Actually, hydrogen peroxide isn’t really needed (at least not with vinegar). For all purpose, all you need is vinegar, water, a bit of lemon juice and an essential oil like Tea Tree. Other than that, good post!
From everything I have read, vinegar and peroxide are not to be mixed together to be used for cleaning. It changes their chemical make-ups.
It is extremely effective to use one product and then the other. Maybe people need to look into this before using this recipe and the fake clorox recipe.
Instead of reaching for one cleaner for this and another for that, this homemade and eco-friendly all purpose cleaner does a great job on just about anything. From dirty sinks to messy countertops, this homemade cleaner will leave things spotless with Borax and deodorizing lemon juice.
Borax is a natural grease-buster that also does double-duty as a disinfectant. The addition of vinegar breaks down bacteria, while hydrogen peroxide naturally cleans and shines. And this squeaky-clean concoction only costs pennies per bottle.
Ingredients: 1/2 cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon Borax, 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide, 2 cups hot water, juice of 1 lemon, spring of rosemary, essential oil, mixing bowl, whisk, measuring cups and spoons, spray bottle.