I store my cleaners in empty and repurposed spray bottles. I finally got around to making labels for the bottles I worked too hard on my half bathroom remodel to ruin the granite counter tops with a homemade vinegar based cleaner from the other bathrooms by mistake!
I gave up printing designs in super cute and colorful ink because the cartridges in my inkjet dried out. AGAIN!
I went with black laser print ink that never runs dry instead of plunking down $80 for color ink cartridges to do a whim project. Since I could not do super cute and colorful label designs, I went with decorative fonts.
Granite Cleaner, Bathroom Cleaner
Things started to get weird.
Vodka Fabric Refresher – Not for Doggies, I Don’t Want to Share. (I use pet safe Green + Clean fabric refresher for Blitzkrieg furniture and surfaces.)
Laundry Stain Remover – Lady MacBeth’s BFF
WATER – In Case of Wicked Witch attack or wrinkly clothes. Either way, you’re covered.
Then I started having fun with the project.
I switched the bottle of my straight up undiluted vinegar kitchen counter, microwave; window cleaner and vegetable wash from this
Vinegar for cleaning – If ingested, be prepared to get pickled. Mmm…pickles…
Air Freshener for uh, YOU KNOW (This bottle has to sit on the bathroom counter.
Husband has Out of Sight Out of Mind disease and a high fiber diet. You do the math.)
I attached the labels with Mod Podge to the repurposed spray bottles.
Husband says I’m absolutely forbidden from showing you the label I made for the toilet tank.
What did you do last weekend?
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