Let’s face it, there are some disgusting things on the surfaces in your house right now!
Having kids, especially once they start group activities/school, invites all sorts of weird and wonderful germs into your home.
It’s true, since Maddie came along, my list of things that “gross me out” has gotten shorter by the day (gotta love being a Mom!), but that doesn’t mean I like the idea of nasty germs taking over my home!
We started making our own cleaning wipes about a year ago, and have never looked back!
It’s so easy and fast, and you can get everything at the dollar store, enough to last weeks! And that says alot, because I use these things on everything!
Yup this is all you need!
J-Cloths (or a comparable alternative, something washable will save you the most moolah!), rubbing alcohol, Dawn dish soap, and of course…water!
I find these come in super handy when there a spill on the floor as well, since the rubbing alcohol helps it dry really fast, I don’t feel the need to quarantine the area after I’ve cleaned it!
I use this recipe to soak up to 50 cloths, then store in an airtight container, or you can simply put it in a spray bottle and wet the cloths whenever you need it!
You’re welcome! 😉
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