If case you hadn’t heard, I have wholeheartedly jumped on the essential oils bandwagon! As a matter of fact, one of my favorite products has quickly become the Thieves Household Cleaner. But I was having trouble remembering the “recipes” or mixtures I was using. Then friends and family would ask what ratio I used for a certain mixture, and I’ve have to check my Pinterest page, look at my bottles (if I had thought to write it on them!), and sometimes even do a Google search.
Now I don’t know about the rest of you, but that was simply too much work for me! I wanted all of my Thieves Household Cleaner products and recipes in one place. That’s where the Thieves Household Cleaner Cheat Sheet came into play.You see, I don’t want any excuses for why I’m not using my chemical free cleaning supplies regularly. I want one place where I can find all of my recipes to use myself, and one convenient place to share all of them with my family and friends as well!
This little printable is exactly what I need! I took all of my favorite Thieves Household Cleaner recipes and put them on one convenient sheet. This little beauty will now hang inside my cupboard for immediate access the next time I need to throw together a mixture or clean something.
Here are the recipes included with my cheat sheet:
- Multi-Purpose Cleaner
- Clothing Stain Remover
- Fruit & Veggie Wash
- Window Cleaner
- Wood Cleaner (although not for wood floors)
- Carpet Shampoo
- Dishwasher Detergent
- Floor Cleaner
- Heavy Degreasing
- Laundry Detergent
- Toy Cleaner
- Portable Hand Cleaner & Purifier
- DIY Cleaning Wipes
Another great thing about this Thieves Household Cleaner cheat sheet? If you don’t already know this, one bottle of THC goes a LONG way! Sometimes I forget the ratio to mix when it’s time to fill another bottle. This cheat sheet lets me quickly look up the ratio recipe in no time flat! Call me lazy if you want, but I prefer efficient. 😉
Anyway, you can click here or on the picture above to go download your free copy right now. I want everyone to be as efficient (and lazy!) as me! 😉