Kitchen Cleaning · Natural Products

3 Natural DIY Floor Cleaners

Hello everyone!

I hope you are enjoying some nice weather wherever you live, and maybe you’re feeling inspired to get cleaning! Today we’re continuing along with our kitchen cleaning topic, and I’m sharing different “recipes” for natural, DIY floor cleaners, once again created by fellow bloggers.

Of course, if you don’t want to actually use a floor cleaner, you can always just grab a wet microfiber cloth (just make sure it’s not too wet) and wipe the floor down that way. If, however, you’re looking for an actual cleaner, then keep reading!

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Lavender Liquid Castile Soap

The first floor cleaner I’m listing here is made with water, Castile soap, and essential oil of choice. This could be a good option for anyone who doesn’t like the smell of vinegar, or can’t use it due to the type of flooring you have. It’s also an economical choice, since it only uses two tablespoons of soap per two gallons of water.

White Vinegar

If you don’t mind the vinegar smell, and your floor is compatible with it, then here is a natural cleaner that uses only two ingredients: water and white vinegar! It doesn’t get much easier than that, does it?

Baking Soda

Last on the list is a cleaner that does require a few more ingredients, but still nothing too crazy. It can be made with basic supplies, such as essential oils, alcohol, Castile soap, and baking soda.

What type of cleaners do you like to use in your home? Are you a vinegar lover, or don’t like the smell? Let me know in the comments!

And that’s it for now! I hope you all will have a wonderful weekend!

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