Posted on 10 Comments

How to Make a Castile Soap Household Cleaner Spray

Loading ....


Making a Castile soap spray for general house cleaning couldn’t be easier. Please remember to label your spray bottles, so you don’t get them mixed up! Once you get fully established with homemade cleaners, you’ll have several spray bottle solutions in your cupboard.

What you need:
1 Quart (1 L) Spray Bottle filled with water
Add ¼ c. (60 mL) Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap – your favorite scent
Optional: Add 10-20 drops of tea tree essential oil – tea tree for an extra cleaning punch, and any other essential oil that makes you happy

Visit my blog, “Going Green with a Bronner Mom” at .
Shop Dr. Bronner’s products at .

 

Loading ....

10 thoughts on “How to Make a Castile Soap Household Cleaner Spray

  1. Do u recommend it to clean hardwood floors?

    1. Lisa Bronner Thank you so much for responding and I will do just that!

    2. Hi Tamia- Yes. For mopping, use a more diluted version of 1/2 cup Castile Soap in 3 gallons of water. Works great on hardwood floors, just mop up any puddles or excess water.

  2. will this work as a disinfectant spray with COVID-19 prevention?

    1. Hi Kate- To help prevent the spread of germs on household surfaces, the CDC recommends a two-step process of cleaning followed by disinfecting. For cleaning, they are recommending a general household cleaner or detergent and water prior to the second step of disinfection. The All-Purpose Spray made with either Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soaps and Sal Suds Biodegradable Cleaner makes an effective general household cleaner. Detergents and soaps, including our Pure-Castile Soap and Sal Suds, work effectively by attaching to dirt, germs, and grime and rinsing them away, leaving clean surfaces behind. Dr. Bronner’s soap products are effective cleaners but are not disinfectants since they do not contain a pesticide and do not kill, but instead remove germs, dirt and grime from surfaces. Disinfectants are chemicals used on hard surfaces and are registered with the EPA. The CDC lists recommended disinfectants on its website.

  3. Do you have to rinse after using the cleaner> Thanks!

    1. Hi Juniper- Just wipe with a damp cloth.

  4. i can’t wait to try this! thanks!

  5. Quarter cup tea tree soap to how much water in that sprayer bottle? I love your products by the way

  6. Hey Lisa i love this!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Update

Global Total
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Affected Countries

Total in USA
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

Asia
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

North America
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

South America
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

Europe
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

Africa
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million

Oceania
Last update on:
Cases

Deaths

Recovered

Active

Cases Today

Deaths Today

Critical

Cases Per Million