Have you started your Spring cleaning, yet?
Spring is the perfect time of the year to overhaul the whole house. After all, with the season comes newness… freshness, right?
I take this time to not only thoroughly deep clean my home, but also to declutter every nook and cranny.
When I declutter, I find that I seem to have more space and my house looks cleaner without all that clutter!
After I eliminate the chaos, I organize and then get my cleaning party on.
This year, I’ve spent time scouring Pinterest for cleaning tips. And, did I find some awesome pins!
Not only have I found new ways to clean, but I have also found ways to save money! Why buy new, when you can just clean the old? Why buy pricey cleaning products when you can make your own DIY cleaning solutions?
I wanted to share my findings with you so that you can also save money while cleaning, too. Below, you’ll find some excellent money-saving cleaning tips for your cleaning festivities. Here’s to clean and sparkly spaces!
DIY Scrubbing Cleanser
Homemade Glass Cleaner
Cut Your Sponges in Half
Reusable Disinfecting Wipes
All-Natural Homemade Floor Cleaner
DIY Upholstery & Carpet Cleaner
Recipe to remove Adhesive Residue
Homemade Deodorizing Spray
Homemade Glass Cleaner Wipes
How to Clean Toys
with Hydrogen Peroxide
Homemade Powdered Laundry Soap
DIY Furniture Polish
Homemade Drain Cleaner
Homemade Leather Furniture Cleaner
Clean Your Washer
DIY Microfiber Cleaner
Miracle Kitchen Cleaner
Homemade Grout Cleaner
DIY Stain Removers
DIY Stainless Steel Cleaner
Homemade Silver Cleaner
Natural Dusting Spray
Homemade Granite Cleaner
DIY Dishwasher Detergent
Homemade Oven Cleaner
DIY Bathroom Cleaners
Clean with Lemons!
Clean with Baking Soda!
Clean with Vinegar!
If you like to overhaul and organize your garage during your annual Spring cleaning, be sure to check out our 25 DIY Garage Organization Ideas! You won’t want to miss these fab ideas.
What are some money-saving cleaning tips that you could give our readers? What are some money-saving cleaning tips that you could give our readers?
What are some money-saving cleaning tips that you could give our readers?
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Suzanna F says
These are great tips, thank you for sharing! I love using home-made cleaning solutions as they are really good on the wallet and your home and environment too. Vinegar has been my best friend when it comes to cleaning! I love using microfiber cloths for cleaning instead of paper towels as I can use them over and over again and save money and trees. I was familiar with many of the tips from this post, but for some reason never thought of cutting sponges in half, what a great idea; I am going to do that from now on as we go through them fast. Also, I’m definitely going to try the microfiber furniture cleaning solution. We recently moved and almost threw away our old microfiber couches: they are functional but have a lot of stains. We ended up deciding to keep them for now thinking that perhaps we can buy slipcovers, or that we can always throw them away later if we decided to buy new couches . Well, one of them has been sitting in our garage since we moved. I’m going to try the solution and if it really works, we will have saved thousands by not having to buy new couches!
If I spent all my time making these cleaners I’d never get my Spring Cleaning done. I have made laundry soap and it is hard to keep it from separating and you must have a very large container to put it in. I only made it once. I have come to the conclusion that not everything is worth making myself my life is too busy to do it all. Although I did see some tips here that I really like and will be trying them out. Thanks for posting this article.
I agree that making liquid laundry soap is messy and it does separate. However, I make powdered laundry detergent for my family of five, four messy kids. I make 3 batches a year and love the ease of making it myself and how much money I’m saving.
Janet Fazio says
Windex for microfiber? I never would have thought of that. Thanks for the tip!
I cut “Magic Erasers” in quarters. I never use more than that for a job!