Homemade Natural Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner

The peppermint and orange oils in this cleaner not only cancel out any vinegar scent, but also add antibacterial properties – making it perfect for wiping down kitchen surfaces.  It’s also much safer to have around the house with children than commercial kitchen bleaches.

Ingredients:

300ml of boiled, cooled water

60ml white vinegar

10 drops peppermint oil

10 drops orange oil

Equipment:

Measuring jug

Funnel

Spray bottle

Instructions:

Simply boil a kettle, measure out 300ml of the water into a measuring jug and add the other ingredients.  Stir gently to combine, then leave to cool.  Funnel the contents into a spray bottle and use to clean kitchen surfaces with a washable cloth.

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  1. Brian Skeys says:

    I have used vinegar as a cleaning product but not with the oils added. We will give your recipe a try.

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    1. Great! You’ll have to let me know how you get on 🙂

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