DIY Make Your Own Clorox Clean-Up

DIY Make Your Own Clorox Clean-Up

Courtesy of Adventures of a Couponista, I’ve got an awesome diy project for you. This project is sure to save your wallet tons! Sign me up! We all have to have some form of cleaning products on hand – well, if we want to be clean, right? So, you might as well save where you can so you can have more to do what you want. That’s my motto anyway! I’m going to teach you how to make your own Clorox Clean-Up, at just $.10 per bottle. I think I’d rather pay $.10 per bottle versus up to the retail value of $4.99 per bottle. You may never want to go back to purchasing Clorox Clean-Up again!

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DIY Make Your Own Clorox Clean Up
  • ¼ cup of Bleach
  • 1 Teaspoon of Laundry Detergent
  • 1 Empty Plastic Spray Bottle (How about an empty Clorox Clean-Up bottle?)
  • Water
  1. Rinse out your plastic spray bottle and then add the bleach and laundry detergent.
  2. Fill the remainder of the bottle with tap water. Shake to mix.
  3. Easy as that!



  1. Frank says

    Anyone actually try it?? Or i everyone just gonna comment : “sounds like a great idea!”

  2. Cassie says

    I’ve been doing this for a while and it works that same as the store bought one. I use it everyday to clean up after my pets and it works great. Just be careful when filling it with water, some times there are to many bubbles. I fill it half way then shake it up, then fill it the whole way and shake one last time. I use my roommates bleach so the only thing this recipe costs me is a teaspoon of my laundry soap, super cost effective.

  3. Sarah Anderson says

    I just used it to clean all 3 of my bathrooms. I used dreft liquid laundry detergent. It smells great. But not an over bearing bleach smell. But you can smell the bleach. Which makes me feel better knowing it’s still disinfecting. I will never buy Clorox clean up again. Thanks so much for the tip. 😉

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