Welcome Spring! It’s full of the promise of new beginnings. New leaves on the trees. New blooms in the garden. Maybe new love. And as we take in all this newness, it makes us yearn for a new beginning in our homes.
So here’s to Spring cleaning and our 6 Best Essential Oil Spring Cleaning Recipes!
There was a time, before we embarked on this oily journey, when Spring cleaning meant pulling out the bleach and other harsh, chemical-laden cleaners that not only assaulted our health, but also our noses. Not any more!
Many essential oils have ultra effective deep cleaning properties, and they smell good, too!
So just in time for Spring, we’ve gathered up some our favorite household deep cleaning products that are not only tested and tried to make sure they work, but will be a sheer delight to your senses.
See Our 6 Best Essential Oil Spring Cleaning Recipes
Bathroom tiles can be the worst to clean. All the soap scum and gunk just builds up and it requires some serious scouring action to cut through the grime. This cleaner features the gentle scrubbing power of baking soda teamed with Tea Tree and Thieves essential oils for extra cleansing “umph” and a delightfully fresh scent.
Baking soda is one of our go to ingredients for all-natural, non-toxic household cleaners and when you combine it with Orange, Pine, and Tea Tree essential oils, your grimy, dirty oven doesn’t stand a chance! Not to mention, it smells a whole lot better than store-bought ammonia based cleaners and it’s safer, too.
The Sal Suds and vinegar in this recipe work together to disinfect, cut grease and really clean. During Spring cleaning, it’s great to use on areas under kitchen appliances, the washer and dryer – anywhere yuck accumulates throughout the year. And Rosemary and Lemon essential oils leave the entire house smelling amazing!
Carpets undergo alot of wear and tear and often need a little extra TLC. Baking soda and Purification essential oil is the dynamic duo in this natural carpet cleaner and deodorizer recipe that is formulated to neutralize and eliminate odors, clean the air of impurities, and freshen the room in the process.
“They” say you’re supposed to clean your mattresses once a month, yeah right. Once a year is a bit more realistic. Be sure to mix up an extra big batch of the Carpet Cleaner and Deodorizer above and follow these instructions for cleaning your mattress. Then follow up with this mattress refresher recipe. It takes less than a minute to make and you’ll love the fresh, clean scent of the Tea Tree and Lemon essential oil combo.
Let’s face it, no one like to wash windows. And if you’re like me, you’ll procrastinate it down to once a year. Might as well choose the time of year it’s the most beautiful outside. Toss out that old bottle of “blue cleaner” and mix up a batch of this grime cutting solution made from vinegar, water, and fresh smelling Lemongrass essential oil. It smells like Spring!
Plus, we’ve got dozens more household cleaning recipes made with essential oils. You can see all of them here!
You also might be interested in our Household Cleaning Make & Take Party printable pack! It’s full of great recipes for getting your house cleaned naturally. We’ve got everything done for you to host a successful party…all you have to do is invite your friends and family and have fun! Your guests will get to make and take home these recipes:
- Bathroom Air Spray
- Carpet Cleaner & Deodorizer
- Daily Shower Cleaner
- Liquid Dish Soap
- Kitchen Degreaser & Oven Cleaner
- Stainless Steel Cleaner
- Tile Floor Cleaner
- Window & Mirror Cleaner
See all the details for our Household Cleaning Make & Take Party here!
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