Making your own homemade cleaning solutions is a great way to clean with less toxins and more natural ingredients…they also work great too! If you are making your own homemade cleaners or using store bought cleaners and would like them to look prettier, you can store them in clear bottles and use these Free Printable Labels for Homemade Cleaners to make sure you know exactly what’s inside!
I’ve been obsessed with making my own cleaning products for years. I love that you can get your home really clean without the use of harsh chemicals like our grandmothers used to. I have found that the cleaners that I make myself work just as good if not better than store bought cleaners, and they usually only take 2-3 ingredients to make! When making your own homemade cleaning supplies, it’s really important to label them so you know exactly what is in each container. I also believe that if you are going to label something, it may as well be cute…ya know what I mean? I created these cute printable cleaning labels so you can label your homemade cleaners too, and they are totally free! I print mine on label paper, but you can totally print yours on any paper you like and either tape or glue them on or use clear contact paper over yours to make them waterproof! If you don’t own a printer or your printer is out of ink like mine is most of the time, you can send them to a store like Staples and they will print them for you on the cheap!
Homemade Cleaning Recipes
If you are interested in learning about making your own homemade cleaners, I’d be happy to answer any questions for you. You can comment below, us my Ask Jess page HERE or just send me an email at email@example.com. Below is a list of some of my favorite homemade cleaning recipes…
- Homemade Grease Cleaner
- Homemade Sink and Tub Scrub
- Homemade Window and Glass Cleaner
- Homemade All-Purpose Spray
- Homemade Bath and Shower Cleaner (soap scum buster)
- Homemade Toilet Cleaner
You can find these and tons more on my Home Cleaning Page HERE!
Free Printable Cleaning Labels
These printable cleaning labels come in a set of 3 sheets, but you can print them individually if you like. To print them, you will need to download or print the PDF version of the Cleaning Labels HERE! Printing the pictures above will not produce quality images…I just wanted you to be able to see all 3 pages :)
If your labels are likely to get wet, I recommend printing them and adhering them with a Con-Tact paper over top of them. I’ll list some contact paper below along with the other items I use for my homemade cleaners in case you’d like to purchase it online. It can be found in most grocery or bix box stores too!
Items Used for Homemade Cleaners
I get asked a ton about the items that I use when making my homemade cleaners. Most of these items can be found in stores like Target, Walmart, Kroger and more, but some have been hard to find recently. If you can’t find them in store, here are links to purchase them on Amazon.
- Clear Glass Spray Bottles
- Clear Plastic Spray Bottles
- Glass Jars (wide mouth)
- Shaker Lids for Glass Jars
- Con-Tact Paper for Labels
- Castile Soap
- Baking Soda
- Orange Essential Oil
- Distilled White Vinegar
I hope you love using these cleaning labels as much as I do!