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Thieves Style Cleaner Uses Guide

Updated: Jan 1



You can use various essential oil blends for these cleaners - Young Living Thieves, Plant Therapy Germ Fighter, Eden's Garden Fighting Five, Rocky Mountain Oils Immune Strength, and Lisse Essentials Protect Blend.

You can get a deep clean without dangerous or synthetic ingredients.

Proportion Guide:

Note: One capful of cleaner = 1 Tbsp. (one-half ounce)

You can make your own cleaner from this recipe:

Water/White Vinegar/Witch Hazel in equal proportions

Your pick of the blends listed above, OR:

Clove (Eugenia Caryophyllus) Bud Oil

Lemon (Citrus Limon) Peel Oil

Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum) Bark Oil

Eucalyptus Radiata Leaf Oil

Note: Best if used with distilled water (do not use water that contains chlorine, fluoride, or other harsh chemicals).

The GOAL is an environment that is free of harsh chemicals.

A. All purpose cleaner in a spray bottle: 1 capful cleaner to 1 quart water B. Light Degreasing: 1 capful cleaner to 3 ¾ cups of water C. Medium Degreasing: 1 capful cleaner to 2 cups water D. Heavy Degreasing: 1 capful cleaner to 1 cup water E. Window and glass cleaner: 1 capful cleaner to 5 quarts water or ¼ teaspoon to a quart of water for spray bottles F. Hand cleaner: ½ cup cleaner to 1/2 cup water G. Dishwasher: 1 capful cleaner H. Pot and Pans: ½ capful of cleaner to 3 cups water I. Floors: 1 capful cleaner to 6 ¼ cups water J. Walls: 1 capful cleaner to a little less than 2 cups water K. Fabrics: 1 capful cleaner to 2 cups water L. Laundry: Depending on size of washer, use 1 to 2 capfuls of cleaner M. Carpet: cleaner to 6 ¼+ cups water

Just a few of the uses: 1. Oven cleaner — spray cleaner full strength and let sit for an hour, rinse and wipe clean. 2. Laundry — 1 capful cleaner in 1 cup water, add to water for the wash cycle or add 1 capful of cleaner to the soap bin at beginning of the wash. 3. Paint stains – washing the affected area, clothes or surface with cleaner full strength may help to take out the stain. 4. Vegetable stains from juicing – soak for 30 minutes the plastic and or metal cutting blades in a solution of full strength cleaner 5. Automatic Dishwasher — add 1 capful cleaner to the bottom of the dishwasher. 6. Hand Dish washing — add 1 capful cleaner to a sink of hot water (does not suds, but will get them clean). 7. Hand Washing extra dirty pots and pans — use cleaner guide “H”. 8. Cleaning counter tops — spray with cleaner guide “A” and let sit for 1-2 minutes, wipe dry. 9. Refrigerator — wipe down with cleaner guide “A”. 10. Stove and oven fronts — wipe with cleaner guide “A”. 11. Stove top — clean with cleaner guide “A” to “D” depending on tough cleaning need. 12. Shower tile — spray with cleaner guide “C” let sit for a minute, rinse and wipe clean. 13. Mop floor — Cleaner guide “A” to “D” depending on tough cleaning need. 14. Toilet — Cleaner guide “A” to “D” depending on tough cleaning need. 15. Shower gunk — spray using cleaner guide “A” to “D” let sit 5 minutes and rinse, repeat if necessary. 16. Shower glass — spray cleaner guide “E” on glass and wipe dry. *Newspaper leaves a streak free shine. 17. Window cleaner — spray cleaner guide “E” on glass and wipe dry. *Newspaper leaves a streak free shine. 18. Window Sills — clean with cleaner guide “A”. 19. Base boards — clean with cleaner guide “A”. 20. Bathroom counters – clean with cleaner guide “A”. 21. Bathroom sinks — clean with cleaner guide “A”. 22. Shower curtain — wash with cleaner guide “A”. 23. Bath tub — clean with cleaner guide “A” to “D”, depending on toughness of cleaning need. 24. Liquid hand soap — use cleaner guide “F” and add in a hand soap pump dispenser. (The equal amounts used will depend on size of dispenser) 25. Use as dryer softener — spread ½ capful cleaner on wash towel and place in the dryer. 26. Spots on fabric — spray on cleaner guide “K” and wipe with clean cloth (color test first). 27. Stains on carpet — spray on cleaner guide “M” and wipe with clean cloth (color test first). 28. Degreaser — clean with cleaner guide “B” to “D” according to cleaning need. 29. Walls — wash with cleaner guide “J” and rinse clean and dry. 30. Floors — mop with cleaner guide “I” and then rinse, even works for wood floors. 31. Carpet cleaning for machines — add cleaner guide “M” to machine and clean floors. 32. Cleaning silk plants — spray on cleaner guide “A” to silk plants then wipe clean. 33. Controlling Gunk – Keep the outside of your home looking clean and fresh. Spray the concrete, patios, sidewalks, driveways, home siding or brick on home with the cleaner guide “D” let sit and then wash down. If gunk is bad may need to spray full strength cleaner. 34. Wallpaper removal – spray wallpaper area with cleaner guide “A” or “B” as needed, let sit and then pull off the paper. This will also help clean the woodwork on the way down and the flooring. 35. Phone — wipe down with cleaner guide “A”. 36. Door knobs — wipe down with cleaner guide “A” to “D”. 37. Toilet seats— clean with cleaner guide “A” to “D” and wipe dry. 38. Baseboards – spray cleaner guide “A” around your baseboards. 39. Pet odors — spray cleaner guide “A” in air and on furniture (test fabric colorfastness first). 40. Dog & cat beds – spray with cleaner guide “A” weekly. 41. Live plants – spray cleaner guide “A” or “E” to mist plants. 42. Grout cleaner — spray cleaner full strength and scrub with old toothbrush. 43. Car interior cleaner – wash with cleaner guide “A”, “B” or “E”. 44. Patio furniture cleaner – wash with cleaner guide “A” to “D” as needed. 45. Mini-blinds — wipe down with cleaner guide “A” or “B” as needed. 46. Tire cleaner — wash down with cleaner guide “D” with wet brush then rinse. 47. BBQ grill grates — clean with cleaner guide “B” to “D”, may require a brush. 48. Office cleaning — use cleaner guide for office cleaning as you would your home. 49. Ceiling fan blades — use cleaner guide “A” or “B” to wipe down. 50. Sneakers — spray with cleaner guide “A” to control odors. 51. Shoe cleaner — use cleaner guide “A” to “D” as needed for cleaning. 52. Luggage cleaner — use cleaner guide “A” to “D” as needed. 53. Purse or handbag cleaner — use cleaner guide “A” to “D” as needed. 54. Luggage cleaner — use cleaner guide “A” to “D” as needed. 55. Exercise equipment — wipe down with cleaner guide “A” to “D”, great home gym cleaner. 56. Clean sink overnight – pour ½ capful cleaner full strength to deodorize drains and let sit. 57. Diaper pail — pour ½ capful cleaner full strength in bottom of pail, let sit, then clean and dry. 58. Wipe down crib — use cleaner guide “A” or “B” to clean the crib. 59. Wipe down high chair –use cleaner guide “A” or “B” to clean the high chair. 60. Clean toys — use cleaner guide “A” through “D” as needed to keep clean. 61. Quick cleaning – use cleaner guide “A” to “D” most anywhere.

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