My DIY essential cleaning tools

Rubber Gloves
Toxic or not I am a stickler for not getting my hands wet. I use Eco friendly rubber gloves for all most all cleaning carried out within my home

Spray Bottles / Containers
You will need to have containers to put all your DIY cleaners in. I sometimes will recycle an old bottle or occasionally I will treat myself to a nice a new one as I will constantly reuse it at home.

Glass Containers
For all powders/ tub scrubs/ tooth/ laundry powders and cosmetic lotions I tend to use Mason Jars, namely Kilner. These are easy to purchase, they are air tight, do not leach, hold essential oils and they look great.

Microfiber Brush
I find this is an essential dusting tool for those hard to reach places.

Washing up Scrubbing / Sponges
This is obvious but I use this on any dried in spillages on my wall & floor tiles, for scum in the bath along with the tub scrub and a separate one for cleaning the toilet.

Blue Cloth
This is excellent for giving surfaces the once over alongside my antibacterial cleaning spray before cooking/ cleaning out the fridge.

Hand held Steamer
I use this to clean the toilet alongside my anti bacterial cleaning spray.

Hoover, Brush and Dust Pan
I also regularly Hoover or use both a large sweeping and dust pan and brush to keep my wooden and kitchen floors mess and pet hair free.

Mop and Bucket
When the floors need a good clean I use a mop and bucket, hot water and my Green Goddess Floor Cleaner Product for a sparkling clean fresh floor and on the odd occasion I may mix it up and use my floor steamer alongside my Green Goddess Multipurpose Cleaning Spray.

Labels
These are important to name all your wonderful DIY products

A Book
To write down all your favourite recipes, this is essential when making your own products. There is nothing worse than making an amazing cream or cleaner and then having no exact measurements to recreate your favourite DIY product.

Cupboard Space
so as your making grows so does all your essential ingredients.

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