4 Natural Recipes with 4 Ingredients or Less



We love natural winter recipes and we’d like to share our Top 4 Natural Recipes with 4 ingredients or less!

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Ingredients (4)

  • 3/4 cup of ethanol
  • 10 drops clove or nutmeg essential oil
  • 10 drops cinnamon or anise essential oil
  • 10 drops vanilla essential oil

Place the essential oils in a 4- to 8-ounce jar. Add 3/4 cup of ethanol (I used vodka), and top off the bottle with distilled water. Shake, spritz and enjoy!

 

#2 Vanilla and Orange Simmering Potpourri Recipe from Tipnut

Ingredients (2)

  • Vanilla (a few drops)
  • Orange peels

Fill a saucepan with water and bring to a boil. Add the the vanilla drops and orange peels, boil for a few minutes, then turn the heat down to simmer all day. Set a timer for 30 minutes so that you remember to top up water as needed.

 

 

 

If you like the simmering potpourri and the room spritzer, you might like our other posts on Homemade Scents.

#3 Homemade Hand Sanitizer from Homemade Mommy

Ingredients (4)

  • 2 Tbsp Aloe Vera gel
  • 1 Tbsp filtered water
  • 1/8 tsp Vitamin E oil
  • 5 drops Thieves Oil

Combine the ingredients in a 2 oz. squeeze bottle adding a bit of water to thin the mixture out. You want the mixture thin enough to coat your hand. If you have any empty Hand Sanitizer bottles, you can store your homemade sanitizer in those. They’re also great for travelling with.

 

#4 Homemade Grout Cleaner from A Mom’s Take

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups water
  • 1/4 cup baking soda
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup vinegar

Directions:

  1. Combine lemon juice, baking soda, and vinegar in a spray bottle.
  2. Stir in water to the mixture.
  3. Spray solution onto tile and grout.
  4. Allow cleaning solution to sit for 5 minutes.
  5. Scrub dirt/grime away using sponge or large scrubber.
  6. After scrubbing, wash with water.

 

 

We’d love to hear your thoughts on these and other natural recipes we’re collecting and sharing:

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Natural Housecleaning Kit


We find that using effective natural cleaning products in your home is the best way to keep your home environment clean and healthy. And we get asked all the time what products we use to care for our clients’ homes.  Here are the 5 cleaning products and 12 cleaning tools we recommend for you to keep in your own Natural Housecleaning Kit.

What are the benefits of creating your own Natural Housecleaning Kit?

  • Safer for your family and animals
  • Better for the surfaces in your home
  • Cost effective and environmentally friendly

5 Non-toxic and Ecologically Friendly Cleaning Products

  • Biokleen – All-purpose household cleaner
  • Baking soda – Natural deodorizer
  • Bon Ami – A mildly abrasive cleanser
  • White vinegar – An all-purpose cleaner
  • Glass cleaner – See our Glass cleaning recipe

 12 Top Cleaning Tools

  1. Bucket/caddy – All purpose to store products
  2. Two plastic cups – One for storing you small tools and the other for rising shower walls or pre-soaking pumice stones
  3. Rubber gloves – Perfect to protect your hands
  4. Microfiber cloths – Perfect for dusting
  5. Cloths – Best to have a bag of soft clean cloths and rags for all cleaning purposes
  6. Paper towels – For messy cleanups
  7. Kitchen brushes – Scrubbers & bottlebrushes
  8. Sponges – New and old
  9. Scouring pads – Blue scratch pads
  10. Pumice stone – For scrubbing the oven and the porcelain in the bathroom
  11. Putty knife – To clean tight spaces
  12. Toothbrush – for all those hard to reach places…the best tool in the kit!
Less Is More
For routine housecleaning, less is more.  You actually need very few products to clean any given room.  Although there will certainly be instances where specialized cleaners are necessary, the above list of products will suffice for most tasks.
  • Gather your materials in a bucket or caddy so you can transport them from room to room as you work, making your products and tools accessible and housecleaning more efficient.

An all natural housecleaning supply kit can also make a great gift

This time of year always seems to bring with it many invitations to gatherings.  This year add to your gift giving list a all natural housecleaning supply kit.  It’s the perfect homemade gift for a lovely bridal shower, birthday, or special holiday.

You can make your house sparkle with just a few simple supplies, many of which are already in your cupboards. Happy Cleaning!

Top 10 Cleaning Tools


Homemade cleaning supplies are the best! We are all tired of those toxic cleaning supplies which can make us sick and can lead to health problems.   Eco-friendly, homemade cleaning recipes are a much needed answer for a chemical free clean home and so are the cleaning tools that you use:

Top 10 Cleaning Tools

  1. Scrub brush
  2. Gloves
  3. Squeegee
  4. Butter Knife
  5. Spray Bottles
  6. Broom
  7. Vacuum
  8. Sponge
  9. Rags
  10. Toothbrush
If you liked this, you might like our Natural Housecleaning Kit.
Happy Cleaning.

 

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