Green Cleaning | DIY Dusting Spray

"Is your furniture dusty? It won't be for long. This DIY dusting spray leaves a shiny polished look that you'll love. The 3 simple ingredients in this spray are completely natural and exceptionally gentle on furniture."

Kirsten Dunn



diy family Dunn DIY is excited to partner with Rebekah to bring you a five part series on how to make your own green cleaning essentials. Rebekah is living her dream as a stay-at-home mom and wife. Her blog, Feather Collection, is about the beauty of homemaking, including natural living, eating whole food, and the joys of raising a family. She first began making her own green cleaning products as a way to keep her family healthy and safe. Now, she’s excited to share what she’s learned with you! For more green cleaning ideas check out Dunn DIY's Cleaning category. materials for green dusting spray Growing up, my mom had a feather duster, but it failed to capture dust. Instead of picking it up, dust would just blow the around and land somewhere else. I retired the feather duster and resorted to glass cleaner and a rag to dust instead. After I moved out on my own, I wanted to use natural products in my home. I decided to make my own dusting spray and that’s the recipe I’m sharing with you today.

Step 1

Start with one cup of distilled water. Alternately, you can use water that’s been boiled and cooled. Using distilled or boiled water will allow you to store the dusting spray. distilled water for diy dusting spray

Step 2

Next, add ¼ cup white vinegar for naturally disinfecting power. Lastly, add 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add your favorite essential oil for a nice scent or additional disinfecting potency. Check out our essential oils post to learn how to incorporate essential oils into your DIY green cleaning products. vinegar for dusting spray

Step 3

Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and shake before each use, or it will separate (as it did below). diy dusting spray