If you are like me, you want to keep the kids toys as clean as possible, so be sure to check out this All Natural Toy Wash! A quick and easy way to keep the kids toysÂ sparkling. Especially if you have little ones, and almost all toys end up in their mouths at some point so I like to do this every month or 2 to make sure everything has been washed down especially if we have had friends over to play.
Every couple weeks or so just grab a few of the kids toys, mix up this simple recipe and toss them in! If you get into the habit of doing a few toys every week it won’t seem like such a chore. With all the things kids come in contact with it is so important to wash your toys frequently.
What you Need:
>> Castile Soap
>> Lemon Essential Oils
What you Do:
1) Add equal parts vinegar and water together in a bowl or bucket large enough to hold the toys you wish to clean.
2) Add a little bit of castile soap and about 10 drops of lemon essential oils. Mix together well. (You may want to add the soap to the bottom of the bucket before you add water to get some bubbles.)
3) Add the toys to the mixture and let soak.
4) Rinse with cold water and lay out on a towel to air dry.
If your toys are larger, and won’t fit well in any bucket you have, you can use the cleaning solution and a rag to wipe down the toy.
This is such an easy way to keep the kids’ toys clean! Just add these simple ingredients to a bowl or bucket and give them a good soak every couple weeks, or more often if you wish.
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