Congratulations on being interested enough in your health to research natural cleaners.
Before my first child was born I was introduced to the power of tea tree (an essential oil) as a natural cleaner. And when my Grandma died of cancer 3 years later, I again realized the importance of doing what we can to rid our homes and our diets as much as possible of cancer causing chemicals.
It hasn’t been an overnight transformation, but I did begin to investigate how to make your own natural cleaners, and more recently have been enjoying the Young Living brand natural cleaners which are formulated with essential oils and other natural ingredients.
This post will be a great reference for you, and I hope you will bookmark it and refer to it often if you are also interested in trading chemical cleaners for natural cleaners in your home.
How to Make Your Own Natural Cleaners
Non-Essential Oil Based Cleaners
Get a free printable HERE with recipes for All-purpose cleaner replacement, soft-scrub replacement, natural laundry detergent, natural dishwasher detergent, bleach alternative, grout cleaner, air freshener, glass cleaner, dusting spray, and toilet bowl cleaner.
Essential Oil based cleaners
- Thieves hand purifier
- Thieves multi-purpose cleaner
- Baby wipes or this one: Baby wipes II
- Disposable cleaning wipes
- Carpet freshener
- Wood cleaner and polish
- Natural glass cleaner
- Natural replacement for dryer sheets
- DIY fabric softener
- DIY laundry pods
- Homemade liquid dishsoap
Another option for natural cleaners is to purchase them already made. Young Living now has these Thieves based cleaners available:
If you’d like to learn more about essential oils in general, Young Living brand products, or where to get them, please click here, or check out one of our other posts below.