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Get to Know Our Cleaning Set: All the Oils You Need to Get Started Cleaning!

Plant Therapy's cleaning set saves 25%

A healthy home is a happy home! And a great way to keep the whole family strong is to use natural products to keep your home looking and smelling great. Our Cleaning Set is a perfect choice for anyone looking to slowly ween out their chemical-laden store-bought cleaning supplies with natural essential oils. We’ve included just what you need to try out all those DIY household cleaners you’ve been eyeing. Plus, we always have this set priced a great discount of 25% compared to buying these oils and blends individually.  

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So what are you waiting for? Spring is right around the corner and you know what that means—time to deep clean! This year, why not try using essential oils for all of your germ-fighting, air-freshening, spring cleaning needs. We know you won’t be disappointed. 

Let’s take a look at everything you’ll get in our Cleaning Set:

Tea Tree

Tea Tree essential oil from Plant Therapy

Tea Tree is a premiere essential oil to use when cleaning just about everything. From the kitchen counters to an acne-ridden skin, Tea Tree can help. This one is great to use for cleaning because of its ability to fight odors and promote healthier air quality.

To help the stink of musty towels, gym bags, and shoes, try adding a drop or two of Tea Tree onto a cotton ball or felt pad and simply placing it in the area you want to freshen up! This is perfect for cupboards, closets, and often forgotten places, like underneath a bathroom sink.

Or, try these DIYs to get the most out of your Tea Tree:

Lavender

Young children making a mess with paints

We can’t have a proper cleaning set without Lavender. Just the name of this incredibly versatile essential oil is derived from the Latin word lavare, which translates as “to wash.” Lavender can easily be included in all types of homemade cleaning products as it not only blends beautifully with many different essential oils, but it is also packed with immune-boosting properties. You’ll love how its sweet, floral, herbal scent encourages a calm and harmonious atmosphere within your home.

Enjoy learning a couple more ways to use Lavender with these blogs:

Lemon

plant therapy lemon essential oil

The distinct smell of Lemon is hard to mistake and easy to find in dozens of different cleaning products. Its refreshing scent is not only an energizing pick-me-up but helps freshen and clean the air. Lemon is a great choice for cleaning the kitchen sink where odors tend to accumulate. It’s also wonderful to add a few drops to your laundry for an extra-fresh citrus boost.

Try making a DIY cleaning product with Lemon: combine ½ cup of baking soda with a teaspoon of dish soap and a tablespoon of peroxide. Then, add 8 drops of Lemon and mix well. This paste can be used to shine your stainless steel sink or remove the labels from glass jars! Be sure to use gloves, as baking soda can be slightly harsh on your skin!

Germ Fighter

Use essential oils to create foaming hand soaps

This spiced citrus blend is a blend of Lemon, Clove Bud, Eucalyptus Globulus, Cinnamon Cassia, and Rosemary 1,8-Cineole. It’s a favorite among customers who love its immune supporting properties and versatile applications. Diffuse it to help freshen up the air or add to your DIY concoctions for a wonderful boost of cleaning power.

Check out these DIYs to learn how to use Germ Fighter to keep hands clean and healthy!

Peppermint

Yellow gloved hands spraying the kitchen counter

This minty fresh essential oil has powerful cleaning properties with a cooling fragrance that smells fantastic in the bathroom or the kitchen. It is effective against a wide range of germs at a dilution of 1%, so it makes a great choice for cleaning up after preparing your family’s dinner. Peppermint’s invigorating and brain-energizing qualities also make it a great cleaning choice to help prevent the inevitable slump you might start feeling when spring cleaning is becoming a drag.

Citrus Burst

Mom and daughter doing laundry together

If you love bright citrus scents to bring some sunshine indoors, Citrus Burst may just be your cleaning dream come true. It’s a fresh blend of Pink Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime, May Chang, Mandarin, and Sweet Orange. Diffuse at home for a fresh, inspiring scent that helps reduce the odor of cigarette smoke, stale air, and other unpleasant smells.

Cleaning products with a green background

For more ideas about how to get the most out of this Cleaning Set, check out these blogs:

And don’t forget to head on over to our Safe Essential Oil Recipes Facebook group for even more inspiration and information!

21 thoughts on “Get to Know Our Cleaning Set: All the Oils You Need to Get Started Cleaning!”

  1. I love cleaning with EOs now, almost make cleaning fun! After smelling all the yummy smells I’m not even tired after, I’m invigorated. Love these PT blogs!

  2. Ok i just have to share. I was cleaning my diffuser today by letting vinegar sit in it for a few minutes, usually wipes out all the yucky built on stuff. Not this time. I had some very sticky residue from oils stuck in there. Along comes lemon! Put a drop in, rubbed a q-tip all around the inside…and PRESTO! Shined it up like new!

  3. This set is the best! Using germ fighter as a household cleaner, and the other oils to support a fresh clean smelling house. I love that PT bundles all of our needs into one!

  4. Great article! I’ve been looking for ways to clean my house naturally. This might be a dumb question but when adding an essential oil to laundry does it need to be diluted with a carrier oil?

    1. Rachel, laundry detergent works as an emulsifier, so you do not need to dilute your oils further if you are mixing it with detergent 🙂

  5. With all these great tips, I can’t wait to clean. (And I can’t believe I just said that!) But wow what a great alternative to harsh chemicals and artificial scents!

  6. Great post about using essential oils for cleaning! i had no idea how to use each one for cleaning! I have all of these except Citrus Burst and I ran out of peppermint. I guess its time to get cleaning the natural way!

  7. This set sounds amazing and how convenient is it for them all to come together? Great thinking plant therapy! And a great way to build the collection too!

  8. What a great bargain! I recently read the article on the shelf-life of essential oils, and realized that many of my store-bought oils need replacing. This set makes for a perfect beginning as it includes many of my most widely used oils. Thank you PT!

  9. I am anxiously awaiting my new oils in which I jave used the orange and lemon previously to clean and it has and amazing and,lasting scent

  10. My go to oils are lavender and lemon for cleaning, but I have this set in my cart! Thanks for the great ideas!

  11. Thank you for this fantastic information! I look forward to cleaning using your great products and information!

  12. I don’t have this set, but happen to have all these oils anyway! Love that you put such a great collection of “recipes” and uses in one place. Thanks PT!

  13. A set is always a good option. I only wish I could stop at 10 ml bottles… I always end up getting the 30 ml bigger ones. I guess I’m just an avid consumer. Would be great if there were sets of 30 ml bottles, but even without the set discount, the prices are very decent and I’m grateful for that. Thank you!

  14. I am loving using up the last of my store bought cleaning products and replacing them with more natural options. Thank you for all these great ideas.

  15. I love using oils to clean! Makes me feel better than store bought cleaners knowing my kids toy g everything the second after I clean it most days

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