Have you ever thought to yourself, “My goodness, I’m ruining the planet with all of these Clorox wet wipes I’m using?”
I have. So I decided to start making my own. This’ll save both money and the environment!
You will need:
- A jar or container (big enough to hold all your washcloths!)
- 2 tablespoons liquid detergent
- ¼ cup rubbing alcohol
- 1 cup water
My container was so big that I actually quadrupled my amounts of detergent, rubbing alcohol, and water to cover all the washcloths. But that turned out to be a mistake — it made my wipes way too sudsy.
Basically, learn from my mistakes. There’s no need to load up on ingredients, no matter how many washcloths you use.
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- How to rid your towels of mildew
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- Use ammonia to clean your filthy burners
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- Spritz this DIY shower spray every day to avoid mildew buildup
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