I’ve been using this suggestion since finding it about a month ago, and though I’ve found the paper towels aren’t quite as durable as you’d get with a regular wipe (and don’t quite pop up through the hole like wipes do. I use an old Clorox wipes container that has a ready-made lid for this purpose), they do last and don’t fall apart as I had originally suspected they would. I also like the fact there are no harsh chemicals in the recipe.
Keep your bathroom sparkling clean with easy DIY wipes that also look lovely on the counter. The perfect mix of ingredients to use on countertops, shine sink hardware, and even clean mirrors, the cleaner takes care of bacteria while leaving a lovely lemon scent. Upcycle a large plastic container, and these cleaning wipes are ready to use.
You will need:
64-ounce plastic container, newspaper, spray paint, 1/2 cup lemon juice, 1/2 cup water, 1 cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon rubbing alcohol, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon Dr. Bronner’s soap, roll of paper towels, serrated knife, scissors.