“Thieves” concentrated household cleaner

It surely is a lifestyle, right?! KNOWING there are no chemical residues for little fingers or little paws to sniff and lick!

Thieves Household Cleaner was another recent free-with-purchase item and had folks asking how to use!

I just pumped a couple squirts undiluted directly onto hard floors and all around the gas stovetop; can’t hurt!! In the link here, choose from the dropdown menu for your value size or travel packs available!

Recommended concentrations around the house….

one capful cleaner = ½ tablespoon

Light degreasing (1:60)
1 capful cleaner : 3.75 cups water
1 bottle makes 30 quarts of light degreaser, about 32 cents/quart

Medium degreasing (1:30)
1 capful cleaner : a little less than 2 cups water
1 bottle makes 15 quarts of medium degreaser, about 64 cents/quart

Heavy degreasing (1:15)
1 capful cleaner : a little less than 1 cup water
1 bottle makes 7 1/2 quarts of heavier degreaser, about $1.27/quart

Pots & Pans (1:100)
½ capful cleaner : 3+ cups water
1 bottle makes 50 quarts of dishwashing liquid, about 22 cents/quart

Hand Cleaner (1:1)
½ cup cleaner : ½ cup water
1 bottle makes 1 quart of hand cleaner about $22/quart

Floors ( 1:100)
1 capful cleaner : 6.25 cups water
1 bottle makes 50 quarts of floor cleaner, about 22 cents/quart

Walls ( 1:30)
1 capful cleaner: a little less than 2 cups water

Fabrics, Carpet spotting, etc. (1:40)
1 capful cleaner : 2 cups water

Carpet (1:100)
1 capful cleaner : 6.25 cups water

Glass ( 1:320)
1 capful cleaner: 5 quarts water

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