Easy Reusable Disinfecting Wipes

10 Minutes
Easy

If you're still using the Clorox Wipes in your household, now is the time to switch to these reusable disinfecting wipes! Not only will they save you money, but they aren't full of unnecessary chemicals and are much more eco-friendly. Plus, you probably already have all the ingredients at home!
Things you need for these reusable disinfecting wipes : 2 Old T-Shirts (I used two women's medium shirts), Water, White Vinegar, Dish Soap, and an airtight container. Essential oils are option.
Cut the shirts to the size you'd like, combine the ingredients, and soak the wipes - that's it! Seal the container and then use them whenever you're ready.
Once used, toss in the washer and wash then dry as usual and repeat the process. Super easy! For the exact ingredient amounts and more detailed instructions, visit the link below!

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  • Ida
    Ida
    on Feb 1, 2020

    What are the measurements of the ingredients?

    • Bren
      Bren
      on Apr 14, 2020

      Unfortunately like most articles on home talk, you have to go to the blog to get the information. To save you the trip I copied it for you. Here’s what she used :

      • 2 Old T-Shirts I used two women's medium shirts
      • 1 Cup Water
      • 3 Tbsp White Vinegar
      • 1 Tbsp Dish Soap
      • Airtight Container I used a Glad Tupperware container
      • Lemon or Tea Tree Essential Oil Optional


  • Doris Livezey
    Doris Livezey
    on Feb 23, 2020

    How do you determine that they are "disinfecting"? That's quite an explicit term.

  • Michelle
    Michelle
    on Apr 10, 2020

    Can you not just add rubbing alcohol instead of vinegar?

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