How To Make Reusable Peppermint Kitchen Wipes

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How To Make Reusable Peppermint Kitchen Wipes
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Regular store-bought “cleaning wipes” may contain chemical ingredients with varying degrees of toxicity; and even unknown ingredients labeled under “blanket terms” such as “fragrance”, which may contain hundreds of petrochemical-derived ingredients.
So if you are looking to avoid such toxins, then you will love this idea for making your own cleaning wipes that we recently discovered. Not only are these wipes simple and really inexpensive to make, but they are all-natural – using essential oils! They are also super eco-friendly, being both made from recycled materials and reusable. You can add your own essential oils but some of the ones suggested (citrus oils, peppermint) are known for their cleaning effects and refreshing fragrance). Many essential oils are antimicrobial – such as tea tree and eucalyptus.
Another benefit of using peppermint is that it is a natural deterrent to a number of insects! So it is great for help you keep your kitchen free of ants and other bugs.
I really love this idea, it’s really simple, totally eco-friendly and “makes sense” on so many levels.
Ok here is the link to the original tutorial:
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6 thoughts on “How To Make Reusable Peppermint Kitchen Wipes

  1. BTW, if you soak a cotton ball in peppermint oil, it keeps mice away! We live in the country and all I have to do is use a few drops of EO on a cotton ball, put it under the kitchen sink and no more mice. So much more humane than traps and poison and safer for the family too.

  2. I have a problem with light brown sugar ants, I am permanantly cleaning dishes and wiping surfaces plus sweeping the floor so as not to encoursge them, I did find ehere they lived in the kitchen wall and put bicarbonate of soda over the entrace, it worked for a while but they are now back, any suggestions will be gratefully received. Many thanks,

  3. To those who ask if this is pet friendly….yes, very. Peppermint oil, rosemary oil, lavender and several others are pet friendly (and even beneficial when added to their diet). Citrus can be dangerous if ingested by pets. Castile soap is pet friendly as well!

  4. Chrissie,
    I’m not sure of the answer but I have seen it somewhere.

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