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    A toilet cleaner recipe for a true Loo Renew!

    Making your own toilet cleaner has never been so easy! Once you start making homemade products, you’ll soon want to make everything yourself. What’s more, it’s especially nice to use something you’ve created rather than products with ingredients you don’t recognize… That’s why we came up with this recipe for a homemade toilet cleaner! Loo Renew allows you to clean the toilet simply and efficiently. Easy to make and easy to use, these homemade toilet cleaning tablets let you keep the toilet bowl of your powder room in tip-top shape. Finally, an affordable and environmentally friendly way to clean the toilet! Get ready to renew your loo with this DIY…

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    From floor to ceiling: 5 easy tips and recipes for eco-friendly spring cleaning

    How to make household products? Spring into action, to tidy up the house in time for summer. Step one: open up the windows to refresh. Step two: store away the winter clothes. Step three: give your home the full top-to-toe cleaning treatment! As easy as one-two-three, because we all know when the weather’s good, it’s time to live outside! So here are five DIY recipes and tips to go green with your spring cleaning!

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    “All-cleaning eye” multi-surface cleaner

    How to make multi-purpose cleaner? Now that the windows, toilet, floor, and air are all fresh and clean, you can handle (almost) everything else with just one product: the amazing All-cleaning eye. It smells great and makes short work of kitchen and bathroom counters, sinks, bathtubs, tables, and surfaces of all kinds! Ingredients 2 tablespoons (30 ml) Dr. Bronner’s liquid soap (scented or not) 1 tablespoon baking soda About 1 litre water (preferably demineralized, but tap water will do) 1 teaspoon essential oil “spring cleaning”: lemon, lemongrass, lemon-scented eucalyptus, tea tree, bay laurel, peppermint, true lavender in amounts of your choosing. Tools 1 1 litre bottle with trigger sprayer Measuring…

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    “Fizz for your biz” Homemade toilet bowl cleaning powder

    How to make natural toilet bowl cleaner? The John, the loo, the throne – even the crapper! We have many names for the toilet, but need just one fizzy powder to make it shine! Ingredients 120g (1/2 cup) citric acid 285g (1 cup) baking soda 1 teaspoon essential oil (equal parts lemon, lavender, lemongrass and peppermint) Tools Measuring cups or scale Teaspoon Mason jar Wooden scoop Steps to follow Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace. Measure the ingredients Mix ingredients in an airtight container. How to use Place one or two teaspoons (or small scoop, using the wooden scoop) in the toilet bow. Let fizz; wipe.

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    “Mirror, mirror on the wall…” glass and mirror cleaner

    How to make homemade window cleaner? Spattered by rain drops, streaked by dust, and besmirched by tiny fingers, our mirrors and windows take a beating throughout the year. But with just two ingredients and a few swipes with a soft cloth, you can once again enjoy the sun’s rays shining through your windows and mirrors reflecting your inner and outer beauty. Ingredients 120 ml (1/2 cup) isopropyl alcohol 120 ml (1/2 cup) water (demineralized or tap) Utensils Measuring cup Funnel 1 240 ml cosmo bottle with mister Steps to follow Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace. Measure or weigh water and alcohol. Using the funnel, pour water and alcohol…