Y4 – Day 362 – Spring Cleaning part 2

The formula works, and I tested it for over thirty years. In fact, I washed walls, floors and kept counters clean with this cleanser, throughout my entire adult life. I shared the directions so many times and today, the secret, is yours. The simple preparations include re-using an old plastic spray container you emptied and rinsed out or buy a new refillable bottle. I keep several scents and spray bottles around the house. I invent different combinations and encourage you to add or subtract, to make it your own as well. From now on, I invite you to select this as your new, cheap, environmental, non-hazardous all-purpose spray cleaner. I guarantee these instructions are fool proof. Make sure to read, incorporate and act on today’s THINK ACTION this year!

You will need:
1 funnel and 1 24-32-ounce spray bottle, glass or recycled plastic
1 1/2 cups distilled white vinegar
1 1/2 cups filtered or spring water
1-3 teaspoons biodegradable dish soap, and 20- 30 drops essential oil
– I recommend tea tree as a base (at least 10 drops) because of tea tree’s antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic and antiviral properties. I then add eucalyptus, lemon, peppermint or orange as a general rule, but a plethora of other pleasant and wholesome scents exist so you could include bergamot, geranium, jasmine, lavender, rose, pine, cedarwood or cinnamon to name a few.
Place ingredients into the bottle using a funnel, reserving the dish soap for last (or it will overflow with lather). Shake often while using as it has no preservatives to keep it blended and will naturally separate. It lasts at least a year.

I honor and cleanse my surroundings with a smile.

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