Dump The Chemcials

February 23, 2018

If you have small children in your home, you're probably no stranger to child


safety locks on your cabinet doors.



And the reason is simple… think of all the harmful, toxic, dangerous


chemicals hiding in plastic containers behind those doors. They're used to


clean toilets, scrub sinks, and dissolve that disgusting glob of gunk that's


been hiding behind the trash can for 3 weeks now.

But there's a better way. 


Instead of stocking your home with unpronounceable toxic chemicals, you


can use NATURAL essential oils for cleaning!


With the power that cleaning chemicals wield, we of course want to protect


the precious little-ones in our lives from letting their curiosity lead them to a


dangerous – and potentially fatal – accident.

To be sure, you must always use essential oils with safety, according to the


label, and in the correct amounts.

Getting Started

You can use essential oils for household chores alongside other natural


products like bicarbonate of soda, Castile soap, and vinegar. Oils provide not


only an amazingly-fresh aroma, but also put the elbow-grease behind the


cleaning with their naturally derived, plant-based ingredients.

Some great oils for cleaning include Lemon, Lime, Tea Tree, Lavender, Pine,


Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Thyme, Orange, Rosemary, Peppermint, and the


essential oil blends – Thieves® and Purification®.

All have cleansing properties and the bonus is that these oils have multiple


purposes, so you can use them in all sorts of ways to support your health and




Cleaning Around The House

Here are a few ways to use essential oils in household cleaning. Feel free to


contact me to learn even more and be sure to do a quick spot test on


surfaces first!

The Floors: Pop a few drops of essential oils into your mop bucket with hot


water and a splash of vinegar. You'll get those floors sparkling clean.

The Toilet: A few drops of eucalyptus oil with some bicarbonate of soda in the


toilet bowl will clean it, remove odors, and keep your bathroom smelling



The Shower: Lemon oil + vinegar in the shower removes hard water stains


and unsightly mildew. Soak shower heads for a sparkling shine.

The Whole House: Combine 1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner and 2–3 cups


water. This all-purpose cleaner can be used on any surface in your home for


dusting, spot cleaning, scrubbing, or any other cleaning need.

Now you can actually ditch overpowering and harsh chemical-based products and


keep your home smelling fresh and clean, using all-natural ingredients!

How's that for the power of mother nature? 


This is an amazing recipe for cleaning your


entire bathroom!

It's all-natural, safe and will leave your bathroom looking and smelling great.

Say 'good-bye' to harsh chemicals!





  • ½ cup baking soda

  • 2 caps of Thieves household cleaner

  • 1 teaspoon water

  • 5 drops Thieves essential oil

  • 5 drops Lemon essential oil

Mix up a batch and rub it around your tub, sink, toilet, shower, so everything is



Let it sit and come back 15+ minutes later. Use a “no scratch” scrubber to rub the


surface and watch it sparkle!



The ultimate weapon to purify


the air without resorting to


harsh chemicals and overpowering store-bought products.




Citronella, Lavandin, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Myrtle, and Tea


Tree work together to create a refreshing, bright scent that


keeps you and your family happy and comfortable. 



Add a few drops of Purification®essential oil to a


cotton ball and put inside stinky shoes, vacuum


cleaner, trash can or diaper pail to eat odors.



To learn more about essential oils and how they can help you create a chemical


free home and literally transform every area of your life be sure to sign up for my


FREE Essential Oils 101 Online/Email Class.

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Bonnie Ellen


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