How many different household cleaners do you have? I used to have a kitchen cleaner, bathroom cleaner, floor cleaner, and window cleaner. Plus, there were various other cleaners under my sink to tackle specific areas, like the stove or toilet.
Now, I use Thieves Household Cleaner in the following areas:
1. Kitchen – I use a capful of the concentrated Thieves Cleaner in a glass spray bottle and mix with water. I use this bottle to spray down the counters, the sink, and the stove.
2. Bathroom – I use that same spray bottle from the kitchen in my bathroom to clean the bathroom sink, toilet, and tub.
3. Floors – I mop our kitchen floor, bathroom floor, and entry way with a capful of the cleaner in my mop bucket with warm water. To clean our carpets, I add a capful of cleaner into our carpet shampooer (lol, is that a word?). For stains, I use the kitchen spray bottle to spray down the area and use a toothbrush to scrub it.
4. Windows/Mirrors – I use the kitchen spray bottle, again, when it comes to cleaning the windows and mirrors around the house.
What used to be done with a handful of bottles, is now done with one bottle. I had a bottle of Thieves Household Cleaner (14.4 oz size) last me an entire year. Gasp! Seriously, are you gasping???
Some people go through it a bit quicker…. maybe I need to clean my house more? I don’t know, but still, even if it only lasted me 6 months, that would be pretty awesome.
Using this one bottle of cleaner in place of maybe half a dozen others saves me time and money. Oh, and bonus… It’s safe for you to use and breathe while you clean.
Think about this for a second. Has a cleaner made you gag or feel like you needed to get fresh air after using it? My former bathroom cleaner was so guilty of that. It was awful and so were the warnings on the label.
There’s a healthier way to clean friends. So, check out the oil-infused Thieves Household Cleaner.