Posted on December 10 2015
I love some of the enzyme cleaners that I have used for cleaning my home. They work on every surface and even boost the cleaning action in your laundry. I do have a favorite one, Branch Basics and if you don't want to make your own, this is the one that I would recommend! They do save you money as opposed to purchasing commercial cleaning products and are certainly environmental friendly, however, they are still expensive.
If you love DIY projects, making your own enzyme cleaner may be right up your alley! I recently found a recipe that uses our citrus scraps, water, brown sugar and yeast to speed up the fermenting process. A regular recipe to make an enzyme cleaner concentrate takes 3 months to ferment. By adding the brown sugar and yeast, it brings the process down to 2 - 3 weeks. I just started my 1st batch yesterday and plan to attempt to use it on or after January 1st. If it works as well as it is supposed to, I will post the recipe and the instructions. If you don't want to wait for 3 weeks to try it, send me a message and I will forward the recipe on to you now.
This is a picture of my 1st batch as it is beginning to ferment! I will keep you posted!