While store-bought disinfectant wipes can be useful for a quick cleanup, they are definitely not environmentally friendly or good for your respiratory health. Numerous studies have shown that common household cleaning products, including private label disinfectant wipes, can actually cause asthma or other breathing problems in otherwise healthy individuals. Forget about allergies and complaints and make some cool cleaning wipes at home! Here are some DIYs.
These DIY disinfectant wipes make it easy to keep your home clean without chemicals. They are easy to make, natural and reusable – just wash and reuse! These homemade cleaning wipes are made without vinegar, so they are safe even on porous surfaces like marble and granite. Read on to learn how to make your own DIY disinfectant wipes using essential oils.
Reducing the use of paper towels is a very eco-friendly idea, and t-shirt towels can easily replace them. These sturdy t-shirt wipes use vinegar, grain alcohol and lavender essential oil for disinfection. You can leave out the vinegar if you have marble counters. Or you could just use vinegar and water. For gentle wipes, just use water with a splash of Castilian soap and a few drops of essential oil.
If you are one of those people who have repeatedly ordered large quantities of disinfectant wipes, it is high time you swapped them for homemade ones. Replace the store-bought wipes with this simple version of the homemade DIY kitchen cleaning wipes. If you don’t want these kitchen towels to smell floral, add some great essential oils that will add a fresh, clean, and cozy smell to your kitchen. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, not only will you learn how to make DIY cleaning wipes for your home, but also how to make a suitable container. It is important to use a good quality paper towel for this project because the cheaper towel can fall apart too easily when dampened with the cleaning solution. The smaller version feels handier, you can reuse a recycled container, and the hinged lid is certainly more convenient. But the towels are in fact a little smaller because the roll was cut in half. If you choose a larger version, you will need a larger container. That larger container may mean you have to go without a hinged lid. Without a hinged lid, the towels don’t feel as practical.
Enjoy the convenience of kitchen cleaning wipes, but without waste or high price! These Castilian soap cleaning wipes will keep your home clean without resorting to chemical detergents. Many people prefer natural or organic cleaning solutions to keep their homes clean and these peppermint kitchen towels fit the bill perfectly. But even if you don’t mind using commercially available detergents, you really can’t beat the convenience of these homemade kitchen towels! When you’ve used them, all you have to do is wash your towels and they’re ready to use again.
Did you know that disposable cleaning wipes are loaded with bleach and other toxic chemicals? The bleach and other antibacterial detergents in these disposable cleaning wipes can actually trigger asthma, allergies, and other breathing problems by only using them on surfaces in your home. That said, just touching or breathing in these chemicals can cause these health problems. Throw away the disposable cleaning wipes filled with bleach and antibacterial detergents and make these easy, reusable DIY cleaning wipes instead. Read on to find out how!
If there’s a mess instead of reaching for expensive cleaning wipes, make your own for less than a dollar. With the help of vinegar and liquid detergent, your counters will sparkle without the use of harsh chemicals. And you’ll love how that easy home improvement can be made over and over again with the help of a reused coffee canister. These eco-friendly cleaning wipes are made with natural ingredients that work through any mess by adding a few spritzes of your favorite essential oil.
The store-bought wipes are just so practical and smell so good, but they are not environmentally friendly and can really cause health problems! Skip them and make some DIY cleaning wipes! The author is very happy with her work – and happy that she didn’t slowly kill herself with this mysterious solution in the store, which she also bought! Read the tutorial and do them too!
In-store wipes are wasteful: they are for single use and are thrown in the trash after completing the philosophy. It’s just terrible for the environment and not at all green or environmentally friendly. They are toxic because they contain many harsh chemicals that come with well-documented harmful side effects. Even if you use safer cleaning wipes, they cost a pretty penny. There’s a better way to get the convenience of cleaning wipes with no waste, no harmful side effects, and without breaking the bank, just make your own homemade cleaning wipes! This tutorial shows you how to do it.
Commercial cleaning wipes are not only expensive, they are also based on harsh chemical ingredients such as bleach for disinfection. While bleach definitely kills germs, it has some well-documented harmful side effects that have been known for decades. How about a homemade cleaning wipe that disinfects with natural ingredients like white vinegar and antibacterial essential oils? Do you want towels that can be washed and reused? How about a wipe that can be made with the material of your choice in the size you prefer for wiping off dirt? Read the tutorial to create them.
These homemade cleaning wipes are amazing: they clean everything – so you don’t need multiple products, they smell so good and they don’t contain any harmful ingredients! These wipes don’t cost much to make per container, they are much cheaper than buying them in a store. Read the tutorial if you’re feeling inspired!
Hiding cables is what we all strive for: it makes your home much neater and organized, but sometimes you can't hide them at all. How can you freshen up a line that you can't hide? There's an easy way to do this - just wrap or cover your cord with something! Here are some quick DIYs you can do in minutes, enjoy!
Imagine you've bought a stylish lamp that perfectly complements your home decor, and there is one downside: an ugly cord that spoils everything! Buy a brightly colored suede cord - choose a contrasting color to make it stand out or stone neutrals to blend in with the interior. Here the author opted for red suede to make a fun cord cover. Let yourself be inspired and renovate your lamp cable too!
This tutorial is for those who like macrame and want to add a relaxed and boho-chic feel to the room. Take your usual string and spruce it up with some macrame - prefer bold hues to highlight the weave pattern. Read the tutorial to find out how to macrame this cable cover and make your lamp more stylish.
This cable cover is a very simple and quick idea: it's a common red string that covers the ugly string. It takes a while to wrap up: the writer did hers over the course of a week or so in the evening while watching movies or watching TV shows. When you need to take a break, just pinch the string and string to keep your space and prevent it from coming undone. So smart and so cool!
If you're not in the mood for weaving or macrame, try another idea: cover your ugly string with burlap! Such an open weave burlap feels more casual and can work with more styles than the usual farm / country burlap is known for. Covering the cord with burlap is extremely easy and quick - no special skills are required!
This cable cover DIY can really be used on any cable! Not just wall lights or lighting. While it is a super easy DIY cable cover, it is very stylish and will beautify your lamp. To cover the cords on different wall lamps, vary the pattern with different colors of thread. If you want to do this, just cut a color of thread and tie your new color of thread and continue looping.
Sometimes an ugly string does not make the room decoration harmonious and attracts too much attention. To avoid this, you can cover this string with a fabric that goes with your room decor. You can do this with burlap, colored fabric, patterned fabric and so much more, and you can do this with lamps and any light, chandelier, any light with a visible cord or chain. Read the tutorial to find out how to make this non-sewing cable cover!
I don't know about you, but I hate to see strings, especially those ugly ones! Even if you do your best to get them all out of sight, there is no way you can hide them. Make them beautiful! You can use this DIY tutorial on lamp cords, TV cords, extension cords, computer cords, and even phone chargers. Just put on a film and get started! In this simple tutorial, we'll teach you how to cover the string with colorful yarn in a stylish way.
This tutorial is fantastic for those who have a shabby chic or vintage interior - such floral fabrics and ruffles will add an even nicer look to your space! Read how to make this piece without sewing and enjoy!