22 Daily Used Products You Can Simply Make At Home

22 Daily Used Products You Can Simply Make At Home

22 Daily Used Products You Can Simply Make At Home

Sure, you can go to the store and buy pretty much everything. Convenience is a great thing, but often when it comes to processed food, cleaning/laundry and health/beauty products, this convenience comes at a cost, and I am not just talking about the financial cost, I am also talking about the health cost…

Most of the popular everyday item we use at home can easily be made rather than going down to the shop to buy them and best of all  they are a fraction of the cost of commercial products.  Below is a list of 22 products that most people use daily, all can be made at home by yourself.

  • Natural Weed Killer

Raise your hand if you hate weeds! I totally hate weeds. Can’t stand them, and they’re always creeping up into my yard, between my pavers, everywhere! Source: hometalk.com

Natural Weed Killer


  • Homemade Ant Poison

Dealing with ants can be a pain and seems impossible, but there are ways to prevent their invasion and get rid of them in an eco-friendly way. Source: homeandgardeningideas.com


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  • Homemade Rat Poison

Rats are vermin that can spread diseases and also ruin your home’s structure. Most commercial rat poisons will kill rats, but they contain extremely toxic chemicals that also pose a risk to humans and domestic animals as well. Homemade rat poison is easy to make and is much safer for home use. Below are various rat poison recipes. Source: wikihow.com

Homemade Rat Poison


  • Natural Homemade Jewelry Cleaner

Since commercial cleaners can be expensive and are full of strong chemicals, I prefer to work with a natural, homemade jewelry cleaner. I’ve been using different methods for several years now, and this is what I’ve found to be most effective. Source: diynatural.com

Natural Homemade Jewelry Cleaner


  • Homemade Sugar Wax for Hair Removal and Smooth Skin

Sugar Waxing is a little bit different than regular waxing and it is still painful but not as much! It’s also SOOOO easy to clean up compared to other waxes. Source: sproutinghealthyhabits.com

Homemade Sugar Wax for Hair Removal and Smooth Skin


  • Homemade Febreze

Quick and easy batch of DIY Febreze without Fabric Softener. Made with quick handy ingredients, and at a fraction of the cost of normal Febreze and I would be a happy camper. Source: cincyshopper.com

Homemade Febreze


  • Homemade Furniture Dusting Spray

This homemade furniture dusting spray is one of my favorites and I really do have fun spraying it in the nooks and crannies of  the scrollwork on my furniture and watching it get nice and clean. Source: themakeyourownzone.com

Homemade Furniture Dusting Spray


  • Homemade Cooking Spray

here’s how to make your own homemade cooking spray. It’s non-toxic (no nasty propellants), it’s cheap (one less item to buy), it’s green (no more spray cans to throw away), and you can use whatever oil you wish. Source: naturesnurtureblog.com

Homemade Cooking Spray


  • Homemade Washer Fluid

Wind shield washer fluid is something every car driver uses. If you live in an area where wind shield washer fluid isn’t often on sale for $1, or if you have a do-it-yourself attitude, try making your own. Source: onegoodthingbyjillee.com

Homemade Washer Fluid


  • Super Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent

Here is an amazingly simple Do It Yourself detergent that doesn’t leave any residue on clothing, gets nearly every stain known to man out the first time around and smells clean and fresh- oh and did I mention that it costs next to nothing to make. Source: onegoodthingbyjillee.com

Super Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent


  • Homemade Dishwasher Detergent and Rinse Agent

This recipes comes in at a cost of around just  $0.05 per load which will save you a lot of money. Source: diynatural.com

Homemade Dishwasher Detergent and Rinse Agent

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