homemade cleaning spray with essential oils tea tree lemon on guard

 

  I love that can feel good knowing there’s no harmful chemical residue left on my surfaces.

Supplies for your Homemade All Purpose Cleaner

You’ll need a 16oz Glass Spray Bottle like these from Amazon with free Prime shipping.

make your own homemade spray cleaner that is safe for use around the house and is all natural using lemon and onguard essential oils

You can pick up a pack of spray bottles for your DIY cleaner on Amazon, and have a few extra’s.  I like to leave one in each bathroom, and one in the kitchen so that I don’t have to go searching for it.  

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Make your own nontoxic cleaning spray with doterra essential oils

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Click here to get your labels

 My printable labels are designed to print on THESE waterproof (a.k.a. oil proof) labels that you can order from our friend Amazon.

printable waterproof labels for use with essential oils like diy cleaning spray

You will be able to use these labels for a variety of purposes.  For example, you can use these to label your DIY Bug Spray bottle, or your DIY Wood Polish Spray bottle.

Directions For How to Make Your DIY Purpose Cleaning Spray

This DIY All Purpose Cleaning Spray is non-toxic, safe, and the perfect natural, green cleaning option for your whole home. 

If you’re concerned about using it on your counter tops, I have used it on my granite counter tops safely for years.  No etching, and it leaves my counters shiny and pretty.

There is no need to pull out your rubber gloves and surgical masks when you clean your home. It might surprise you to know that you can concoct simple and inexpensive non-toxic cleaners from ingredients already lying around your house.

 

Directions for How to Make your Homemade All Purpose Spray Cleaner

make your own natural eco friendly all purpose cleaning spray with doterr essential oils

DIY All Purpose Natural Cleaning Spray with Essential Oils

Author: Dawn Goehring
This DIY All Purpose Natural Cleaning Spray with essential oils is non-toxic, safe, and the perfect natural, green cleaning option for your whole home. 
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Equipment

Ingredients

  • 16 oz glass spray bottle I like to purchase multiple of these and leave a cleaner in each bathroom and in the kitchen.
  • ¼ cup apple cider vinegar can substitute with white vinegar
  • cup water preferrably distilled, but tap will work
  • 30 drops doTERRA Essential Oils This is a combined total. Not the number of drops for each oil used in the recipe.

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to your spray bottle
  • Replace the sprayer top and gently shake to mix the ingredients

Notes

Be sure to grab and download my free printable labels for your spray.
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About The Author

Dawn Goehring Desert Naturals Essential Oils

Dawn Goehring

Owner / Founder of Desert Naturals

Dawn Goehring is the founder of Desert Naturals where she writes educational articles on essential oils, DIY's on natural beauty products, homemade cleaners, and provides related essential oil accessories like Planners, Journals, Trackers, tshirts, and custom made essential oil storage.

Dawn discovered essential oils about 10 years ago to support her then 4 year old son who was struggling to manage a respiratory condition. She then learned how to use essential oils for everyday natural remedies for her family, and has helped hundreds of women incorporate essential oils in their lives to live a healthier, more holistic lifestyle using natural products and essential oils.

Dawn has earned an aromatherapist degree and has earned a doTERRA essential oil specialist certification which is a fancy way of saying she has learned a lot about the chemistry of essential oils and how they work in the body.

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