All Natural DIY Powdered Cleanser

I love to DIY Cleaning Products. It allows me to spend less money and have a set in each bathroom and the kitchen. This recipe for a DIY Powdered cleanser that is all natural is so easy to make and works great on tubs, sinks and toilets.

DIY Powder Cleanser an all natural cleaner that will help you scrub away stubborn stains! Pin it to make it!

I put my powdered cleanser in a mason jar I had on hand and ordered this awesome Shaker Lid. It was

 originally made for herbs. They come in packs of two and will fit any regular sized jar. They were perfect for this DIY powdered cleanser.

DIY Powder Cleanser an all natural cleaner that will help you scrub away stubborn stains! Pin it to make it!

Here is what you will need to make yours:

2 cups borax

1 cup baking soda

½ cup Citric Acid

½ cup kosher salt

20 drops Lemon essential oil

This all natural cleaner recipe can be used two ways. You can dampen the area you are cleaning with water then sprinkle on the cleanser. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes then scrub with a brush or wipe with a cloth. For really stubborn stains. Sprinkle on the cleanser then spray it with vinegar and walk away for a few minutes. You will see lots of bubbles when you apply the vinegar don't worry about that, it just means it's working!

DIY Powder Cleanser an all natural cleaner that will help you scrub away stubborn stains! Pin it to make it!

source:doTerra

I recently used it on my toilets and showers and it worked great I love it! I will never buy another powdered cleanser again! I'd love to hear what your favorite homemade cleaning product is, leave me a comment and let me know!
DIY Powder Cleanser an all natural cleaner that will help you scrub away stubborn stains! Pin it to make it!

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5 Comments

Salt also makes a great abrasive for scouring powders! And Orange Essential Oil is a favorite around here for its natural degreasing properties :)
I for one love this HOWEVER I dont know anyone who has the time to to spare to let this sit that long before you can clean.
LOL Thanks Evelyn, that is only for really rough things like dirty grout. For anything else you can use regularly.
Ianna Reign Stevenson says:
Baking soda is really useful in cleaning and removing stains, I'm a fan of this one and use it a lot. Thank you for sharing this one.