It’s Day 2 of 29 days of frugal living. I’m going to show you a quick money saving recipe for homemade veggie wash. Have you ever bought this stuff in the store?
It’s great for washing any dirt or pesticides off of your fruit and veggies. But, a 16 oz container is over $10 on Amazon!
I quickly found a natural and cheap alternative to washing your produce. Here’s what you’ll need:
You need vinegar and an empty spray bottle. I used apple cider vinegar, but white distilled would probably also work. I found my spray bottle for $1 at the dollar store.
Pour in about 1/2 cup of vinegar and fill the rest with water. Shake it up.
And start washing those fruits and veggies!
Here’s the cost breakdown:
1 16 oz. bottle of veggie wash: $10.32
1 empty spray bottle: $1
1/2 cup of organic apple cider vinegar (one bottle is $4.20): $0.50