Non-Toxic Anti-Bacterial Spray

Germs. We’ve all got ‘em. We all hate ‘em. Let’s get rid of them in a kind way.

I’ve shared this recipe for a Non-Toxic Anti-Bacterial Spray with you before, along with a number of other easy Non-Toxic Homemade Household Cleaners. However, I wanted to give you a little more info about what all this Anti-Bacterial Spray can do for you and some step-by-step instructions that will really seal the deal.

 

This recipe for a Non-Toxic Anti-Bacterial Spray is simple, inexpensive and best of all won’t harm you, the kids, the pets or your property. Win-win-win-win-win…..Need I go on?

 


Here’s all the you’ll need to make your very own Non-Toxic Anti-Bacterial Spray:
1 Part Vinegar
1 Part Water
1/8 tsp (about 8 hearty drops) of Tea Tree Oil
Spray Bottle

 


Fill the bottle half way with white vinegar.

 


Fill the bottle the rest of the way with water.

 


Add about 1/8 tsp or 8 drops of Tea Tree Oil. Place the nozzle into the bottle and seal tightly. Shake a little bit.

 


Attack germs at will! This smells fantastic, you should know. And, it won’t harm anything you spray it on in your house.
In fact, you can even eat it. What?! I know. Awesome.

(Use it on everything but mirrors, t.v. screens, chrome or stainless steel. Because of the tea tree oil, it will leave streaks.)

Here are some fun facts about Tea Tree Oil you may or may not know:

Tea Tree Oil can cure almost anything that you might have. It is a natural antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-infection oil. It can be used in a variety of applications to cure and heal a host of ailments and conditions.It’s been called the “medicine cabinet” in a bottle. For example, Tea Tree Oil can help with:
Acne
Athletes foot
Bad breath
Body oil
Boils
Blisters
Colds
Dandruff
Dry skin
Germs
Fleas-even on pets!
Head lice
Insect bites and more

I hope you have enjoyed my Non-Toxic recipes! It may seem overwhelming at first to rid your home of toxins and store-bought everything. And maybe you don’t want to make these products, but would like the benefits of non-toxic products in your home without going broke. I have found some simple solutions to replace the things that I cannot make/don’t want to make myself by purchasing them from a non-toxic green company online. Without directly endorsing them, if you are interested in knowing more,  Feel free to email me with questions.

Here are links to my other Homemade Household Cleansers and Beauty Products:

Homemade Hygiene Products
Non-Toxic Beauty Products
Non-Toxic Cooking Spray
Easy Laundry Soap
DIY Brass Cleaner
Organic Vegetable/Produce Cleaner
Homemade Household Cleaners

And here are a few Homemade Food Items to easily replace store-bought items:
Simple, Tasty Granola
Easy Crockpot Yogurt
Simple, Homemade Butter
Cooking and Freezing Beans, avoiding BPA
Homemade Hummus
Garden Fresh Salsa

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  3. Jill says:

    I use this for my cleaning and love it! Sometimes I use eucalyptus oil instead of tea-tree!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  4. Bama Girl says:

    Hi Rebekah! Thanks for sharing your antibacterial spray recipe! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Blessings from Bama!

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  5. Alexis says:

    Hi Rebekah!
    I was wondering if this could also be used as a “spritzer” for disinfecting hands, for like on the go? Perhaps just diluted? Just curious since my little sis is OBSESSED with her darn Purell gel and trying to find her a safer alternative. Thanks in advance!!!

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    • Rebekah says:

      Alexis-
      This may work as a hand sanitizer, although I have never used it this way. Vinegar & tea tree oil are great for the skin! I wouldn’t use it on tiny humans, though. I know that tea tree oil can cause issues with the little ones, or with animals. Enjoy!

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  6. Milani says:

    Hi
    Thank you for recipe, I have 2 Q:

    1- Can you use the artificial vinegar (the one you can still add to salad but its artificial one, I accidently purchase big amount of it for this project from the mall at the food section, by the time I got home I read the label)

    2- Can you use other oils? As it’s impossible to find TTO
    Thank you

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    • Rebekah says:

      I’m unfamiliar with artificial vinegar. I didn’t even know that was a thing-so, I’m unsure!
      TTO is what contains the anti-bac properties. I wouldn’t recommend another oil-unless it also is anti-bacterial. You can find it at most natural grocers or even Walgreens!

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