These free printable cleaning labels will take your DIY and homemade cleaning solutions to the next level! You can print these cleaning labels out and place them on all of your cleaning sprays and containers too. They'll not only make them pretty, but help you keep track of what is in your spray bottles and containers. I've even included some blank labels so you can use them for other things as well!
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If you are a long time reader here, then you know that I love to make my own cleaning solutions, laundry formulas and share my home tips, which you can find on my Cleaning/Home Tips Page HERE! I love making my own cleaners, but sometimes it seems like they all look alike, which is not a good thing. I definitely need to be able to tell which cleaner I'm using, right? I've been wanting to design some pretty labels to go on all of my bottles, jars and other containers, but I really stink at graphic design. So, I asked my friend Diana from The Girl Creative to help me out. I gave her an idea of what I was looking for and she whipped up the CUTEST labels you've ever seen, and now you can print them out too!
I love that everything I make has a label now. Here is an example of what one of the labels looks like on my Homemade Carpet Deodorizing Powder...perfection, right?
You can adhere them to your bottles and jars in several different ways. I like to use contact paper over top of mine so they don't ruin if they get wet. You could also use spray adhesive, scotch tape or print them on adhesive label paper.
There are 4 sheets of pre-named labels and an extra sheet with blank labels so you can use them for other things as well.
I've been getting tons of questions about the containers I use, so you can find the Clear Spray Bottles HERE and the Clear Glass Jars HERE
This is an example of one of the pages. To download and print the labels for yourself, click the link below. If you try to print the above picture, your labels will come out tiny.
Download my PRINTABLE CLEANING LABELS by clicking HERE!
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How do you print out on contact paper as you suggested? Thank you!
Hi, Pamela! I don't print out the contact paper. I just print the labels on paper then cut some contact paper to fit over them and adhere them to the containers. Hope this helps! ~Jess
Kim B. says
Jessica, your website is amazing! I look forward to your e-mails and you have the greatest ideas for a healthy way to clean. I adopted healthy cleaning a few years ago and you've been able to help me expand upon it. I just printed the labels. Thank you!
Thank you so much, Kim! I'm so glad you can find what you are looking for! Let me know if you ever have any questions!
How can I get the cuffs of the sleeve clean? No matter how much I wash the sweatshirts the cuffs don't always look clean.l
I don't know if this works. My idea is to put the label on the bottle, put masking tape all around the edge to protect the bottle & spread a layer of silicon ( like you use to seal sinks etc) on it with a credit card. Hopefully that would make it stick & save it from water & oils. It might be a bit messy but you wouldn't need a lot of silicon altogether. Hope someone tries this. Btw love this site & love the tips. When I get myself sorted I am going to try the homemade cleaners. Thank you.
Also remove the masking tape before it dries.
I must be doing something wrong. I mixed the ing. for the toilet bombs and pressed it into an ice cube tray. As they sit they begin to inflate, grow, whatever. I's this right?
Hi, Carla! This is absolutely normal. They will expand. Let them expand for a bit, remove the extra to fill another tray. The expanding happens when the vinegar and baking soda work together.
Thanks for the FREE labels!!! Perfect!!!!
I got here from your toilet bombs recipe post. I love that. And these labels are wonderful, thank you!
Gary Haynes says
ThankYou for Your Info, Most Helpfull.
Dilmeran Akgoze Dunham says
What do you use to cursedly attach the cleaning labels to bottles?
I cover them with contact paper, or you can print them on sticker paper and use those!
Elsie Eten says
Hoow to print out instructions to different cleaning. Ideas. I got the labels. But can not get any more for
My recipes aren't available in print form yet, but the book will be coming out soon so you can purchase and keep them as a book if you like. Stay tuned for that! xoxo Jess