There was a time when I was buying at least 25 cleaning products and detergents to maintain the household and clean laundry. I used to be obsessed with coupons, discounts, and brand products to just make my budget work. To my disappointment, I still spent so much money. Now, I walk through the detergent section in my store, and I feel free. My head is clear.

Above all, I am no longer chained by buying products that are an everyday necessity. I can spend more money elsewhere, and achieve goals like buying higher quality shoes for my kids. Other than that, I was also able to free up my budget to pay my mortgage comfortably.

That being said one to rule them all product works a bit differently than traditional products do. You will need just a bit more time to do your chores. It never impacted my schedule significantly.

One of the things I enjoy the most is that I can do it all with only four ingredients. No smells. No chemicals. The recipe is a result of year-long experimentation of doing it yourself recipes from the internet. Most of them I had to stop using because they were just not good enough. This is especially true for cleaning laundry.

This do-it-yourself product is cheap. I’m not going to give you the exact amount because prices vary around the world. Just know that it costs just a few cents to make 0.26 gallons or one liter of this product. You use the same amounts you would use your store-bought detergents. And it does clean in the same way store-bought products do. I am never going back.

One thing I was most impressed with was how well this do it yourself product cleans water stains. Just spray it on the surface and scrub immediately. Keep adding the product if your water stains are very hard. After you have finished scrubbing, you always need to rinse this product with water.

When using this DIY product in your dishwasher and laundry, you need to be very careful not to put too much. More of the product will not bring you desired results. However, I have never experienced any damage to my appliances or any of my clothes and dishes.

Although many people add essential oils to their DIY products, I am the kind of person that can’t stand smells. I assure you that there are no bad smells when you use one to rule them all product. Also, I really can’t stand the smell of vinegar. It gives me a headache and nausea. Once I cleaned my home with vinegar, I could still smell it days after. I do use it in one recipe, but the smell is masked enough that it doesn’t bother me.

Even though I use specific brands, I believe that these ingredients are universal, and therefore available all over the world.


Equipment used

I use a regular Tablespoon and a tall plastic container because the product foams while it’s being made. I bought all of the plastic containers in IKEA.

For cleaning, I repurposed an old glass spray bottle that I refill whenever it runs out. For my toilet, I bought that duck bottle, which I refill when it runs out.

Recipe One To Rule Them All Cleaner

0,9 l (0.23 gallon) water

1 Tablespoon salt

0.5 Tablespoon Bicarbonate Soda

0.5 Tablespoon Dish Soap

0.5 Tablespoon Lemon Acid


So, I measure 0.9 l (0.23 gallon) of tap water first and pour it into the container.

Then I add sea salt.

After that, I add bicarbonate soda.

Next, dish soap.

I mix the solution until the soap dissolves. Then I add citric acid.

At this point, the solution will foam. Just mix it and leave for about an hour. The foam will disappear.

Then I fill my container. This is what my dishwasher and cleaning products look like in the end.

I use the spray bottle just like any other product. I also use the usual sponges. Make sure you rinse off the product with water after you rub it onto the surfaces.


In my dishwasher, I use One To Rule Them All Cleaner. See recipe and preparation above.

The only thing you need to do is remove all food waste from dishes. I run the dishes under cold water and use a stainless steel sponge to remove any residue. I found that this makes my dishwasher last a lot longer.

I currently own a small washing machine which is half the size of a regular one. My dosage is 2 Tablespoons of One To Rule Them All Product. If you put too little, the dishes won’t be clean. If you put too much, you will have the white residue because of soda.

I don’t use any glass shine product. Sometimes I get a few water spots on glasses, but that doesn’t bother me. The dishes are even cleaner than the time I use the store-bought brand. What I still have to use is dishwasher salt. I just buy the cheapest one and it works perfectly.


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