The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit

The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit

This post is sponsored by The Libman Company but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Kids are headed back to school and the  weather will soon turn as well. More muddy shoes and paws will be entering your homes this fall, are you ready? Here are two of the  Most Important Things in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit: Homemade Floor Cleaner and a  Wonder® Mop from the Libman Company. A good mop and a pet and kid friendly floor cleaner are priorities for me as my dog spends most of her days lying on my floor. You probably have everything you need to make this homemade cleaner and a trip to any box store will provide you with the Wonder® Mop.  Don’t miss our 5 House Cleaning Hacks To Save Money post as well as Cleaning Tips With Chore Charts Ideas to get your kids involved in the cleaning process. 

The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit: Homemade Floor Cleaner

 

Each Wonder® Mop has microfiber GRIPSTRIPS™ that lift up to 20% more dirt leaving your floors cleaner. With the power wringer you will be able to remove more water from the microfiber mop head allowing your floors to dry faster so you can be back on them sooner. With the kids back in school, it’s time to get the house back in order and with the ease of this mop, cleaning the floors will no longer be a chore. 

The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit: Homemade Floor Cleaner

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The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit: Homemade Floor Cleaner

How To Make Homemade Floor Cleaner

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups warm water
  • 1/2 cup white vinegar
  • 1/4 cup rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol
  • 3 drops liquid dish soap
  • 5-10 drops essential oils (optional)

How To Use Homemade Floor Cleaner

This formula for homemade floor cleaner works equally well regardless of whether you use a bucket or spray bottle to dispense your floor cleaner as you mop. Of course, if you use a bucket, you’ll have to dump out what’s left after use, while anything left in the spray bottle can be stored in a dark, cool place for future cleanings. While this recipe is supposed to work on any floor surface, I would recommend testing a small section of your floor just in case. Change up the essential oils to meet your needs and consider lavender and lemon for a disinfecting property

Be sure to pin this so have everything you need for your Fall Cleaning Toolkit and this recipe for a Homemade Floor Cleaner

The Most Important Thing in my Fall Cleaning Toolkit: Homemade Floor Cleaner

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