How to Clean a Soiled Mattress

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Non Tox Carpet Cleaning

Creating a clean and healthy home environment is a priority for many, especially when it comes to maintaining clean floors. Carpets, in particular, can be challenging as they accumulate dirt, dust, allergens, and bacteria, leading to potential health issues for families, especially those with young children and pets. However, traditional cleaning methods often rely on harsh chemicals that many would prefer to avoid.

Fortunately, there are natural solutions that are both effective and non-toxic. A homemade carpet cleaning solution using essential oils offers a potent alternative to conventional cleaners. This approach not only targets stains and dirt but also ensures that the cleaning process is safe for the environment and the home's inhabitants, leveraging the powerful properties of essential oils to cleanse without the use of harmful chemicals.

The recipe shared for a non-toxic carpet cleaner, incorporating water, Thieves Household Cleaner, and essential oils such as Purification and Lemon, provides a practical and effective method for tackling carpet stains and odors. By opting for this natural concoction, homeowners can enjoy cleaner carpets and a healthier living space, free from the worries of chemical residue and environmental impact. This approach to carpet cleaning is a testament to the possibility of maintaining a pristine home in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
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Unleash the Magic with Non-Tox Cleaning

A non-tox cleaning routine invigorates both the mind and body, The act of cleansing our spaces can boost serotonin levels and renew energy, but this vibrant experience is often dampened when using toxic cleaning products. These harmful chemicals can lead to headaches, skin irritation, and respiratory discomfort, overshadowing the potential joy found in the simple act of cleaning.


Thieves is an excellent choice for maintaining a clean, vibrant home environment since germs cannot adapt to true essential oils.

To support this transformation, a series of opportunities to learn about and engage with Thieves are available, including a Clean Home Challenge on Facebook, a Detox Your Home Zoom class, and an in-person tutorial in The Woodlands, TX. These resources provide valuable information and practical tips to make the cleaning process enjoyable and effective, highlighting the benefits of switching to a cleaner, more natural alternative. Join the journey towards a healthier, cleaner home with Thieves, an investment in well-being that promises no regrets.
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DIY NON-TOX Dishwasher Detergent


Have you ever thought about the chemicals and toxins that come in contact with your dishes during the cleaning process? With this easy-to-follow recipe for making your own dishwasher detergent, you can keep your dishes clean and toxin-free with just a few simple ingredients. Personally, it's important for me to keep as many toxins out of my house as possible and on a budget.
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Thieves Dish Soap

Thieves Dish Soap

LET’S TALK ABOUT DILUTING OUR BELOVED THIEVES DISH SOAP! 

If you know me, you know I never run out of this stuff. It is one of my very favorite products. I love that when I’m cleaning my family’s dishes, I know that I’m not letting any nasty chemicals seep onto our dishes that could cause issues in our bodies. PLUS I know that it’s perfectly safe for my kiddos...

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Toxic Free Soft Scrub

Toxic Free Soft Scrub
Sometimes you’ve just gotta attack the grout and shower scum! 

Don’t comprise your health by purchasing a toxic cleaner when you can make your own.
play with the amounts! 

You need:
  • Baking Soda (1 part)
  • Dr. Bronner’s Castille Soap (1/2 part of more)
  • Thieves Essential oil (about 10 drops give or take according to the size of your batch)
  • A splash of water if needed.
Mix together until it’s pasty. 
Buy a sturdy grout brush and get to work! 
Enjoy the amazing results! 
Happy Cleaning!

I learned this amazing recipe from my Insta friend Leslie Burris💕

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