Well okay, not really...but Merissa Alink of Little House Living offers up a cheap and easy recipe to save lots of moola on cleaning products.
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I'm Merissa, and I'm from LittleHouseLiving.com. I am a 2010 Savings.com
I'm here today to share some everyday savings tips. One of my
savings tips is to make your own cleaning supplies. Basically, all that you
need is vinegar and water. The basic solution is two parts water to one
part vinegar. The cleaning supplies are also really easy to make because
all you're doing is combining the water and the vinegar in a spray bottle,
and that's all there is to it.
Probably the average cleaning supply costs
around $2 to $3 a bottle. I try to pay under $2 a gallon for vinegar. For a
spray bottle size solution of cleaning supply, you would need about maybe
just a cup of vinegar. So one gallon of vinegar is going to go a long way.
Obviously, water is free, and only a few drops of essential oils are just