Introduction, please!

October 5, 2016

I want to introduce you to something so great, so spectacular, that it will knock your socks off. Seriously! For those of you who use Young Living products, I’m sure you have heard some of the hullabaloo surrounding this product.

It’s Young Living’s Thieves Household Cleaner. This cleaner seems expensive at first glance, but when you take a closer look at the dilution ratios, it comes out to a better deal than most cleaners on the market, and it works better too! It’s a “green” product, in that it’s non-toxic and you can get that deep-down clean without synthetic or harmful ingredients. It has that great Thieves scent that we’ve all grown to love (cinnamon, clove, and lemon!) I love this cleaner, and it takes me forever to get through a full 64 oz. bottle! Seriously, like a year.

The dilution ratios are below, and yes, you really do use this little. It’s super concentrated, and it super-works! I’ve used it in my dishwasher it’s out-performed the leading dishwasher pack. Did not leave a spot on my glasses or the stainless steel bowl from my Kitchenaid mixer. I’m telling you… get some today!

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Thieves Household Cleaner Usage Ratios

To begin, 1 capful = 1/2 tbsp. = 3tsp.

Light Degreasing: 1 capful to 3 3/4 cups water

Heavy Degreasing: 1 capful to 1-2 cups water

Dishwasher to clean dishes: 1 capful in the bottom of the dishwasher then start cycle

Tile/Linoleum Floors: 1 capful to 6 1/4 cups water

Walls: 1 capful to 2 cups water

Washing Machine (to wash clothing): 1-2 capfuls with each batch of clothing

Carpet: 1 capful to 6 1/4 cups water

Heavy duty hand cleaner: 1/2 cup cleaner to 1/2 cup water and put in a foaming hand pump

Pots and pans: 1 capful to 3 cups water



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