Wednesday, December 7, 2016

DIY Wipes


In this video Kathryn shows you how to make both DIY Lysol wipes and a natural cutting board cleaner. Below are the recipes.

Granite | Counter Top Wipe | Bathroom Wipes


12 oz water
4 drops of dishsoap
1/4 cup rubbing alcohol
1 good quality roll of papertowel container with lid
  1. Cut the Roll of paper towel in half.
  2. Place it in the container
  3. Mix together the water, dishsoap and alcohol.
  4. Pour over the paper towel a little at a time giving it time to absorb it.
  5. When saturated, pull out cardboard tube.
  6. From the center pull out the paper towel.

Cutting Board Wipes | Disinfectant

1 cup water
1 cup white vinegar
  1. Cut the Roll of paper towel in half.
  2. Place it in the container
  3. Mix together the water and vinegar.
  4. Pour over the paper towel a little at a time giving it time to absorb it,
  5. When saturated, pull out cardboard tube.
  6. From the center pull out the paper towel.
Need a label for your container? Here  are some I made. 
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Last Edited on 12/07/2016

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