Zombie Survival: Make Your Own Cleaners

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At some point, you might not be able to run to the store and afford to buy Mr. Clean's. It's a pity, really, because commercial-grade cleaners are so convenient.

The truth is, though, that commercial cleaners are hazardous, full of chemicals, and a pain in the tail to try to store safely when you've got children.

A much more reasonable solution - and one you're going to want to know about if you can't access the store for some reason - is to simply make your own cleaners at home.

Here's one simple recipe for making your own spray cleaner. You can use this in place of Bleach to clean your tubs, toilets, floors, and even those crayon marks on the wall. (Though, as an aside, toothpaste also doubles as a wonderful crayon-remover for wall drawings.)

Here's what you'll need:
Citrus peels (orange, lemon, or lime)
Canning jar
Spray bottle

The process is simple:
1. Fill a jar with your peels.
2. Cover the peels with vinegar. Fill the entire jar.
3. Cover with a lid and store for 2 weeks.
4. Remove the peels and pour the vinegar into a spray bottle.

That's it! You're done! 5 minutes of work and you've made your own cleaner. Congratulations, you're awesome.

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