DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol

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Tired of running to the store every time you need to buy a disinfecting spray for the house? Guess what? You can easily make your own! This DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol is a super simple recipe that you can have sitting and waiting on your shelf at home.

I’m a huge fan of being able to create most of my own products that I need to use at home and this spray is just one more to add to my list. I’ll never get tired of making cleaners and disinfectants that are far better for my household than anything that I can buy at the store.

If you’re looking for a simple disinfectant that you’re going to love, I think you’ve arrived at the right place!

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol

This disinfectant spray is great to use around the house. Since you know what’s in it, you don’t have to worry about any harsh chemicals are anything like that from some of the ones that you buy at the store.

And I haven’t even mentioned the best part! This disinfectant is literally just three simple ingredients! (You probably even already have them on hand!)

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol

Trust me. This disinfectant recipe is so simple. I love that it takes minimal supplies to make and even smells really great, too. There’s nothing worse than cleaning or disinfecting something in your home and feeling as though all you’re smelling are chemicals for the rest of the day!

Before buying another disinfectant at the store, give this simple tutorial a try. You’re going to be amazed at how easy and simple it is!

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol supplies

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol Supplies

All you need to get started are these three simple ingredients listed below.

  • 1 bottle of 70% or higher isopropyl alcohol (16 ounce)
  • ½ teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide
  • ½ teaspoon of tea tree essential oil

Directions

Start by pouring the alcohol into a dark colored glass spray bottle.

Next, grab the hydrogen peroxide and add it into the bottle. You’re also going to add in the tea tree essential oil as well.

Once both are added, close the bottle and give it a really good shake.

After it’s mixed well, it’s time to spray and use!

How to Use This Disinfectant Spray

It’s really so simple to use! If you have an area in your home that you need to disinfect, this is what this spray is made for.

Think doorhandles, fridge handles, light switches…anything that gets touched a billion times idea is what you need to be keeping in mind.

It’s as simple as spraying, wiping down, and drying off. (or you can just let it air dry as well.)

How do you store this DIY disinfectant spray?

The glass bottle is key for keeping it fresh and usable. You’ll also want to keep it stored in an area where it’s room temperature, too.

Keep it out of extreme hold or cold temps and also keep it out of direct sunlight.

Ways to Use This Spray

Just think about all the uses that you have for this spray. And don’t forget that other people have those same uses, too!

If you’re asking me, this disinfectant spray is a really great DIY Christmas gift that you can make up and hand out as well. Who wouldn’t want something useful like this that smells great, too?

This DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol is a simple disinfectant spray that you can easily make at home! Just three supplies needed!

DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

You're going to love the ease of this DIY Disinfectant Spray with Alcohol.

Materials

  • 1 bottle of 70% or higher isopropyl alcohol (16 ounce)
  • ½ teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide
  • ½ teaspoon of tea tree essential oil

Instructions

Start by pouring the alcohol into a dark colored glass spray bottle.

Next, grab the hydrogen peroxide and add it into the bottle. You're also going to add in the tea tree essential oil as well.

Once both are added, close the bottle and give it a really good shake.

After it's mixed well, it's time to spray and use!

More DIY Recipes

Like this simple recipe? Here are some other ones to check out as well! You can never have too many cleaning recipes on hand!

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