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Use these essential oils instead of harsh cleaning products.

Instead of harsh cleaning detergents, use essential oils.

Use these essential oils instead of harsh cleaning products.

Plant lipids are used to make essential oils. They have a variety of qualities ranging from healing to disinfection and can be used in the house for a variety of purposes. They serve as homemade alternatives to chemical-laden retail items. The following are just a handful of the many domestic applications for essential oils.

Lemon oil is really useful in the home. Add 10 to 15 drops of lemon essential oil to 2 cups of baking soda to rejuvenate a stinky carpet. The baking soda can be put on the carpet and vacuumed later. This is especially beneficial for pet-owning families because lemon essential oil does not contain the harmful volatile components found in commercial carpet cleaners.

Lemon essential oil is also fantastic for making homemade dish soap. Simply combine 8 drops of lemon essential oil and 20 drops of lime essential oil in 2 cups of unscented castile soap.

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Try 2 drops of lavender oil to 2 cups of white vinegar for an efficient grease remover. The lavender's natural antimicrobial properties complement the vinegar nicely.

For an immediate mildew killer, blend the 2 cups of white vinegar with a teaspoon of tea tree oil and 10 drops of orange essential oil. It's handy to have in the bathroom.

These solutions are kinder to the environment than the cleaning supplies frequently purchased in supermarkets. Eliminating harsh chemicals from a cleaning routine is a breeze with essential oils!

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