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These 6 DIY Natural Sprays Are A Must-Have For Your Cleaning Arsenal

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Not fond of the chemical smell in cleaning products? Are you worried store-bought cleaning liquids might harm your furniture and surface? You won’t need to worry when you make your own DIY cleaning sprays.

Read on as we share with you different and efficient cleaning sprays that you can make with items straight from the supermarket.

Find out how you can make different sprays by clicking the categories below:

  1. Glass
  2. Kitchen
  3. Wood
  4. Dust repellent 
  5. Mould
  6. Fabric cleaner 
  7. Room freshener

1. Glass Cleaner


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Unbeknownst to many, glass can accumulate a lot of dirt over time without much notice. When you actually think about the potential water spots, dirt and dust that lay dormant, you may feel more inclined to clean them more often.

What You’ll Need:

  • 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol — Polishes glass surfaces to give it a streak-free look. 
  • 3 tbsp white vinegar — Removes dirt and stains. 
  • 1 cup water

This recipe makes about 350 ml of solution.


  1. Combine the rubbing alcohol, white vinegar and water in a bowl. 
  2. Fill an empty spray bottle and shake well.
  3. Spray and wipe on the glass surface.

Tip: Use a window squeegee/wiper to clean from the top of your windows to the bottom.


2. All-Purpose Kitchen Spray 

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If you use your kitchen often, a lack of cleaning can affect its overall look. Use a DIY all-purpose kitchen spray to disinfect your counters and stovetops.

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup white vinegar — Removes dirt and microbes. 
  • 2 tbsp of liquid soap — Removes general stains. 
  • 2 cups warm water
  • 1 tbsp baking soda — Gentle abrasive for stubborn/tough stains. 
  • Essential oil (optional)  — Helps mask the smell of vinegar. Citrus is recommended as it has a refreshing scent.

This recipe makes about 900 ml of solution.


  1. Add vinegar, 2 tablespoons of liquid soap and baking soda in a spray bottle. Fill with warm water up to the bottom of the neck bottle.
  2. Add essential oil. (Optional) 
  3. Shake the spray bottle well. 
  4. Dampen a microfibre cloth with warm water and spray solution onto the counter and wipe.
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Check out the video below to make an easy kitchen spray:

Got greasy kitchen hoods? See how you can clean your kitchen hoods (and hobs!) here.

3. Wood Furniture Polish

Other than just general cleanliness, It’s important to spray and clean your wood furniture so it can retain its natural shine.

Follow the video tutorial above to clean and polish your wood furniture:

What You’ll Need:

  • Half a cup of olive oil/avocado oil/jojoba oil — Polishes wood.
  • 1-2 tbsp white vinegar — Removes dirt and stains from surfaces.
  • 5 drops of lemon essential oil — Helps disinfect and remove sticky residues on furniture

This recipe makes about 300 ml of solution.


  1. Combine ingredients in a spray bottle/jar. Shake well before using.
  2. Pour it on a cleaning cloth and wipe on wood surface
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4. Dust Repellent Spray


What You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup water
  • 1/4 cup white vinegar — Degreaser and removes grime.
  • 2 tsp olive oil — Helps in creating a thin layer on surface that repels dust.
  • 10 to 15 drops of tea tree oil (optional)

This recipe makes about 350 ml of solution.


  1. Use a funnel to combine ingredients in a spray bottle. 
  2. Shake well. 
  3. Dampen a microfiber cloth and spray surface. Wipe thoroughly.

Dust can gather in many parts of your home, coating your TV stands to the finicky corners of your coffee table. Check out how we DIY-ed and tested the dusting spray’s effectiveness here.

5. Mould Remover


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Mould is invasive and can harm your furniture when not dealt with. This fungus thrives in moist and damp areas like your bathroom. Stave away mould growth by making a simple natural cleaning spray:

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 cup white vinegar — Kills off mould spores.
  • 10 drops of tea tree oil — Antifungal.
  • 10 drops of lemon essential oil — Anti-fungal and scent booster.

This recipe makes about 350 ml of solution.*


  1. Combine ingredients into a spray bottle. 
  2. Spray solution onto affected area and let sit for 10 minutes. 
  3. Scrub and wipe away mould. 
  4. Allow the area to dry.

6. Fabric Stain Remover

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Tough stains can be a pain to manage, especially if it’s on your favourite shirt or on your bed. Unsightly spots can come in the form of food stains, wine, deodorant or dirt in general. Make the recipe below to scrub out general stains from your clothing:

What You’ll Need:

  • 6 tsp/30 ml of liquid dish soap 
  • 1/2 cup of white vinegar
  • 20 drops of lemon essential (optional) – Natural disinfectant and improves fragrance.

This recipe makes about 150 ml of solution.*


  1. Combine ingredients into a spray bottle.
  2. Dampen the stained clothing with water.
  3. Lightly spritz area of choice. Scrub well.

To tackle different clothing stains, check out how to get rid of them here!

Tip: Label your DIY sprays to make it easy to track and identify them in your house.


7. Bonus! Fragrance Room Sprays

Make your household smell fresh and fragrant by making your own home fragrances sprays. Try making this classic homemade citrus fragrance perfect for any room:

What You’ll Need:

  • 1:1 ratio of water and rubbing alcohol — Rubbing alcohol helps water evaporate faster and kills bacteria.
  • 20 drops of essential oil — Smell is up to you, recommendations include: lemon, lavender, orange or lemongrass.

This recipe makes about 200 ml of solution.


  1. Simply combine ingredients in a spray bottle and shake well.
  2. Spray around your home!

Tip: Apply fragrance sprays on fabrics for a longer-lasting smell. 

If you’re looking for more home fragrance sprays, check out this list of all-time favourites that homeowners love!

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Effective DIY cleaning sprays can help get rid of them and keep your household fresh and fragrant. Tell us down below if these recipes helped you spray away stubborn stains. Are there other DIY cleaning sprays you’ve tried out that aren’t on the list?

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