Learn how to make all natural homemade bleach

I am a type of person that loves having my house clean, but for the sake of my children, grandchildren, and myself I hate toxins and chemicals. I prefer all natural things, homemade, and stuff that isn’t going to be harmful to myself, animals, grandkids, and the environment.

Don’t get me wrong I love what bleach does to my white clothes, countertops, tub, toilet, sinks, appliances, and floors I just don’t like the headaches and troubles breathing for myself, kids, and grandkids. Oh, and don’t forget my furnances.

With this recipe I found by doing some research I don’t have to worry about toxins, chemicals, and it is safe for everyone, furnances, and the environment.

Things You Will Need:

3/4 cup hydrogen peroxide
1/2 cup lemon juice
10-20 drops lemon essential oil
7 cups water
1/2 gallon or 1 gallon jug or container

In a 1/2 gallon or 1 gallon jug or container, put all ingredients in put lid on and shake. Label container with “homemade bleach” or “bleach” whichever you prefer. Store in dark, cool area. My suggestions would be above or near washer, under sink, or wherever you store any other cleaners.

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Homemade all natural carpet deodorizer

I have always gotten headaches from Bleach, carpet freshener, pinesol, and other cleaners. If I wasn’t getting headaches I was breaking out in hives with them. I loved the way the cleaners cleaned and smelt. My kids didn’t like it so much. They always complained I got the bleach to strong, or some other complaint. Between my kids complaints and the cleaners not liking me(or my body not liking the cleaners. Not sure which one). I decided there has to be something out there that is all natural, safe for sensitive skin, not going to give me a headache, but still clean really well. So, I did some research and found recipes for all natural cleaners. In the next few blogs I am going to share those recipes that really do work, and are my favorite, as well as a recipe for all natural body wraps(that’s another blog). In this blog I going to give you an all natural carpet deodorizer recipes using only two ingredients.

Carpet Deodorizer recipe:

Things you will need:
2 cups baking soda

30 drops essential oil of your choice


In a container, (I usually use mason jelly jars. You can use any container, even an empty butter bowl), put 2 cups of baking soda and 30 drops of essential oil of your choice(I usually use lavender). Put lid on container and shake to mix the essential oil scent and the baking soda. If you use a butter bowl, or any kind of plastic bowl you can make it into a shaker by pinching wholes into the lid using a knife or screw driver. If you are using a jelly jar simply take out the middle metal lid and replace with plastic wrap. Place metal lid ring back on and Punch wholes using knife. You are now ready to shake it on your carpet. Leave on carpet for 15 minutes- an hour. Vacuum and enjoy. This recipe really works for pet odors as well. Now, if your pet has just peed on the floor, soak up with paper towel, pour vinegar on urine to take away smell, and sprinkle baking soda to absorb any left over and vinegar. Once dry, vacuum and then apply your homemade carpet deodorizer.

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DIY: greenhouse made out of a 2 liter bottle

My daughter decided she wanted to start a garden inside the house. I thought about how I was going to go about doing this since I didn’t have any empty pots. It then hit me. Make a 2 liter bottle greenhouse that I had learned how to make in school. I knew this would work as when I was younger every spring and summer my family used this greenhouse method I learned in school to start a garden.

step by step instructions:

Step 1. Rinse out empty 2 liter bottle and remove label.

Step 2. Using scissors, box cutter, or knife cut 2 liter bottle in half

Step 3. Put soil in bottom half

Step 4. Plant seeds and water

Step 5 place top half back on top of bottom half

Step 6. Check daily to see if soil if moist.

Step 7. Once plant starts to grow or gets to big for bottle remove lid from greenhouse. You may also transplant to a bigger container or garden.

Have fun and enjoy. This is easy enough to do this project with your child/children.

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