31 Day Series Wrap-Up and DIY Shampoo

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Welcome back to 31 Days to Building a Cleaning Routine!

31 Day Series Wrap-Up and DIY Shampoo

I’ve really enjoyed writing this series, and getting the chance to experiment with Homemade Cleaners. My journey is not over though. I plan on continuing to pin Homemade Cleaner Recipes to my 31 Days board, and from time to time I’ll post about Homemade Cleaners I’ve tried. If you missed any of my post, just check out the list below!

31 Days to Building a Cleaning Routine

1: Schedule Time! 
2: Cleaning List 
3: Set Alarms to Beat Procrastination 
4: Motivation to Stick to it! 
5: How to Get to a Big Task 
6: Cleaning Supply List 
7: Build a Habit by Using a Trigger 
8: Minimalist Furniture Polish 
9: Homemade Stain Remover 
10: Homemade Bathroom Cleaner 
11: Explosive Showerhead Cleaner 
12: Answering Cleaner Questions 
13: How to Clean with Vinegar 
14: How to Clean Baseboards 
15: How to Clean your Stovetop 
16: How to Clean your Window Tracks
17: Homemade Dishwasher Detergent
18: How to Clean your Oven 
19: Recovery Day 
20: Shiny Appliances 
21: Does Wax Paper Work? 
22: 2 Wood Floor Cleaner Recipes 
23: Upholstery Cleaner 
24: Gathering Laundry Recipes 
25: Homemade Laundry Detergent 
26: How to Clean Microfiber 
27: Homemade Disinfectant Wipes


from Organic Authority


DIY Shampoo

I can’t wait to try my hand at a DIY Shampoo. I found this recipe at Organic Authority that I’m considering trying.

I’ve also thought about using this apple cider vinegar rinse for my hair, to help remove residue and gunk in hair from product buildup. I’ve also heard that this also makes your hair soft and shiny.

What have you tried and like as a Homemade Hair product?



One Response

  1. I’ve tried apple cider vinegar as a hair rinse and it does leave hair feeling softer. I was really shocked by that. I’m not sure if it’s because it helps remove product build up or what, but it did work!
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