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Homemade Clorox Wipes

Homemade Clorox Wipes
Comments (10)
  1. Kim says:

    I LOVE this because it doesn’t need vinegar! Today at Dollar Tree I found 12 oz bottles of wintergreen scented alcohol. It smells great and I’m so excited to try it!! This will be third batch of cleaning clothes.

  2. Billie says:

    Can you use this with the paper towel method??

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      You could use Paper Towels instead of rags, yes.

  3. Heidi Chancellor says:

    This might be a funny question, but what did you use for the cloth rags?

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      Hi Heidi, I used old wash cloths, but you can also use thin white dish towels.

  4. Christina S. says:

    Previous comment meant out of curiosity, not argument. :) I would love to make these, but I use 7th Gen dish soap.

  5. Christina S. says:

    Why does the recipe need Dawn? What’s wrong with another, more earth-friendly, dish detergent?

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      Hi Christina, you are welcome to try another soap, we are just sharing what we had used personally. If you give it a try come back and let us know how it worked!

  6. leslie says:

    Actually, Clorox wipes do not contain bleach. Bleach degrades over time, so the bleach wouldn’t last through the distribution chain. The only ones I’ve ever seen that actually have bleach were some hospital grade ones, and even then it wasn’t your average household bleach.

  7. Tammy says:

    No bleach? I figured homemade “Clorox” wipes would contain bleach…..the key ingredient in Clorox wipes.

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