The yard all around has been mowed for the last time and the leaves that have fallen mowed and raked into the ditch, still have more on the trees but now they will be half as deep when they do.
Plus our very dry upper field.
Natural cleaners and disinfectants.
Disinfectant in spray bottle
2 tablespoons 20 Muleteam borax
1/3 cup white vinegar
2 cups hot water
Put in your spray bottle and shake to dissolve the borax. Spray your surface and wipe off with a damp rag.
With flu season upon us its time to think of things we will need when out in public or when we are at home.
N95 or 100 masks or better if you can get them or afford them.
Disposable vinyl gloves or other type if you have a problem with vinyl.
Bleach and other disinfectants:
Good supply of water in bottle, gallons and other. Make sure this can last you at least 2 to 4 weeks or more. I see sites that say 1 gallon a day per person but that doesn't include ANY washing of bodies and etc. plan for more for each person per day.
Gatorade or electrolyte supplies
6 level teaspoons of Sugar
1 quart (4 cups) of clean drinking or boiled water and then cooled.
A supply of ginger ale or 7-up, juice etc.
Do you have an alternate way of cooking like a camp stove etc. also pots and pans you can use on it?
Matches or lighters for same?
This is just a few of the things to think about.
Fill a spray bottle with 2 tbsp. borax, 1/4 cup white vinegar and 2 cups hot water. Put the lid on the bottle and shake gently to mix ingredients. Keep in mind the borax can be harmful if ingested, so if you want to eliminate the borax, the vinegar will still work as a disinfectant.
Spray the disinfectant over your household surfaces and wipe off with a damp cloth.
Allow the surface to air dry, and clean all surfaces around the home with this solution, including countertops, tables, bathroom surfaces, door handles and any other area that requires disinfecting.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7701565_homemade-natural-disinfectant-cleaner.html