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There is no need to add chemicals to your home for cleaning duties. Give our all natural dusting spray recipe a try in your home. This safe to use dusting spray is perfect for everyday cleaning as well as those heavy duty spring cleaning tasks. You may already have all of the ingredients on hand to make your own batch today.

All Natural Dusting Spray Recipe Ingredients

1 tbsp olive oil
½ cup white vinegar
5 – 10 drops lemon essential oil
Spray bottle

Start by adding one tablespoon of a good quality olive oil to your spray bottle.

Measure out ½ cup of white distilled vinegar.

Add the vinegar to your spray bottle as well.

Add the lemon essential oil to your bottle. You can add from five to ten drops depending on how strong you would like it to smell. You could also use grapefruit or orange essential oil as well. The oil is really for the scent so use whichever smells best to you. I love a citrus smell in my home!

Put the lid on and shake well to mix. Remove lid and fill the bottle the rest of the way with water.

Add lid back to the bottle and shake well to mix again.

Your all natural dusting spray recipe is ready to use. Be sure to shake well before each use as oil and water will separate. Spray directly onto your furniture and use a microfiber cloth to buff immediately. Test all surfaces before use but this should work on most any surface in your apartment from high gloss finishes to wood and more.

If you love all natural cleaning recipes, you will want to try this one for all of your dusting needs. Need more ideas for all natural cleaners? Try these other alternatives to chemical cleaners. Before you know it your home will be chemical free and you will be using all natural cleaners in every room. Start with our all natural dusting spray recipe as it is super easy to make then build your supply of natural cleaning recipes. Your home and wallet will thank you for it!

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Angie blogs at The Country Chic Cottage about DIY, home decor, crafts, and recipes. When she is not blogging, you can find Angie hanging out on her farm with her hubby and three kids. Angie has a love for all things farmhouse especially mason jars. Be sure to follow along with Angie's blog for more. Visit The Country Chic Cottage

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