Cut out the chemicals with these DIYS for all natural cleaning products you can try at home. We’ve put together eight simple tips and tricks you can use to clean your home with non-toxic products that you can mix up yourself.

1. All Purpose Cleaner

If you’re looking to ease your way into chemical free cleaning, start with an all purpose cleaner that you can use in every room of your house and on multiple surfaces. Mix up a bottle of this spray from HGTV to use on your countertops, sinks, and floors.

2. Bathroom Cleaning Wipes

No one likes cleaning the bathroom. It’s dirty, germy, and gross. But you can create a homemade wipe to make this chore a little easier. This DIY natural cleaning product from Pop Sugar can be used for your bathroom countertops, sink, and mirror.

3. Garbage Disposal

Garbage disposals are easy to get dirty and hard to clean. And no one wants to stick their hand down the sink (yuck!). While you can put lemon and orange peels down the disposal to make it smell fresh, here’s a great way to clean the blades from

4. Glass Cleaner

Glass can be a pain to clean without leaving streaks or smudges. Use this all natural recipe from Real Simple:

5. Dishwasher Detergent

Instead of spending a lot of money on name-brand dishwasher detergent, make your own with the help of Keeper of the Home:

6. Wood Polish

Space can be tight in an apartment, and cleaning supplies take up a lot of room. Instead of buying or making an entire bottle of wood polish that you rarely use, make a single batch with this Apartment Therapy mixture:

7. Tile Cleaner

It’s hard to get down on your hands and knees and scrub your tile — but it has to be done every once in awhile. Rodale’s OrganicLife has an easy mixture you can make yourself:

8. Oven Cleaner

When your oven needs a little elbow grease, Organic Authority suggests turning your attention to salt, water, and vinegar. Here’s what you need to do:

It’s pretty easy to make DIY natural cleaning products, and you probably already have most of the ingredients in your kitchen. 

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