To clean wooden floors, add one capful of Eucalyptus oil and 2 drops Lavender essential oil to half a bucket of water.
To clean windows, add 5 drops of Lemon essential oil to a cup of water and put into a spray bottle to use.
Another way to clean windows using vinegar and newspaper is to add 2 -3 drops of Lemon essential oil to your final wad of newspaper to remove streaks.
Rub leather shoes with a couple of drops of Lemon essential oil on a soft cloth to make them shiny.
Wipe over furniture with a cloth that has a few drops of Clove Bud essential oil on it. This will help prevent mildew forming and will give the furniture a lovely aromatic sheen.
To remove surface mould, dissolve 10 ml Eucalyptus oil in 1 tablespoon methylated spirits and add to 200ml water in a spray bottle. Spray over mould areas and wipe off.
To get rid of musty smells from cupboards, place on a shelf a cup of boiling water to which a few drops of essential oil such as Lavender, Rosemary or Thyme have been added. Close the cupboard and leave for a couple of hours.
To remove the sticky marks left by removing adhesive labels, wipe the surface with methylated spirits and a few drops of Eucalyptus essential oil.
Put 5 drops of Lavender essential oil onto a cotton wool ball and vacuum it up. Vacuum as usual and a lovely gentle fragrance will be released.
For an effective carpet freshener, simply add 20 drops of essential oil such as Lavender or Lemon, to ½ cup baking soda. Seal the mixture in a plastic bag or jar for a few hours to allow the oil to infuse. To use, sprinkle the mixture over the carpet. Leave for an hour before vacuuming.
Browse our full range of essential and fragrant oils