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A spray bottle of non-toxic kitchen cleaner with essential oils, an orange, and a lemon.

How to Make Non-Toxic Kitchen Cleaner

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  • Author: Ally Milligan
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 Spray Bottle 1x
  • Category: DIY
  • Method: Mix
  • Cuisine: N/A


How to make an all-natural, non-toxic kitchen cleaner. An easy DIY recipe for cutting through grease and grime in the kitchen, without the chemicals.




  1. Add all ingredients to a glass spray bottle, screw on the spray nozzle, and gently shake.
  2. Use to clean your kitchen!


A Warning. Do not use on marble, granite, or soapstone as vinegar can etch away at these surfaces.

Oils. The essential oils are optional, but I chose them because I love the scent. Also, lemon oil is antibacterial and antiviral and wild orange oil is great at cutting grease. Feel free to omit completely or sub in your favorite essential oils.

Storage. This cleaner will last for about three months when stored in the fridge. Vinegar can deteriorate the rubber instead of the spray nozzle, so flush out the nozzle with water after each use. Then store the cleaner in the fridge with the cap that comes with the bottles instead of the spray nozzle itself.