DIY Wood Floor Cleaner
Sorry it’s been a little while since my last post. It’s been a crazy whirlwind sort of few weeks. We found out that we are expecting a little boy! We are very excited to add to our family and very excited that we will soon have a daughter and a new little son! Then I caught the worst cold I’ve had in years. I’m usually up and back to work or working around the house within a day. But this one took me out for 3 days of work and has me still lingering with congestion. Thank goodness I have some oils that are safe to use during pregnancy. When I was pregnant with my daughter I didn’t have that and chose not to use any over the counter meds. (A little side note, I started using protective blend essential oil on my daughter and husband when they started to feel a little cold coming on while I was sick. Now a week later, they are both still running like a champ! Unfortunate, I don’t feel comfortable using protective blend while pregnant. I did have it diffusing in my diffuser for the last week though. If you have questions about why I choose not to use it during pregnancy, let me know!)
Anyway, on to my post. I have a refillable floor cleaner and have been using a variety of items trying to clean my floors. This is what I’ve found that works the best. I’m not absolutely in love with it as I feel it sometimes leaves streaks. But I’m not sure if that’s my mop cleaner or the solution itself. So if any of you have suggestions or recipes you’ve tried, let me know! I’d love to give them a try.
Roughly 16oz of water
1 tablespoon of Vinegar
3-5 drops of Essential oil (I chose Lemon for extra cleaning power)
A squirt of Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap (I added this midway through trying to further eliminate any streaking)
My before photos