Home Essentials Clove Oil

Home Essentials Naturals Range

The natural health properties of Clove Oil make it useful around the home, for minor knocks, irritations, bumps and tooth support.

Uses & Tips

  • Tooth Support – Traditionally Clove Oil has been used for tooth support. Dilute two drops of Home Essentials Clove Oil with a teaspoon of Home Essentials Olive Oil, and pour on a cotton wool ball. Clamp down between teeth to hold in place. Avoid contact with skin or tongue. Consult a dentist at the first opportunity.
  • Natural Antiseptic – On minor knocks, irritations and bumps and to help protect against fungal infections. Use 2 – 3 drops of Home Essentials Clove Oil per teaspoon of Home Essentials Almond Oil or Home Essentials Olive Oil.

Recipes (Make Your Own)

Mould remover
Add 3ml of Home Essentials Clove Oil to a a litre spray bottle of water and spray all over the mould. Leave for a day and then scrub off. You will find this spray very useful for fighting mould in the bathroom and laundry, as well as getting mould off the backs of curtains. You can then make up a spray of 20 drops each Home Essentials Lavender Oil and Home Essentials Tea Tree Oil to stop the mould from growing back.

Nasal balm
Add two drops of Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil and 2 drops of home Essentials Clove Oil to 2 tablespoons of petroleum jelly. Apply a dab under nose and rub a small amount into chest. Avoid application near eyes.


Disclaimer: Whilst we have taken all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of this information, we cannot guarantee the suitability of any product for any particular purpose. We accept no liability for any loss or damage arising from direct or indirect reliance upon information contained within this Home Essentials handy hints guide. The information contained herein is intended for educational purposes only, it is not intended to replace qualified medical healthcare.

Important note on stain removal: Before you begin, remove as much of the solids as possible, and blot up as much liquid as possible. Dab the stain, don’t rub. Begin at the outer edge of the stain, working your way towards the centre. If possible apply treatment from the back of the fabric. Be cautious with application, by applying too much solvent or rubbing too vigorously you risk spoiling the fabric. Never strengthen solutions if they don’t work. Always rinse fabric and let dry before trying another remedy. If you decide to take fabric to a professional cleaner, tell them what caused the stain and what home treatments you have already tried.