- Bathroom Cleaners
- General Purpose Cleaners
- Furniture Cleaners
- Kitchen Cleaners
- Laundry Cleaners
- Personal Care
- Pest Control
- Pet Cleaners
USES FOR BAKING SODA
Many of the cleaning recipes call for a few drops of essential oils. These need to be treated with respect and you should understand a bit about them.
First, make sure you are buying real essential oils and not synthetic ones. They are costly by the ounce but you use very little at a time. The bottles should be dark and most have a built in dropper to help you get just the right amount. Most bottles will be labeled with cautions along the following:
- Do not use internally. They are for external use only.
- Dispense by the drop.
- Never use undiluted.
- Be careful where you store them and keep them away from children.
- Keep away from your eyes.
- Always wash your hands after using.
If you cannot find essential oils at a local store, I found them to be quite affordable at drugstore.com, inc. (Affiliate link: I do make a bit of money if you follow that link and buy them there.)
Essential Oils in the Bath&
One of the more common ways to use essential oils is in the bath. You should add the few drops after the tub has filled, then mix them into the water. Alternately, you can add to sea salt and make your own bath salts.