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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Going Natural is Cheaper! | 3 examples of When using Natural Cleaners Will Save you Money! | Cheap DIY Cleaners

Hey guys! I know for a lot people, including myself, switching to an all natural lifestyle can feel out of reach sometimes sheerly because of the price tag, but today I've got three extremely cheap swaps for conventional cleaners! With price comparisons and easy recipes at the end, so let's get into it! 

Conventional vs Natural

****All prices are from with my local Arizona zip code put into consideration, prices may vary depending on location but I bet you these natural products will beat out conventional cleaners in your area as well! *****

Window Cleaner vs Vinegar
128 oz (gallon) bottle of window cleaner is a $11.28 vs a 128 oz bottle of vinegar is only $2.48 cents!
That makes the window cleaner .08 cents per oz and the vinegar .02 cents per oz! 

Bleach vs Hydrogen Peroxide 
121 oz bottle of bleach is $3.97 vs 4 bottles of 32 oz (128 oz total) of hydrogen peroxide are 98 cents each, in total $3.96!
That makes the bleach .032 cents per oz vs hydrogen peroxide .031 cents per oz 

Disinfectant Spray vs Rubbing Alcohol 

32 oz disinfectant $2.27 vs 2 16 oz bottles of rubbing alcohol (32 oz total) are .88 cents each, in  total only $1.76! 
That makes the disinfectant spray .07 cents per oz and rubbing alcohol .05 cents per oz  

These DIY recipes will make your dollar stretch even more by only using small amounts of the natural cleaners!
DIY Window Cleaner: Fill and old spray bottle with half water and half vinegar and use as normal.
DIY "Bleach": Personally I just pour half a cup of hydrogen peroxide right into the washer machine but to make your money really work for you, you can use an old gallon  jug and fill with 1 and 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 a cup of lemon juice and fill the rest with water. Use 1/2 to 1 cup in each load and wash as normal.
DIY Disinfectant Spray: Fill an old spray bottle with 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol and the rest with water, optional 1 tbsp full of natural dish soap to aid in scrubbing grime and use as normal!

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