These Free Cleaner Bottle Labels make cleaning so much more fun! They’re easy to make and look super pretty sitting on your shelf.
I’ve mentioned it a few times but I am, seriously, the worst at regular cleaning. It’s just so boring and I’d much rather be crafting. I’m hoping these Free Cleaner Bottle Labels will convince me to do it more often. If anything, they’ll look so so much nicer on my cleaning shelf!
I designed these labels to be both modern and elegant all at the same time. The cursive font with the flourishes compliments the sans sarif font so nicely! You can choose from “Tub & Tile Cleaner,” “All Purpose Cleaner,” and “Glass Cleaner.”
How to use printable file
There are two ways to use these Free Cleaner Bottle Labels. If you don’t have a Cricut (which I absolutely love!), you can visit print off the files on 4″ x 2″ labels. You can even customize the labels with additional wording if you need!
Keep to a cleaning schedule with our 12 Month Deep House Clean Calendar!
How to use SVG file
If you want to use a digital cutting machine with the free SVG file, all you need to do is download it below and pull into your cutting machine program. I used my Cricut Maker and Cricut Design Space to cut the metallic vinyl for the words. Love how they turned out!
Download SVG file
Tried & True Creative Library members can use their password and download the free file immediately. Not a member yet? Just enter your info below, and we’ll email you the password!
DIY Natural Cleaners
Of course, if you’re going to use these free files, you’re going to need some bottles to put them on! I super love these Amber Glass Spray Bottles I found on Amazon. They work perfectly with the cleaning concentrate tablets and reusable bottles.
I love that all you have to do is add a little tablet in the bottle, add water, and use!
Comments & Reviews
Hello! I am trying to download this file but I can’t find it in the library. Can you please share what fonts you used? Thank you!
Vanessa Brady says
You can find it in the SVG section if you search for “Cleaning.” Hope that helps!