Her Mom Is in Love with the Scent of Her 2 Ingredient Carpet Deodorizer, Cheap and Perfect!

This DIY idea will change the way you look at carpet cleaning. Instead of using store bought carpet cleaners this nontoxic cleaner using simple ingredients that are safe to use around your family and also safe for the environment. And this diy idea looks good too with these adorable mason jar shakers for carpet cleaning that smells fresh and clean. This DIY idea won't cost you a lot of money and uses ingredients that are inexpensive and that you may already have around the house.

Using 30 to 50 drops of your favorite essential oils in this diy idea is a great way to make your house smell the way you want. It's also a great way to know that what you are breathing is safe. Essential oils are typically extracted by the process of distillation, which most often uses steam. Other processes for extracting the essential oils that are found in plants include resin tapping, expression, solvent extraction, absolute oil extraction, and cold pressing. Essential oils can be used in perfumes, soaps, cosmetics, and other products. Essential oils can be used in wide variety of natural cleaning solutions to recipes ideas for food and drink recipes. Essential oils can also be adding to incense and household cleaning solutions. Essential oils have been used medicinally in history as natural remedies for centuries. Lemon essential oil is something that may help to alleviate emotional distress, and fatigue. To use put a couple of drops of lemon essential oil in a diffuser or 8 to 10 drops in a bath. Lemon essential oil has antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, and cleansing properties. Wild orange essential oil has a happy scent and works at cutting grease. You can use orange essential oil to remove annoying stickers off plates and dishes you buy at the store. You can also make your nontoxic cleaner with some orange essential oil, some castile soap and mixed with some water to wipe down stovetops and counters. There are tons of ways to use orange oil including making your homemade fabric softener crystals, as a natural floor cleaner, and as an energizing kitchen spray. Once you start using essential oils to make your nontoxic cleaners, you will never look back at store bought cleaners that contain toxic ingredients.

If you are still using regular house cleaners that you buy at the store, you will want to know the ingredients that may be lurking in the products you use. One way to find out is to take a look at the EWG or Environmental Working Group website. This nonprofit environmental research organization is based in Washington, D.C. The site provides so much useful information on home cleaning products and natural cleaning solutions from the published scientific literature, to help supplement incomplete data that is available from companies and the government. The EWG site is a ground-breaking initiative that uncovers the truth about the toxic chemicals that are found in many common home cleaning products that are found on store shelves. The Environmental Working Group has uncovered some compelling evidence that hundreds of home cleaning products even some of those products that are hyped as green or eco-friendly cleaning products that can inflict serious harm on unknowing users. Many of the home cleaning solutions people use pose severe risks to children who may ingest or spill them or breathe in their fumes.

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