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3 Ingredient Natural Cleaning Products

I just stumbled upon these 3-ingredient homemade natural cleaning products on HGTV's website yesterday and thought I would share them with you. I haven't tried them myself yet, but since the ingredients are readily available, I will do that soon. Each one has an optional fragrant essential oil as a fourth ingredient to boost cleaning power. Each one also uses vinegar, so I'm not sure how the vinegar and essential oils will smell when paired. Other items you'll need will be a funnel and a clean, empty spray bottle. 

3 ingredient natural cleaning products
Image courtesy of Towfiqu Barbhuiya via Unsplash

There are actually ingredients to make three different types of cleaners. One is an all-purpose cleaner, one is a glass cleaner, and the last one is a wood cleaner. All-purpose is not explained. As always, before using any cleaning product, test it on an inconspicuous area first to find out how it will react to the type of material or surface you're using it on.

I would love to hear what you think about these homemade cleaners if you do try them. Share your experience in the comments section below. Please let me know if there is anything you would like to see in this Saturday Morning Post section.

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