8 Uses for Citrus Fresh Essential Oil!

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Citrus Fresh Essential Oil is a total favorite of mine! I’ve found so many uses for it around my home, and can’t get enough of the clean refreshing aroma that it provides.

It’s a blend of Orange, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Lemon, Mandarin, and Spearmint…how yummy does that sound?!

1. Make a quick and simple easy carpet freshener by adding 10-15 drops to a box of baking soda and sprinkle a bit on your carpet and rugs. Let sit for a few minutes and vacuum up.

2. Left that load of laundry in the wash machine too long? Seriously, who hasn’t done that from time to time! Just add a few drops of Citrus Fresh and your clothes won’t have that nasty odor.

3. Got some greasy hands and regular old soap isn’t quite cutting it, and a couple of drops of citrus fresh and they should be clean in no time.

4. Use Citrus Fresh to remove sticky residue. Like the time I sent my son’s band new dry fit t-shirt through the washer and dryer with a sticker on it and then proceeded to let it sit for, gasp, months because I didn’t know what to do with it. Yep, Citrus Fresh to the rescue!

5. Pop a few drops of this oily goodness into your diffuser to energize your morning and brighten your mood.

6. Make a refreshing sugar scrub by adding 10 drops to 1 1/2 cups of sugar and 1/4-1/2 cup of coconut oil (depending on how moist you like your scrubs).

7. Make your own air freshener by adding 8-10 drops of Citrus Fresh to a glass spray bottle filled with water and a bit of which hazel.

8. Cleaning seafood or other stinky food prep? Rub a few drops on your hands to get rid of those odors.

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Why I Clean My Entire House with Thieves Cleaner!

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If you attended my FREE Facebook Class recently, which was all about reducing the chemicals in your home, one of the products you heard me talk over and over about was Thieves Household Cleaner.

We honestly can’t get enough of this stuff! I used to make my own multi-purpose cleaner, and from time to time I still do, if dare I say it, I run out of Thieves Cleaner. I try VERY hard not to do that though because this truly is my go-to for cleaning everything in my home. Yes, I use to same cleaner for my bathroom as I do my son’s highchair and toys…shocking isn’t it?!

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Make Your Dishes Sparkle without Harsh Chemicals!

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Have you ever read the list of warnings on dishwashing rinse agents? Read them sometime and decide for yourself if you want to have it in your home.

Now of course I want sparkling clean dishes which are free of residue too, but you can definitely get that without all the chemicals. Just add a few drops of Orange Essential Oil with vinegar to your rinse agent compartment and you’re good to go!  It definitely doesn’t get much easier than that. 😉

Of course the added bonus is that your kitchen smells fabulous when the dishwasher is running too.

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Diaper Pail Diffuser for Essential Oils!

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diaper-pail-diffuserOh how I love my essential oils, and oh how I hate a stinky diaper pail! Sound familiar to any of you? Well I’ve come up with a super simple way to make your own diaper pail diffuser that you can use with any essential oils, even citrus oils.

The use of citrus oils in a plastic diaper pail can be tricky, as they have the ability to degrade plastic, but not to worry when you are using a stainless steel tea ball as your diffuser!

diffuser-diaper-pale-3If you happen to have the Safety 1st Easy Saver Diaper Pail like I do, which has a handy dandy compartment built right into the lid for an air freshener this DIY diffuser tucks right inside. If not no worries, just toss it into the bottom of the diaper pail and naturally eliminate those odors in a jiffy!

diaper-pale-diffuser-2Just add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to either a cotton ball or felt pad and place inside the tea ball. Some of my personal favorites are Purification or Melrose, as I find that they work especially well for keeping things smelling fresh and clean.

Remember, if you’re looking for a great deal on getting started with therapeutic-grade essential oils you can find one here!

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