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Gather together 1 cup of water, 10 drops of Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil, 10 drops Home Essentials Lavender Oil, 20 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil. Pour water into a spray bottle. Blend essential oils in a glass jar. With an eye dropper add 8 drops of this base into the spray bottle with the water. Keep the base oil mix in a dark-coloured glass bottle in the cupboard and use to mix up more spray as you need it. Useful for cleaning chopping boards, spraying on hands to keep hands to help kill germs, or in sick rooms.
Mix together 20 drops each of Home Essentials Lavender Oil, Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil, Home Essentials Citronella Oil and Home Essentials Tea Tree Oil. Add 200ml of water and 100ml Home Essentials Methylated Spirits. Place mixture into a spray bottle and shake well before use. No not spray near oil or water paint artworks or on polished or stained wood. Helps manage cigarette smoke, animal smells and stale house smells. Inhalation – Add 5ml or one teaspoonful of Home Essential Eucalyptus Oil to 500ml of hot water and inhale vapour. Otherwise add 10 drops to a hot bath.
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.
Add 5 drops of Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil to an egg cup of Home Essentials Almond Oil.
Mixture to wash and moth-proof blankets
Take three dessert spoons of Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil, one large breakfast cup of Home Essentials Methylated Spirits and 225gm of Soap Flakes and mix together in a screw top jar until dissolved. Add one tablespoon of mixture to every four and a half litres of water and soak blankets until clean. Do not rinse as the Eucalyptus Oil will replace the oil in the wool. Dry outside and store mixture in a cool place.
Remove tar and other sticky substances from dogs fur
Massage Home Essentials Eucalyptus Oil, diluted in Home Essentials Almond or Olive Oil into your dog’s fur. Avoid your pet’s eyes or nose. Rub in, leave one hour, then shampoo out thoroughly.
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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.