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Alright y’all, hands up if you love cleaning the kitchen! Anyone? Oh. Well, I am not the biggest fan either but that is because it seems like it takes forever and I have to have a thousand things on the counter just to get the job done. I despise clutter, in the kitchen especially because mine is so small so that is why I love two things, making cute and functional items for the kitchen and Palmolive® Multi Surface. How cute (and true) is this DIY wine bottle soap dispenser I made?
Super fun and I love that it not only contains my dish soap but a soap that can also clean all my kitchen surfaces and kills 99.9% of bacteria. Hallelujah! Here is what you need, a wine bottle with a screw top (even good wines can be found with a screw top but you want one that looks rather standard) and a bottle of Palmolive® Multi Surface.
I easily found mine at Walmart where other cleaning products are located.
I was easily able to remove the label on this bottle with soap and water but you can also use a Goo Gone or other product made to remove adhesive and such. Hot water does the trick in most cases and even more if you soak it.
After you bottle is clean, it is time to spray paint! I love any excuse to use gold spray paint these days so that is what I went with for my bottle.
While that is drying I worked on my quote in Cricut Design Space. I love the “I like hugs, I like kisses, but what I love is help with the dishes” because it could not be more true! Am I right?
I cut it on some vinyl and because some of the letters were so small, I had to do a reverse transfer method to make sure I got it onto the transfer tape correctly. I use shelf paper in clear as my transfer tape because it is more cost effective.
I took the backing off of the shelf paper and then put it on the front of the vinyl. I turned the whole thing over and removed the backing from the vinyl.
Next, I removed the excess vinyl and doing it this way makes sure that all the small things like the dots on the “i” and such stay stuck to the transfer paper. If I had done it the other way, the dots would have fallen off because the backing would not have held them in place.
Once the excess vinyl is removed, I got my weeding tool to remove all the vinyl inside the various letters like “e”, “o” and so on.
After that was done, it doesn’t take as long as it sounds at all, I positioned it on my bottle and rubbed it on! That’s it!
You can seal it with a spray at this point but I have made these before and if you have a high quality permanent vinyl, you should be fine like this. All that is left is to fill it with the Palmolive® Multi Surface! I love that this soap is multi use but also works great in this bottle, since you can’t squeeze the glass, you instead have to rock it back and forth to get the soap out and some are far too thick but Palmolive® Multi Surface works great.
Also, the soap dispenser lid works perfectly on the wine bottle! Little fact for you there.
How do you like to make everyday chores easier on yourself?