DIY disinfecting, lavender, lemon and peppermint spray cleaner

Once you get going making DIY cleaners the possibilities are endless.

disinfecting, lavender, lemon and peppermint spray cleaner

Multi-surface, Multi-purpose cleaner Sanitizing & disinfecting spray cleaner.

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This spray cleaner mixture is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, germicidal, it can kill bacteria, mold, mildew, fungus all while leaving behind a great scent. No worry about chemical residue, this is natural & just leaves everything clean. Safe around all ages & pets.

What you need:

  • 32 ounce brown bottle of 3% peroxide
  • Sprayer nozzle
  • Lavender EO
  • Lemon EO
  • Peppermint EO


  • Peroxide: You may need to remove some of the peroxide to add the essential oils & the spray nozzle. If you need to remove some just pour it in your dishwasher, sink of dishes, in your laundry or use it to clean something.
  • Essential oils: You can adjust the amounts of each you add to your own liking.
  • Brown peroxide bottle: Peroxide will break down in light so it is best to use the bottle it comes in or to use a dark colored spray bottle, Such as a blue or brown spray bottle.
  • Spray peroxide bottle: A lot of stores now sell the spray verion of peroxide, if you prefer buy it & just add your essential oils.
  • Spray nozzle: If the straw/tube is to long on the spray nozzle gently cut it with a knife or scissors making sure the opening is not pinched closed.
  • Multi-surface: Great for mirrors, stainless, chrome & glass too.
  • Natural stone & granite: Because of the lemon EO this is not all surface cleaner. If you are wanting to use this on natural stone or granite do not add the lemon essential oil, you can replace it with tea tree oil if desired or just use lavender & peppermint.
  • For tougher cleaning jobs: Spray on & let sit several minutes.
  • Baking Soda: You can also add a tsp of baking soda to this mixture if desired for more grime fighting power.

Directions:peroxide cleaner

  1. Remove the lid from the bottle of peroxide.
  2. Add 5 or so drops of each essential oil.
  3. Screw on the spray nozzle
  4. Shake.
  5. Yup that’s it & now you are ready to clean.

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