Be sure to test a small area you are cleaning with your DIY cleaning product before fully committing to cleaning with it.
All Purpose Cleaner
Mix equal parts and put in spray bottle. Use for countertops, windows and mirrors. This cleanser is seriously fantastic! It won't leave steaks on windows or mirrors. It costs next to nothing to make and one spray bottle will last you a long time. If the smell is too bothersome remember two things. One: If the store bought cleansers have a pleasant smell to you, just think of all the chemicals used to manufacture it! Two: you can try adding some lemon juice or essential oils to the spray to help mask the vinegar smell or just wait for the area to naturally air out after using.
Sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda down a clogged drain, followed by about a cup of vinegar. Let the mixture bubble up, then pour boiling water down the drain to clear. Repeat as needed.
Water, White Vinegar, Hydrogen Peroxide or Castile Soap
Sprinkle baking soda around the area that needs to be cleaned. Add water, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide or castile soap to the baking soda by lightly pouring the liquid or by using a spray bottle. Make a paste out of the mixture and use a scrub brush or rag to scrub the area. Rinse clean.
Hydrogen Peroxide is great for stains which makes it a fantastic grout cleaner. Vinegar will have a reaction with the baking soda which will help loosen grime. For stubborn soap scum, mixing baking soda with castile soap will help the mixture adhere better for scrubbing.