Make your own Clorox Wipes.

Finding actual Clorox disinfectant wipes are scarce at all retail stores. If you have any bleach and paper towels, you can make your own wipes! You don’t need alot of bleach!

You will need a roll of paper towels, bleach, measuring cup, water and a jug or pitcher. If you have an empty wipes container, you can use it. I’m using resealble ziplock bags instead.
For paper towels, use a sturdy brand like Bounty and Brawny. If you use generic brands, they RIP very easily when trying to pull one wipe from the roll.
If you have old clean cloth rags, this can work instead of paper towels.
Cut the paper towels in half and remove the cardboard from inside.
For 2 cut up rolls, you’ll need 1/2 gallon of water and carefully measure 1/2 cup of bleach then pour in water and lightly mix.
I’m using two full rolls of paper towels, cut into 4 small rolls so 1 gallon of water with 1 cup of bleach.
Put 1 dry half roll in the empty container or gallon baggy.
After the liquid is mixed, carefully pour half of the liquid into the first container or baggy and close it. Repeat for the second paper towel, pouring the remaining mix in the container or baggy.
Let it sit for 1-2 hours. Now, they are ready to be used!
You can use the excess bleach/water mixture in spray bottles to clean and disinfect!

Soap Strips for Quick and Easy Hand & Body Washings

People are buying up liquid hand soaps but there seems to be lots of bars of soap on the shelves in stores. My family doctor told me that bars of soap work the BEST on your hands and body.

The one thing I don’t like about using soap bars is that gunky film left on them after using them. I’ve learned to shave pieces off a unused bar and use those shavings to wash up. One sliver disappears within the foamy hand washing.

What you need is a little container to store the shavings/silver of soap, a vegetable peeler and a bar of soap. I got a 3 pack of Coast soap for $1.65 from Dollar General. You can also buy soap packs at The Dollar Tree too. I had an old Cover Girl Compact, which I cleaned all the pressed powder out and used it to store the soap slivers. I also had a small tin lying around so I used that as well.
After peeling the soap the long way, I cut the sliver in half.
After I cut it up, I used my fingers to warm up the slivers of soap to flatten them into the containers. Boom! Ready to go! Perfect to stick in the purse and use on the go where there’s a sink!
If you want to use in the shower to wash the body, don’t cut the sliver in half, use 1 strip.
The best way to use these soap shavings is to pick one up with DRY HANDS FIRST then wet your hands with the soap. For effective cleaning, wash your hands for 30 seconds