Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Homemade "Clorox" Wipes - {from Living On A Dime}

Homemade Clorox Wipes
Recipe from Living On A Dime

1 cup of water
1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol
2 Tbsp. Dawn dish soap (only use Dawn)
2 Tbsp. ammonia (optional)
24 rags - cut into squares (4x6 inches but whatever size you have available or whichever size you need will work.  Old washrags that have seen better days are great for this!)

Mix the ingredients and pour over the rags.* Then, when you need to clean your bathroom, use them as you would the disposable Clorox wipes.  The best thing about these homemade wipes is that you can just throw them in the washing machine and use them again! Really! It's that simple!

*After you make this recipe, you will need to adjust how much of the mixture you pour over your rags. I didn't have that many rags and they were pretty wet so I just used less of the cleaner.

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