Homemade chemical free weed killer recipe

Homemade chemical free weed killer recipe

Healthy living is a life style. It is about the organic foods you eat, the hair and skin care you use and last but not least the natural solutions you select to clean and take care of your home and garden.

Weeds can invade your garden. They steal nutrients, light, and water from your garden plants and they look ugly.

Commercial weed killers are filled with chemicals that are unsafe and may get on your plants.

They can also be harmful and toxic to kids and pets.

This homemade chemical free weed killer recipe is safe and will deliver on its mission.

Directions:

1 gallon of white distilled vinegar

2 cups of Epsom salt

1/4 cup of natural dish soap. We recommend the dishmate from Earth  Friendly Products.

Mix the ingredients and add to a BPA-free spray bottle

Spray on weeds early morning. Make sure there isn’t any dew before you spray

Do not spray on plants

Within 2 days you should see the weeds starting to die

Take a step towards healthy living and try this powerful weed spray today.

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REFERENCES:

1. “How to Use Vinegar & Salt As a Weed Killer.” Home Guides. SF Gate, n.d. Web. 28 July 2014.

2. “8 Natural Ways to Kill Weeds.” Good Housekeeping. Good Housekeeping, n.d. Web. 28 July 2014.

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