Low-cost wipe that cleans more thoroughly than most?

If you're looking for low-cost countertop wipes that are natural and don't contain harsh chemicals, I got the hookup for you!

From my friend, Kerry Mathes. I love all these recipes! πŸ™ŒπŸ»

β˜€οΈIt only took me about 10 minutes to make 3 packs of Thieves wipes! It's what I use instead of a Lysol or Clorox bleach wipe. They clean, but with NONE of the harmful side-effects! I usually keep a container in the kitchen and then one in each of our bathrooms. They're fabulous for quickly wiping down surfaces. Wipe and toss!

PS - If you're like me and don't love the idea of a throwaway wipe, just fill the container with cheap washcloths. And then just toss them in your laundry when you do a load. It's that easy. I typically use baby washcloths; they're perfect for this job!

πŸ’›Here's how make them:

πŸ”ΆI use 3 of the disposal round containers. ( You can find them in your grocery store in the food storage aisle, by the bags & foil ). She used regular coffee filters but you could use unbleached, for a reduced toxin load.

πŸ”ΈFill one container with warm water.
Add two capfuls of Thieves Household Cleaner to the water and stir.

πŸ”ΈFill the two empty containers with coffee filters. If you wiggle/shuffle them around a bit, you can more easily separate them later.

πŸ”ΈPour 1/3 of the Thieves Cleaner water over each of the coffee filters.

πŸ”ΈAdd coffee filters to the last container, the one you mixed in. (You should have 1/3 of the water mixture left in it.)

πŸ”ΈSnap on the lids. Turn upside down to saturate all the filters. If you have extra solution, add more filters if possible, or save the THHC solution in a jar for your next batch. Or you can add the extra solution to a spray bottle.

πŸ”ΆUse whenever you need to clean quickly! I love these to give to my kids to wipe down surfaces, too. We use them on countertops, toilets ( do NOT flush these!) , stovetops, microwave, in your car...

The possibilities are endless!


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