ECO

PRODUCTS

DIY

We like to use eco home cleaning products for many reasons:

 

1. Working within the cleaning industry we don't want to be inhaling harmful chemicals everyday.

2. Being Mothers ourselves we always love the peace of mind knowing our children are also not exposed to these chemicals.

3. The products we use can be just as effective as those harsh sprays you buy in supermarkets, but can be made in your own home for a quarter of the price.

 

Just note: Combined with some of these home made eco products ,we also use Oats commercial grade eco range.

 

WE LOVE VINEGAR!

 

As the main base for our products, vinegar has been used for thousands of years around the globe as a disinfectant for cleaning, preserving of food and medicinal purposes. And together mixed with a few other ingredients to suit different purposes, you can make your own Eco cleaning products in your home. You know what's in them, and best yet, they are not harmful to your family. You can literally eat off the bench-tops straight after you apply.

Home-made eco products for your home
All purpose spray

This one is great for kitchen areas! The citrus dish liquid in this breaks up grease while the vinegar is a natural disinfectant.

Perfect for stove-tops, fridges, mirrors, kitchen laminate bench-tops.

 

- Water 2/3

- Vinegar 1/3

- 3 drops of lemon or orange Earth brand dish liquid

- For smell add 2 drops of Eucalyptus.

Tile sprays for floor and walls

This one is great for kitchen areas! The citrus dish liquid in this breaks up grease while the vinegar is a natural disinfectant.

Perfect for stove-tops, fridges, kitchen laminate bench-tops.

 

- Water 2/3

- Vinegar 1/3

- 3 drops of lemon or orange Earth brand dish liquid

- For smell add 2 drops of Eucalyptus.

For our clients we use Oats Orange Squirt.

Bathroom areas and toilet

Bathroom areas including laminate bench-tops, around taps, sinks and cupboards etc. will need a bit more elbow grease and that's where Bi-Carb comes into it. Bi-Carb is great for breaking down that hard to clean soap scum.

 

- Water 2/3

- Vinegar splash

- 1 teaspoons of Bi-Carb

- 2 drops of Eucalyptus Oil

For our clients we use Oats Zest for bathrooms.

Stone bench-tops

 

A stone bench-top is an investment for a home and one that needs to be cared for correctly. You don't want to use an acid based product like a citris spray as it can dull down the look over time. We prefer the simple method as recommended by Caesar stone.

 

- Warm water

- 3 drops dish liquid

- 1 drop of Eucalyptus Oil for smell

Enjoy :)