DoTerra Kitchen cleaning


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DoTerra Kitchen cleaning

  1. 1. All Purpose Cleaner • 2 C. Vinegar • Mix all together in a spray bottle. • 2 C. Distilled Water (can boil tap water) • Shake bottle before each use. • 10 drops Lemon Oil (can use any other oils as well, White Fir, Lavender and Wild Orange are a great combo)
  2. 2. Disinfecting Spray • 30 oz water • Combine and shake well. • 2 squirts plant based liquid soap • 5-10 drops each of lemon, lavender and White Fir (can use OnGuard as well if you don’t want to use single oils)
  3. 3. Soft Scrub • 1C Baking Soda • Liquid Castile Soap Mixed with water so its not “soapy” • 10 drops Melaleuca Essential Oil • Place baking soda in bowl. Slowly pour in Liquid Castile Soap stirring constantly. Add Liquid Castile Soap till consistency resembles Frosting. • Store in a jar or squeeze bottle and use as you would soft scrub
  4. 4. Homemade Comet • 2 C. Baking Soda • ½ C. Borax • 10 Drops oil of Choice • Dump the powders into a large mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly with hands. Sprinkle Mix in oils. Mix with hands again thoroughly, breaking up any clumps. Spoon into clean parmesan cheese container. Use it to clean like you would ‘Comet’ cleaner.
  5. 5. Oven Cleaner/ Grout Cleaner • 5 Tbs. Baking Soda • 4 Tbs. Vinegar • 3 Drops Dish Soap • 10 drops Lemon • Measure Baking soda into a bowl. Slowly add Vinegar stirring as you add it. Mix in soap and oil. Coat over/grout wait 15 minutes and wipe off. Can use a scouring pad if you need a little more elbow grease.
  6. 6. Mold and Mildew Cleaner • Pour 2 cups distilled white vinegar into a spray bottle • Add 2 drops lemon essential oil and 2 drops melaleuca essential oil • Shake well and spray on infected area • For a little scrubbing power use some homemade soft scrub
  7. 7. Dish Soap • 2 Cups of Castile Soap • ½ Cup Warm Water • 3 drops Essential Oil (Recommended Options: Peppermint, Eucalyptu s & Citrus Oils) • Place ingredients in an old, recycled, dish soap bottle. Shake well before each use.
  8. 8. Homemade Foaming hand soap • Water to fill the dispenser • 1-2 tsp peppermint or Almond Castile Soap • 3-5 drops essential oil of your choice • Add castile soap to bottle • Add Oils • Fill remaining with Water • Can add a drop of food coloring if you’d like • Shake and enjoy!
  9. 9. Window Cleaner • 1 1/2 C Vinegar • 1/2 C Purified or Distilled Water • 8 drops Any Citrus Essential Oil • Mix in a spray bottle or jar and apply to mirrors or glass. Shake before each use.
  10. 10. Floor Cleaner • 1 gallon warm water • ¼ vinegar • 10-20 drops lemon • 3 drops oregano • Mix all in a bucket or spray bottle and go to town.
  11. 11. Dishwasher Detergent • 1 C Washing Soda • 1 C Borax • 3 drops OnGuard Essential Oil • Mix thoroughly and store in a plastic container. Use approximately 2 TBS/load. Tip use vinegar in the rinse compartment to help prevent residue. Shake well before use.
  12. 12. Dishwasher Detergent Cubes • 1 C. Borax • 1 C. Washing Soda • ½ C. Kosher Salt • 2 Packets unsweetened lemon kool-aide • 10 drops Lemon or Purify • Water • Mix all dry ingredients together. Moisten just enough to incorporate all ingredients. • Press into Ice cube trays • Let dry about 24 hours • Pop out and store in airtight container.
  13. 13. Dishwasher Cleaner • 2 cups white vinegar • Mix baking soda and oils together, sprinkle in • ½ c. baking soda bottom of dishwasher • 5 drops purify, lemon or • Pour vinegar in a pyrex On guard type measuring cup and place on top rack of dishwasher. Run dishwasher on short cycle or rinse cycle.
  14. 14. Homemade Bleach Gel Ingredients • ¾ cup water • 3 Tbsp corn starch • 4-7 Tbsp household bleach • Mix water and corn starch together in a small pan. Bring to a boil, stirring continuously until mixture becomes translucent and pudding-like. Let cool. If you need to make it more than a few hours ahead of time, cover the pot with plastic wrap so it won’t dry out. Start adding bleach by the Tbsp, until you have the consistency and strength you desire. Gel will thin a little bit after sitting. Use as you would regular bleach gel. • Store in a left over glue bottle.