Homemade Quartz Countertop Cleaner

Hey, thanks for joining me today. I want to start this by saying that I am in no way an expert and you should always consult the manufacturers recommendations before using any cleaner. A quick note about quartz and granite though, never use abrasive cleaners on them. Abrasive cleaners, vinegar and bleach can damage them.

With that being said, I’m not an expert. I am a mom who is always looking for a bargain. Recently, I began looking for safer, more natural cleaners that are still effective. If you take a look at the back of most cleaners on the shelves today, you’ll see a long list of ingredients, most of which I can’t pronounce. And with Coronavirus spreading like wildfire, it’s not always easy to find cleaning products. I’ve done some research and tried different recipes for homemade cleaners and I’ll share them with you here. Today, we’ll start with Quartz countertop cleaner.

You’ll need:

1 clean and empty 16 ounce spray bottle

1/4 to 1/2 cup of rubbing alcohol

A couple drops of dishwashing liquid

Label the clean and dry spray bottle with permanent marker. I also write the recipe for the cleaner on the bottle for easier refills.

Add alcohol to the bottle, fill with water and put two drops of dishwashing liquid. Seal the bottle tightly, give it a shake and you’re ready to go.

If you prefer wipes, remove the cardboard core from a roll of paper towels, place in a container with a tight cover and pour mixture over the paper towels. Pull from the center and you’re good to go.

For reusable wipes, pour the mixture over some inexpensive wash clothes. Use, wash and reuse.

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