50 Uses for Thieves Household Cleaner

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  1. Clean stainless steel appliances
  2. DIY Foaming Hand Soap  (Fill a foaming hand soap container 1/4 of the way full with Liquid Castille soap. Add one capful of Thieves Household Cleaner and the rest water.)
  3. No streak window cleaning
  4. No streak mirror cleaning
  5. Clean stove tops
  6. Clean ovens (spray, soak, wipe clean)
  7. Clean marble, granite, corian, & formica countertops
  8. Clean sinks
  9. Clean toilet bowls
  10. Clean Tubs
  11. Clean Showers
  12. Grout cleaning made easy (Mix 2 capfuls of Thieves Household Cleaner with baking soda, until pastey. Let soak then wipe away.)
  13. Homemade liquid dish soap
  14. Freshen Laundry (Add one capful to your laundry cycle)
  15. Use as a spot treatment spray on stained clothes (Use 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner to 4-6 cups of water in a spray bottle for spot treatment)
  16. Spot clean carpet
  17. Clean inside of fridge/freezer
  18. Clean microwave
  19. Clean outside and inside cupboards
  20. Clean inside drawers
  21. Wood Furniture Cleaner (1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner with 3/4 c. olive oil and 3 drops Lemon essential oil. Wipe down wood furniture, cabinets, tabletops.)
  22. Clean floors- linoleum, faux wood, hardwood, tile (1-2 capfuls Thieves Household Cleaner and fill spray bottle with water, mist surface and mop. Also add 1 capful to small bucket of water for heavier floor cleaning, I usually just take water on a mop or microfiber mop and spray Thieves Household Cleaner on the floor that I’m mopping. A light mist works great!
  23. Clean ceiling fans
  24. Clean light fixtures
  25. Clean sliding glass door tracks
  26. Clean your garbage cans (inside and out)
  27. Clean walls
  28. Clean mop boards
  29. Clean vents
  30. Clean outlets
  31. Clean doorknobs
  32. Use in dishwasher (1 capful to bottom)
  33. Clean pots & pans (soak and wipe clean)
  34. Use the light de-greasing ratio for cleaning walls, outlets and vents
  35. Wipe down toys and baby items (soak extra sticky toys in sink full of water)
  36. Clean exercise equipment (yoga mat, weights, equipment)
  37. DIY hand cleaner (2 oz. spray bottle and 1/4-1/2 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner, fill with water)
  38. Spray down matresses
  39. Freshen washing machine using “clean cycle” or just add 1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner on regular cycle
  40. Clean Fabrics (spot test)
  41. Clean around fireplace
  42. Clean mantel
  43. Dust furniture
  44. Clean blinds
  45. Add to Rainbow Vaccuum for extra cleaning power
  46. Add to power washer
  47. Clean your produce and fruits (dilute cleaner with water in a sink full of water, let veggies and fruit soak, rinse well.  Or try Young Living Produce Wash)
  48. Clean whirlpool tub (Fill tub and add 1-2 capfuls Thieves Household Cleaner, then run jets for 5 minutes)
  49. Spray down inside of car (dashboard, seats, console)
  50. Use to wash car (Add 1/3 cup Thieves Household Cleaner to large bucket of water)

 

Whew!

There you have it 50 Ways to Use Thieves Household Cleaner. It really is your one-stop cleaning solution. This product is so affordable it can replace a cupboard full of other chemically laden cleaners. It lasts for a really long time too. Learn more details about Thieves Household Cleaner here and find dilution ratios too. Did I mention that everything you clean will smell amazing?

 
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This is my obligatory disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and they have not been evaluated by the FDA. My blog may contain some affiliate links to help support the continued education from this blog. Read the full disclosure/disclaimer here
 

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Comments

  1. These are great, practical tips! Thank you for sharing on Meetup Monday!

  2. Tara Siudy (Little Miss Dexterous) says:

    I love my Young Living Oils! Thanks for linking up at the Meet Up Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again next week! Can’t wait to see more great posts from you!

  3. Suzanne says:

    Hi this is a great list! My I print it to share with a customer? ( giving you credit of course)

  4. Amanda C says:

    Have you actually used this on marble? I had a friend asking. She was told she shouldn’t even use lemon juice or vinegar on it… just hydrogen peroxide. I think she’s interested, but hesitant…

    • I do not have marble. I would test in inconspicuous area. I have heard of others using it safely on marble.

  5. Amanda C says:

    Also, when using in dishwasher, do you only use the thieves cleaner or do you also use “normal” dishwasher detergent?

    • Now I will only be using Thieves dishwashing soap…new YL convention product from last week. Stay tuned for blog post on this amazing product!