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How to make a DIY cleaning spray from natural ingredients: Mama Mila

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An organizational queen has shared the formula for the ultimate kitchen spray that removes grease and grime in seconds, resulting in a sparkling clean kitchen.

Melbourne mother of two Chantel Mila, known as Mama Mila swears by vinegar, water, lemon juice, and dish soap to clean the surfaces of her kitchen, including the stove and back walls.

She uses the spray on her stove and the mirror at the back several times a week to keep it clean and protect against stubborn stains.

Melbourne mother of two swears by a mix of white vinegar, water, lemon juice and dish soap

An organizational queen has shared the formula for the ultimate kitchen spray that removes grease and grime in seconds, resulting in a sparkling clean kitchen that smells fresh

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To make the cleaning spray, Chantel adds 1 cup white vinegar, ½ cup water, 1 tbsp lemon juice, and 1 tsp dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until blended.

“This is an acidic mix to target grease on stovetops and splashbacks,” she said.

She added that while the vinegar smell dissipated relatively quickly, some people may want to add a few drops of essential oils to the mix to remove the odor completely.

The spray is also safe to use on stainless steel surfaces and will not stain.

Chantel adds 1 cup white vinegar, ½ cup water, 1 tbsp lemon juice, and 1 tsp dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until blended.

To make the cleaning spray, Chantel adds 1 cup white vinegar, ½ cup water, 1 tbsp lemon juice, and 1 tsp dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until blended.

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram where she received over a million views and several hundred comments thanking her for her non-chemical cleaning solution.

“Wow, I love this. It’s so powerful, just tried it! Thanks for sharing, really appreciate it,” said one woman.

“I love having as few chemicals as possible in the house,” said another. “This is one to keep for sure.”

‘The tips are so good! It’s amazing what you can do with natural, non-chemical products,” added a third.’

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram where she got over a million views

Many thanked Chantel for the 'natural' and 'non-chemical' method of cleaning kitchens

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram, where she got over a million views and hundreds of comments

Chantel also uses vinegar, water and two tablespoons of vanilla extract in a spray bottle to clean her refrigerator.

She polishes every shelf, labeled tubs, crisper drawer and side pockets to leave them clean.

“The vanilla extract keeps odors from developing as food ages or seeps into cracks,” she said.

An organizational professional has listed the three cleaning tricks she relies on for a sparkling clean kitchen that smells fresh all week

Melbourne mother of two Chantel Mila known as Mama Mila swears by vinegar, water and two tablespoons of vanilla extract in a spray bottle to clean her fridge

An organizational professional has listed the three cleaning tricks she relies on for a sparkling clean kitchen that smells fresh all week

When it comes to cleaning her sink, Chantel sprinkles baby oil on the stainless steel and rubs it with a cloth to make it shine longer.

It's also a great trick to use on faucets, sinks and shower handles for a glossy finish - just be sure to polish well to avoid a slippery finish

When it comes to cleaning her sink, Chantel sprinkles baby oil on the stainless steel and rubs it with a cloth to make it shine longer.

When it comes to cleaning her sink, Chantel sprinkles baby oil on the stainless steel and rubs it with a cloth to make it shine longer.

It’s also a great trick to use on faucets, bathroom sinks and shower handles for a glossy finish – just be sure to polish well to avoid a slippery finish.

Chantel’s latest hack involves keeping coffee grounds on a shelf in her fridge to keep odors away.

Chantel's latest hack involves keeping coffee grounds on a shelf in her fridge to keep odors away

She simply brews a cup of coffee and places the leftover coffee grounds in a bowl on the back of the center shelf for a fresh scent every time the door is opened.

Chantel’s latest hack involves keeping coffee grounds on a shelf in her fridge to keep odors away

She simply brews a cup of coffee and places the leftover coffee grounds in a bowl on the back of the center shelf for a fresh scent every time the door is opened.

She posted her kitchen hacks on TikTok, where more than 64,000 people viewed them and left positive comments.

‘I like the idea of ​​adding vanilla to the vinegar water. Grinding coffee in the fridge is a great idea,” one wrote.

‘Great hacks! Your sink is SO shiny,” wrote another.

‘Will give that cleaning spray a try! That baby oil also sounds handy,” writes a third.

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