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  1. sharon

    Love it, especially the final pic of the glass bottle standing triumphantly against the cloud filled sky. Pretty funny … ingenious to say the least.

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  1. […] If making your own all-natural house cleaners is a new thing for you, then you probably have a dozen spray bottles and bins of brand name cleaning products in your hall closet. Look for the empty to almost empty ones and reuse them to test out your all-natural cleaners. Empty shampoo, conditioner and big lotion bottles work well for these cleaners. If you need a spray nozzle, I recommend going to Goodwill or a second hand store first to look for one, otherwise they can be purchased at any home store. If you want to get really crafty here’s a great tutorial for a DIY spray bottle made from a mason jar. […]

  2. […] are glass spray bottles you can buy (I’ve even seen ones that you can craft your own like this one from Crunchy Betty). Some people add a squirt of dish soap, though I’ve found it unnecessary […]

  3. […] A note about stainless steel spray bottles: this is my personal preference as I am concerned with reusing plastic bottles too many times and chemicals leaching out from the bottles into the cleaners. You could also use glass if this is a concern. At first I simply re-used old plastic cleaning bottles (old glass-cleaner spraying bottles and dish soap bottles). (ps. Turn a mason jar into a spray bottle!) […]

  4. […] If making your own all-natural house cleaners is a new thing for you, then you probably have a dozen spray bottles and bins of brand name cleaning products in your hall closet. Look for the empty to almost empty ones and reuse them to test out your all-natural cleaners. Empty shampoo, conditioner and big lotion bottles work well for these cleaners. If you need a spray nozzle, I recommend going to Goodwill or a second hand store first to look for one, otherwise they can be purchased at any home store. If you want to get really crafty here’s a great tutorial for a DIY spray bottle made from a mason jar. […]

  5. […] and inexpensive. Plus, bottles you already have on hand can be reused to try them out, or you can make your own with a glass […]



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