DIY Lysol Cleaner
How many of you have had the flu, cold, or goodness even those little boy poor aiming situations happen in your home? Those invisible little buggers wreck havoc on our homes. Sending in an army of invaders that sit down make camp. Bringing about sniffles, coughs, tummy aches, diarrhea, and so much more. This winter we have been having a really tough time of the colds and the flu through our nine family home. The weather has been cold and warm, snow and rain throughout it. No wonder everyone is sick. Here is a great recipe that I found at Stacy Russell's <a href="http://www.alesstoxiclife.com/health/try-instead-toxic-lysol/>Blog</a>. It works great and smells amazing. The thing that matters to me most is that there are no harmful chemicals in it that can harm our family. Everything is all natural and I can use it with a clear conscience.
Lysol has so many harmful chemicals in it. Here are a few and why they are bad for you.
Now that is enough of all that scientific stuff. On to the actual recipe for the all natural disinfectant cleaner.
Mix the 16 ounces distilled water and the 2 ounces witch hazel together.
Add these essential oils together or your own blend of antibacterial and antiviral therapeutic action essential oils. I get our essential oils from <a href="https://www.planttherapy.com/">Plant Therapy</a> and <a href="https://www.youngliving.com/en_US">Young Living</a>.
I put our finished product in a plastic spray bottle. It is preferable to use glass when adding essential oils, but we have lots of little ones. The solution is made up and used so quick as we have a lot of people and they travel to school, work and the barn, plus the animals. It is good to keep it cleaned.
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