All Natural Floor Cleaner

 All Natural Floor Cleaner

Are your floors looking a little dirty and dingy? If so, you may be wondering the best way to scrub them clean. The good news is you can get them sparkling without the use of harsh chemicals. I’m conscious of what products I put on my floors at home because I worry about my pets’ health. Moms with crawling babies and toddlers can breath a sigh of relief with this all natural cleaner. Take a look below at a wonderful recipe for all natural floor cleaner. This floor cleaner is perfect for getting your floors looking like new!

DIY All Natural Floor Cleaner

Supplies needed:
1 gallon of hot water
1 cup of white vinegar
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 tablespoon of olive oil

So how does this recipe work? Well the water and lemon clean the floor and deodorize. The vinegar removes grease and grime, and the oil will add a shine to the floor. It is like a whole army of natural ingredients doing their thing to get your floors clean!

Directions:
1. Begin by mixing all of the ingredients into a large bucket.
2. Stir well so all of the ingredients have the chance to mix.
3. While the water is still hot, use your natural floor cleaner. Simply use it as you would a store bought cleaner. Pour it in a bucket and use it along with a mop, or apply it directly to a rag and apply.

You don’t need to rinse this mixture. Simply wipe clean with a dry cloth when done or go over it with a clean mop. As you will see, your floors will be clean and shiny!

This is an easy all natural floor cleaner you can whip up in just minutes. It is sure to make your space look and smell great, without the use of harsh chemicals or additives.  

So what are you waiting for? Give this all natural floor cleaner recipe a try and see how great your floor can look! You will be amazed!

 

Comments

  1. says

    I love natural cleaners. I am going to try this. I have just tried shaklee as a floor cleaner and it isn’t bad, but if this one works out, I might just do this. I already have all the stuff at home! Thanks!

    Sharon from herorganizedchaos.com

  2. says

    I have laminate floors, so I am going to try this minus the olive oil. Well, I might add just 1/2 teaspoon, just for a little shine. Thanks for the recipe!

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