Using Your Own Bottles For Branch Basics Concentrate

By Marilee Nelson |

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At Branch Basics, we have both refillable plastic bottles that come with our Premium Starter Kit as well as our glass bottles in our Glass Bottle Kit. If you're looking for individual bottles, we also sell them separately on our website. However, you can also use your own refillable bottles with the appropriate dilution ratios! 

Dilution Ratios

Here are our suggestions for dilution ratios with our powerful Concentrate:

  • For an All-Purpose Cleaner - 1 part Branch Basics Concentrate to 11 parts water
  • For a Bathroom Cleaner - 1 part Branch Basics Concentrate to 5 parts water
  • For a Streak-Free Cleaner - 1 drop Branch Basics Concentrate to 24 oz. distilled water
  • For a Foaming Hand Wash - 1 part Branch Basics Concentrate to 4 parts water
  • For Laundry Soap - 1 part Branch Basics Concentrate to 2 parts water

*For laundry, you'll use about 1 tablespoon of the solution for a regular sized lightly soiled load. You'll need a little more for larger loads or heavily soiled loads of laundry. 

Bottle Sizes

Below is the breakdown of common bottles sizes. If you have a different sized bottle, use the ratios above to fill your bottle.

If you have 24 ounce spray bottles:

  • All-Purpose Cleaner - 2 oz concentrate and the rest water
  • Bathroom Cleaner - 4 oz concentrate and the rest water
  • Streak-Free Cleaner - 1 drop Branch Basics Concentrate to 24 oz. distilled water

If you have 16 ounce spray bottles:

  • All-Purpose Cleaner - 1.33 oz concentrate and the rest water

  • Bathroom Cleaner - 2.66 oz concentrate and the rest water

  • Streak-Free Cleaner - 1 drop Branch Basics Concentrate to 16 oz. distilled water

Other:

  • Laundry Soap - 32 oz. Laundry Bottle - 10.66 oz concentrate and the rest water
  • Hand Foaming Wash - 10 oz. Foamer Bottle -  2 oz concentrate and the rest water

Marilee Nelson

Marilee Nelson is an Environmental Toxins expert who has spent nearly 30 years advocating for the chemically-sensitive and chronically-ill. She is a Board Certified Nutritionist, Certified Bau-Biologist and Bau-Biology Inspector and specializes in Food As Medicine. She has helped thousands of families and individuals identify, heal and recover from toxic exposures and is on a mission to revolutionize the way American families view their health.