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How To Make Homemade Cleaning Products

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How To Make Homemade Cleaning Products

We are all becoming more and more environmentally conscious. Whether this is looking at what we eat, how we can repurpose old furniture or even how we can make our own homemade cleaning products without using harmful and toxic chemicals. 

As we believe that cleaning shouldn’t cost the earth, the brains behind Green Heart Clean have put together 5 quick and easy DIY recipes for your very own homemade cleaning products.

1. Multi-Purpose Spray

This spray can help replace many cleaning products you may already have! This multi-purpose can also be used in the bathroom as well!  All you need is 2/3 ingredients:


  • Hot water
  • 1/4 Cup of white vinegar
  • 2 Tbsp of castile soap or any eco-friendly washing up liquid!
  • 1 Tbsp Borax (optional)


Fill a spray bottle ( we suggest this one) with the white vinegar and soap and fill the rest of the bottle with hot water. Ta-da your very own homemade multi-purpose spray.

Homemade multi purpose spray
2. Glass & Window Cleaner

Looking for an eco streakless window/glass cleaner? We might have the perfect recipe for your homemade cleaning products kit.


  • Hot water
  • 1 cup White vinager
  • Essential oils (optional)


Fill a spray bottle with 1 cup of white vinegar then fill the rest with hot water. Add a few drops of essential oil for an extra touch. Shake well then you’re good to go!

Homemade window cleaning
3. Toilet Cleaner

Help make your toilets shine with our homemade toilet cleaner!


  • Hot water
  • 1/2 Cup baking soda
  • 1/2 Cup castile soap
  • Lavender oil


With a spray bottle, fill it up with the Casile soap, hot water and lavender oil. Then add your baking soda and shake well to mix the ingredients together. Now it’s ready to make your toilet shine. We recommended leaving for 10 minutes after applying.

homemade toilet cleaner
4. Oven Degreaser

Cleaning ovens isn’t fun. Especially when it involves all those harmful chemicals that make it hard to stand in the same room, let alone by the oven. Our homemade oven cleaner can help make cleaning ovens fun again!


  • Hot water
  • White vinegar 
  • Baking soda


Preheat your oven to loosen up any built-up grime for 30 minutes, once slightly cooled, spray some white vinegar over the inside of your oven. Once a couple of minutes has passed, you can begin to wipe away all the built-up grime and old burnt food. 

If this doesn’t work, before the above steps trying sprinkling baking soda in the oven, spray with water and leave overnight!

homemade oven cleaner
5. Sink Hole Cleaner

Does your sinkhole sometimes smell? But don’t want to pour a bunch of chemicals down the drain hole? We have a full around the products that can help remove that odour!


  • Hot water
  • 1/2 Baking Soda
  • 1/3 cup white vinegar 
  • Lavender oil 


Pour 1/2 Baking soda over your sinkhole, then either spray or pour 1/3 white vinegar over the top of the baking soda. Add a few drops of lavender oil then pour a whole kettle full of hot water down the sinkhole.  Allow the mixture to foam up, then it will fall down your sink hole.

sink hole cleaner

Don’t have the time to make your own homemade cleaning products but want to be more environmentally conscious?

We have a range of products that will save you time and the environment. 

Bio-D Multi Surface Sanitiser 5 Litre

If you love cleaning, you will love this Bio-D Multi Surface Sanitiser. We have used it many times, it is a wonder product on sinks, baths, cookers, floors, tiles, work surfaces and paintwork 

Anti-Bacterial Bamboo Wipes

Plastic-free wipes are made from sustainable Bamboo and is naturally hypoallergenic. Kind to your skin but tough on germs. 99.9% purified water and plant-derived  antibacterial cleaning agents

Bio - D Bathroom Cleaner (500 ml)

ultra-effective and tough on limescale and watermarks. An essential for every bathroom and can be used on Glass, Ceramics, Perspex, Chrome and most non-porous surfaces. Just squirt, wait and wipe. 

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