These adorable free printable labels include a recipe for an all-natural cleaning solution. These work perfectly for either glass or plastic spray bottles and you’ll never have to guess what is in the bottle again!
You can ditch harsh chemicals and use effective Natural Cleaning Solutions for almost all areas of your home. You are left with only items that you recognize and are healthier to your home, family and pets. The added bonus is always that you are in control of what you are cleaning your home with. Plus-you are saving so much money that you won’t believe it.
Free Cleaning Labels
We decided to put four of our most common recipes on labels for your quick reference. As a bonus, we added a set of blank ones for you to use on recipes that you want to add. I love doing this so I know exactly what I put in each bottle, otherwise they can all tend to look the same You may want to write out on the labels for the Heavy Duty Cleaning Spray, Homemade Natural Disinfectant Spray, and 20 Additional Natural Cleaners that include carpet fresheners, garbage disposal cleaners and homemade cleaning wipes and use them when you are doing your Daily Cleaning Checklist!
Who wants their house to be chemical free, smell amazing, and sparkle with minimal effort? We’ve got you covered with these Natural Cleaning Solutions with Free Printable Labels.
Natural Cleaning Basics
You need to start off by having some basics in your house to make all of the natural cleaning solutions we talk about here at Cut the Grime. Some of them are a one time purchase and others you buy as you go. Nevertheless, all of them are easily found and very inexpensive to purchase. You’ll notice as you begin to make a few of the solutions that may use similar ingredients-just in different quantities.
White Vinegar-look at buying this in gallon sizes and buy 2-3 at a time so you don’t run out.
Hydrogen Peroxide-look at buying this in the larger containers and buy 2-3 at a time as well.
Rubbing Alcohol-grab one or two of these as they are effective in getting rid of fruit flies, cleaning blinds, removing stubborn stickers and more.
Baking Soda-I buy a couple just for my cleaning that are separate from my cooking ones. You can go through a lot so I tend to buy them 3-4 at a time. They are so cheap!
Lemon Juice-I tend to have lemons on hand in my house a lot but you can also use the jar of lemon juice that you keep in your refrigerator. I like using them as well so I am never out when I need to get a solution whipped up.
Borax-I buy one box at a time for this one.
Essential Oils-I tend to buy Tea Tree, Peppermint, Lavender, Lemongrass, Lemon and Orange.
⏲️ Countertop Cleaner
This will become your “go-to” kitchen counter cleaner! It’s fresh scent is great but it cuts down the grime in the kitchen quickly without much fuss. Make a batch and see how much your kitchen cleans up quickly and easily.
🧽 Bathroom Cleaner
Make a batch of this to keep in each bathroom for quick and easy cleaning on a daily basis before the grime really starts getting gross and disgusting.
🧹 Glass Cleaner
If you want to make sure that your glass is sparkling clean, white vinegar has always been known to do the trick! This concoction just takes it up another notch and smells incredible! If you want to make sure there are no streaks, make sure to use a squeegee, newspapers or a lint free towel. Paper towels work a lot of time as well but can create streaks so it is a last option for most.
👕 Stain Remover
This DIY recipe is great for getting out most stains from your clothing. It is cheap and easy to make and I found it just as effective as store-bought varieties. Keep a bottle in your laundry room.
I’m so excited for you to try these out and let us know how they worked out for you! Did you like the effectiveness of them? How was the smell? Or was this just adding new natural cleaners to your already baseline of cleaners you have already established in your home? Let us know how it went!
🖨️ Grab and Print
Filled Out Version
Grab the pre-filled out version of the labels.
Grab the blank labels and write them in yourself
Step One: To print, add a piece of sticker paper to your printer. That way, you don’t have to worry about aligning the exact Avery label sizes.
Step Two: Cut out the labels when you are done.
Natural Cleaning Labels
- 1 cup Water
- ½ tsp Lemon Juice
- 2 tbsp White Vinegar
- 5 drops Lemon Essential Oil
- 5 drops Lavender Essential Oil
- 1 ¼ cup Water
- ½ cup Lemon Juice
- 1 cup White Vinegar
- 2 tbsp Baking Soda
- ¼ cup Liquid Dish Soap
- 5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
- 5 drops Lavender Essential Oil
- ½ cup Water
- ½ cup White Vinegar
- 2 drops Liquid Dish Soap
- 3 drops Lemon Essential Oil
- 3 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
- 1 cup Hydrogen Peroxide
- ½ cup Liquid Dishwashing Soap
- For all of these recipes, simply combine the ingredients in a small bottle. I prefer to use glass spray bottles, but any one will do.
- Print the labels and affix them to the bottle so you know what is inside and how to refill it.
- If you have your own recipes for homemade cleaners, then print the blank version and write in the ingredients.