The trouble with making everything yourself is that you’re stuck making stuff whether you feel like it or not… I should have thought of that before I started this project. After messing up this website and loosing all the nice comments people had written I had to drop everything because the kitchen counters were filthy and I had run out of cleaner. Luckily this recipe is easy and quick, and only costs 63 cents for a 32 oz spray bottle:
Dissolve 2 teaspoons of washing soda (sodium carbonate, which is more alkaline than sodium bicarbonate, aka baking soda) with 3 cups of warm water, directly in a clean, empty spray bottle. Add 2 tablespoons of liquid soap and mix gently, unless you love bubbles, in which case you should shake it vigorously. Dissolve 1 teaspoon of citric acid in 1 cup of warm water then pour it into your spray bottle. You can use 1 cup of distilled vinegar instead of the citric acid and water mix if you prefer.
Now it’s back to web design for me, as I try to set up makepopupcards.com without disrupting this site again.