Removing toxins from your home has never been easier.
Looking for an all natural cleaner that doesn’t spread toxins around like wildfire? Do you know in your gut that typical commercial cleaners are doing your dog dirty rather than well, clean?
Well, this is it, mama. After my dog Laker had a type of cancer that has been proven to be caused by external forces, I made our house become an all-natural environment as much as possible. I rid our lives of anything synthetic, gave everyone fresh filtered water and we eat organic fresh food when possible.
Thank the Universe essential oils came into my life at the same time Laker had the big C. I learned you can substitute a lot of the chemical crap and toxins in your house with essential oils. And then I discovered this gem…
Thieves All Natural Household Cleaner!
This is the be all, end all to cleaning everything in your house… including your dogs!
Every ingredient in here is so completely safe for your sensitive animals, babies and you! I suggest you run to your nearest YL distributor (moi) and make yourself a member and buy all the bottles. It is also super concentrated, so this little bottle will last you a long time of cleaning. Which means money saved as well!
Here are some of the ways I use Thieves Household Cleaner for Dogs:
- FLEAS! This stuff kills fleas in seconds. I spray the dogs with this instead of chemicals and pesticide-based flea and tick treatment (hint: they all are) as well as spraying floors, bedding, etc to rid the house of fleas. Check out this post here about it.
- Skunk. Need I say more? Just add Young Living’s Purification oil to it for extra added benefit.
- Skin infections. This goes for yeast, bacteria, ringworm, mange. Just dilute.
- Spray in your yard or patio area for a bug repellant.
- Ear cleaner. Mix with water and other essential oils like purification, copaiba or lemongrass and wet a cotton ball. Leave a little bit of beneficial residue behind.
Here are some of the ways I use Thieves Household Cleaner for People:
- Dishwasher soap. Bet you didn’t think you could be poisoning yourself with your store-bought dish soap, but think about it. There’s always a residue, and then you eat from the residue. Ingesting synthetic chemicals is known to disrupt our endocrine systems among other things. Just use this stuff.
- Floor cleaner. This should also go under the pups section, because, your dog spends 90% of his or her life on the floor. (unless they are my dogs and they spend it on the sofa…) but then that leads me to my next point.
- Sofa cleaner! When your dogs finally make your sofa smelly and a mess, use this stuff in your carpet cleaner and clean the bejesus out of that sofa smell. I like to throw in a little purification oil when I do this, it rids the stank. Read more here about getting rid of stank.
- Carpet cleaner. Just like the last point, you can throw this stuff directly in your carpet steamer and go to town. Your floors will have a delightful clove/cinnamon smell and you know you won’t be poisoning the underbellies of your animals with nasty carpet cleaning chemicals.
- All-purpose cleaner. Just throw in a plastic spray bottle and dilute, and you are ready to disinfect your surfaces. Leaves them smooth and shiny too.
- Getting stickers or stuck on food off of surfaces. Just rub a finger drop’s worth of thieves on a sticker or pour a quarter of a capful on a pan with sticky food and come back in literally five minutes. Everything wipes off like it was never there. I tell you, this stuff is magical.
- Produce cleaner. just spray the diluted solution on produce before eating. This should ensure that you aren’t eating what was on the hands of someone else before you.
The possibilities of this stuff are endless! Do your own research and make empowered choices for your home. If you’re convinced at the powers of this non-toxic cleaner for dogs, click here to sign up as a Young Living member with my link and get some for yo’self!
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