Spring Cleaning

If I clean my house enough will it finally feel like spring outside? Man! What a joke! The biggest prank ever was when it was 55 degrees in February in Minnesota. Lets just say that NEVER happens and once again it’s freezing outside. The best part about spring cleaning is that I never have to feel like I’m inhaling tons of chemicals to get the job done thanks to Thieves Household Cleaner. Young Living has a ton of great products that are not essential oils, but I have to say their cleaner is by far my favorite. Because of it’s all natural benefits I never have to worry about my child coming in contact with it. This ONE bottle replaced everything under my sink and it’s SO nice to not have a bunch of different bottles cluttering up precious under the sink space! Plus because it’s so concentrated that bottle last a long time. You only have to use one capful of cleaner per spray bottle filled with water. Oh and it smells awesome!

Here is a list of possible uses but really the list is endless. I keep my “daily cleaning” bottle next to my sink and I pretty much use it for EVERYTHING below unless I need a more heavy-duty approach and then I will make the other mixtures.

Daily Cleaning: 1 capful of Thieves to 2-3 cups of water (I just fill my spray bottle up!) (USE: granite countertops, sinks, doorknobs, light switches, children toys, exercise equipments, garbage cans, fireplace, microwave, oven, stove top, stainless steel appliances, cleaning my car, cupboards, fridge & freezer, walls, floors, glass/mirrors, vents, mattress, blind, dog kennels, light bathroom cleaning, ummm EVERYTHING)

Heavy Duty Bathroom Cleaner: ½ cup of Thieves, 2 ½-3 Cups of Baking Soda (USE: Bathroom sinks, vanity, grout, bathtubs, showers, toilets)

Wood Cleaner: 10 drops Pine essential oil, 1 cap of Thieves, 1 cup olive oil (USE: Wood floors, wood table tops)

Glass & Mirror Cleaner: 5 drops Lemon (or Orange) essential oil, 1 cap of Thieves, 3 cups of water & 1 tsp white vinegar (STREAK FREE!!)

Heavy Degreasing: 1 cap of Thieves to 1 cup of water (USE: Grills, oven racks)

Carpet Cleaner: 1 cap of Thieves to 6 cups of water

Fruit & Veggie Spray: 1 capful Thieves to 3 cups of water

Dishwasher: 1 capful of Thieves

Deep Cleaning Pots & Pans: 1 capful of Thieves to 3 cups of water

Fabric Stain Remover: 1 capful of Thieves to 2 cups of water (USE: Clothing, couches, cushions, pillows, mattress topper)

Laundry: 1-2 capfuls of Thieves per wash

You can also DIY your own foaming hand soap, liquid dish soap or laundry detergent with Thieves Household Cleaner. I will have to post these recipes soon!

Seriously though, who doesn’t love a product that is all natural, non-toxic, economical and highly effective?? It will be the LAST cleaning product that I ever buy. I am dead serious when I say that too. I am a beTHIEVER. Yes, that’s a made up name for those who believe in Thieves and I am proud of it.

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Now back to cleaning and dreaming of warmer weather. What’s your springtime routine?


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