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If it always seems like cold season in your home, then you need something to keep the germs and bacteria at bay. Try this Peppermint Antibacterial DIY Cleaning Spray for a handy tool to keep your home clean. Not only does peppermint essential oil smell fresh, but it also has antibacterial fighting properties. This is an affordable, natural cleaning recipe that can be used as an all-purpose cleaner for the whole house. It’s also incredibly easy to make; you only need five ingredients! Make sure to shake the bottle well before each use.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Primary TechniqueDIY Craft
Project TypeMake a Project
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Can peppermint oil be used for cleaning? Yes! Like tea tree oil, peppermint oil has natural disinfectant properties. It can be a great addition to natural cleaning products.
Can you mix vinegar and peppermint oil? Yes. For a great natural household cleaner, mix equal parts white vinegar and distilled water in an 8 oz. spray bottle. Add 10-15 drops of peppermint essential oil and enjoy! Use on hard, nonporous surfaces like countertops, door handles, and more.
Important! Use caution with granite or natural stone countertops! Peppermint oil and other types of natural cleaners, especially vinegar, can damage natural stone.
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