. Give the area a final rinse with clean water.


  1. All-Purpose Spray

Mix in a spray bottle:

2 cups white vinegar

2 cups water


Spray directly onto kitchen or bathroom countertops, tubs, and sinks to disinfect and power through grime.


  1. Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Pour ¼ cup baking soda directly into the toilet basin.

Add 1 cup vinegar and allow to sit for a few minutes.


The two products will start to bubble as they react with each other.

Scrub with a toilet bowl brush and flush to rinse.

(You can also use the same process with 2 parts vinegar to 1 part lemon juice if that’s what you have available.)


  1. Tub and Tile Cleaner

Mix in a small squeeze-top container:

1/2 cup baking soda

1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide

1 teaspoon liquid dish soap



Squeeze solution onto a soft sponge and wipe your tub or bathroom shower tiles.  Allow to set for 5 minutes.

Scrub, and then rinse away the cleaning mixture with clean water. Repeat if necessary.


What’s your favorite homemade cleaning product?