Sooooo, we’re currently nine months in, and it doesn’t look like this thing is going away any time soon. And by thing, I mean that thing that rhymes with TOVID 😝 Here’s what I’ve used to make a disinfectant spray when I haven’t been able to get my hands on isopropyl alcohol for this other Lysol recipe. And it’s still compliant with the CDC’s guidelines, hurrah! Here’s how to make your own Lysol. Can you believe it’s only a 2 ingredient recipe?! Please enjoy.
What you need
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- An effective disinfectant
- Safe for multipurpose use without any of the toxicity
- In line with the CDC guidelines
- An environmentally-friendly, yet effective cleaner
- Extremely versatile at cleaning, disinfecting and so much more!
- An economical option with a long shelf life
- Supports healthy immune and respiratory function
- Protects against environmental threats, such as influenza
- Supports the body’s natural antioxidant defenses
- Energizing and uplifting aroma
- Optional, but highly recommended
- Dispenses like an aerosol without any of the hazardous or toxic chemicals
- Goodness knows how, but the spray is consistent and long-lasting with only a few pumps
- I love that this bottle is re-usable and has so many applications around the house
How to make
- Remove the nozzle on your spray bottle and add your funnel
- Get ready to add 7 ounces of 151 proof alcohol
- Next, add 2 tbsps of white vinegar
- Optional, but highly recommended, add 30 drops of OnGuard essential oil
- Screw back on the nozzle and shake to combine
- All done!
Ways to use
- Hold down the handle to thoroughly spray ⏤ door knobs, light switches, toilet handles and toilet seats to name a few
- Allow to dry completely
- Enjoy less germies on your stuff!
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