Monday, March 4, 2013

12 Reasons to Clean Green! With Thieves Household Cleaner



12 Reasons to Use Young Living’s
     Thieves Household Cleaner and
     --  CLEAN GREEN!



Copyright 2013, 2014, 2015 and continuing 
Jacquleyn A Close


 1. To reduce toxic chemicals in your home
 2. Reduce and eliminate potential poisoning
      by keeping toxic chemicals away from
      the most vulnerable - pets and children
 3. Reduce indoor air pollution
 4. To reduce exposure to chemicals that cause
      respiratory distress and disease
 5. Reduce exposure to endocrine disruptors
 6. Reduce exposure to carcinogens
 7. To reduce exposure to neurotoxins
 8. To safely and effectively kill germs (other
      chemicals often lead to bacterial resistance
      and the formation of SuperBugs)
 9. Reduce and eliminate viruses
10. To reduce, eliminate and prevent bacteria
11. Prevent, eliminate, remove or contain mold
       and fungal infestation that lead to illness, pain
       and disease
      
12. To Save Money!

Use the full Thieves line of products to help you clean
with confidence and great results.


Thieves All Purpose Cleaner - floors, walls, countertops,
windows, cars, furniture, laundry, dishes, shoes, stains,
kills 99.96% germs, versatile, and very economical. See
the bottle for dilution ratios.

Window Cleaner - two drops THC in one quart water in
a spray bottle, wipe with a lint free cloth or newspaper

Basic Scouring Powder –
1/2 cup baking soda
1/2 cup borax
20 drops YL Lemon oil
Sift together and store in a cheese container with holes
Sprinkle on wet surface and clean

Grout cleaner - YL toothpaste or scouring powder recipe

Carpet Freshener
Option 1:
add ten drops of your favorite oil to a cotton ball and
insert into the vacuum bag

Option 2:
1 cup baking soda
20 drops Purification
Sprinkle, let sit 15 minutes or longer
Vacuum

Homemade Thieves Laundry Detergent
1 quart boiling water
1 bar Fels Naptha (grated)
2 cups Borax
2 cups Washing Soda
6 quarts tap or distilled water
1/2 cup Young Living Thieves Household Cleaner
1 teaspoon Young Living Essential Oil
    (Use an oil that has the aroma you prefer.
      Suggestions:  Thieves, Grapefruit, Orange,
      Lavender, or Purification.)


Stir grated bar soap into the boiling water until the
soap has melted. 
Add Borax and Washing Soda. 
Stir until dissolved.
Add 6 quarts water, stirring until well mixed. 

When cool, add Thieves Household Cleaner and
the Essential Oil of your choice.  Stir again. 

Pour into empty laundry bottles, plastic bowls with lids,
or ice cream buckets. 
Before each use, stir again or gently shake.

Makes over 6 quarts of liquid laundry detergent. 
Use approximately 1/4 cup per load.


You can also remove…
gum, lipstick, oil, grease, and paint by applying
a few drops of Lemon and Thieves oils to the
affected spot.


Wood Furniture Cleaner
2 Tablespoons almond oil
10 drops lemon
Spray onto cloth and polish furniture


Floor cleaner – For No-Wax floors –
1 capful THC
1 cup vinegar
2 gallons hot water
20 drops Essential oil(s) of choice
Several squirts Young Living Bath Gel to help disperse


Air Freshener- diffuse any oil. Favorites include:
Thieves, Purification, Citrus Fresh, Abundance, Lemon, Christmas Spirit


Thieves Hand Sanitizer - great alternative to commercial
brands of hand sanatizers that use Triclosan, a dangerous chemical

Mold Prevention-
Clean regularly with Thieves Household Cleaner and
diffuse for at least 30 minutes 3 times a day-3 days each week
or diffuse for 8 hours once a week
Uses approximately 1 bottle of Thieves oil per month

Mold Remediation
Diffuse Thieves Oil, full strength, for 24-48 hours using
  Young Living’s TheraPro Premium Diffuser. Remove
  all mold damaged materials. Clean studs, floors, and
  walls with Thieves Household Cleaner full strength
  (use THC undiluted when cleaning indoor walls or
  porous materials for mold remediation purposes).
  After replacing damaged materials with new ones,
  then diffuse again for at least 24 hours.

May You Enjoy Vibrant Health and
Abundant Blessings!
Jacquelyn Close



















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