Hi Amy, when I made the all purpose spray cleaner, the vinegar reacted w/the dry ingredients much like it does w/baking soda. After it stopped fizzing, some solid-type particles remained in the cleaning solution. Is this normal? I love the way the cleaner works, and so far it hasn’t clogged my spray bottle. I am going to use the all purpose cleaner for these wipes…love the idea of my boys using the wipes to clean up after themselves! Thanks for all of these natural cleaning recipes and ideas :)! Julie
You can easily wipes for cleaning for much less than you can buy commercial wipes. You can either use paper towels in the cleaning solution or, for an even more eco-friendly alternative, use washcloths. The washcloths can be washed after use and then reused.
Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes clean and disinfect at the same time. When you use a sponge, dishrag or even paper towel, you can spread bacteria from one surface to another. Instead of killing germs, you are pushing them around and possibly increasing the contaminated area.
Those things are bad news bears though. When I was teaching I used the wipes to clean my classroom and I’d always wear gloves because I hated my hand touching the wipe since I knew it was full of nasty junk. They’re popular in church nurseries too for wiping down the toys after the babies chew on them but honestly I’m less concerned about the germs and more concerned about the chemicals the wipes are getting on/in my baby! Yikes! So having a DIY homemade alternative makes me super happy.