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Thieves Cleaner – Safe & All Natural All Purpose Cleaner

Are you still using nasty chemicals to clean your home? How many cleaning products do you have under your kitchen sink? With the amazing Thieves Household Cleaner, you can only have one! That is great savings and no more harmful chemicals being stored in your kitchen. I personally love using Thieves cleaner, it leaves everything smelling wonderful and does a really great job cleaning just about anything. I even use it in my dishwasher and it has replaced my laundry detergent!
I have come across this suggested proportion guide for using the cleaner…as you can see here, you can use it for just about everything.
Thieves If you haven’t tried The Thieves Cleaner yet, order it today.

Your 14oz bottle retails for $28.29. Would you like to buy this product and any Young Living product with a 24% discount? If the answer is yes, click here to discover how to become a wholesaler and get a great discount with no obligation. Yes that is no selling or minimum order obligation of any kind and you still get your 24% discount. All you need to do is buy a Start Living kit (ranging from $40 – $250) with your first order.

Take one more step towards “clean, green” living!
Note: One capful of Thieves Cleaner = ½ tablespoon

Light Degreasing: 1 capful thieves cleaner to 3 ¾ cups of water

Medium Degreasing: 1 capful thieves cleaner to a little less than 2 cups of water

Heavy Degreasing: 1 capful cleaner to a little less than 1 cup of water

Dishwasher: 1 capful of thieves cleaner

Pots and Pans: ½ capful of thieves cleaner to 3+ cups of water

Floors: 1 capful of thieves cleaner to 6 ¼ cups of water

Walls: 1 capful of thieves cleaner to a little less than 2 cups of water

Fabrics, Carpet Spotting, etc.: 1 capful of thieves cleaner to 2 cups of water

Washing Machine (laundry): Depending on size of washer, use 1 to 2 capfuls of thieves cleaner

Glass/Windows : 1 capful of thieves cleaner to 5 quarts of water

Use this fantastic cleaner to clean your sinks, toilets, showers, and etc. and etc.

It also worked great in cleaning the outside of the greasy barbecue grill and stand. There are so many uses for this cleaner, that all it takes is just using it! You can even fill up a 32 oz. spray bottle with water and add two capful of thieves to clean counter tops, stove tops or whatever is needed quickly.
Thank you to Richard & Shauna Dastrup Sha-Faun Enterprises, Inc. (3106) for sharing these precious tips.

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Thieves Cleaner A Natural Alternative for Plants

Here is a wonderful testimonial that was shared with me today. Thieves Household Cleaner to the rescue! Now, tell me–how many household cleaners can you think of that can do this?!! Amazing! Check it out:

R. writes: For a number of years I have been planting lovely creeping plants beside some poles on my veranda, and losing them one by one. Being a new gardener I put it down to my ignorance about soil preparation, over watering etc.

Recently I learned about the parasites called ‘root know nematodes’ and that not only are they very common here in Central Australia , but they attack the roots of plants. “When young nematodes burrow into plant roots their feeding stimulates the production of tumour-like growths and these inhibit the plant’s ability to take up water and nutrients. The result is a weak plant, reduced growth and productivity, and plants also become susceptible to secondary fungal infections and to sudden wilting” (Wikipedia). The mystery solved, I moved into action on my 2 wilting bougainvilleas.

So, I got out my versatile Thieves Household Cleaner and twice daily for a week I added a tablespoon of Thieves Household Cleaner to a 2 litre jug of water and gave each plant 1 litre of this mix. In a week, new growth had appeared and the wilting and weakness had disappeared. Yeah!!! Another garden heartache and costly replacement avoided! Love the oils!

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I have been using the Thieves spray bottles to get rid of ants and parasites on my roses and it works wonders. Mixing a little Thieves cleaner with distilled water in a spray bottle seems like a better and more economical idea. Whichever solution you choose, Thieves spray or Thieves cleaner they are both powerful natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal solutions that can safely be used anywhere around the house even around small children and pets.

Enjoy!

Products mentioned in this testimonial:
Thieves Household Cleaner: $28.29 – 14.4fl oz
Thieves Household Cleaner: $111.51 – 64fl oz
Thieves Spray: $10.53 – 1fl oz
Thieves Spray 3pack: $28.29 – 1fl oz

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Natural Alternative to “Harmless” Windex

The Case for Thieves vs. Windex™ By Gloria Miller

Now that the holiday season is approaching, most of us are starting to focus on the tradition of getting our homes “sparkling clean.” But what kind of products to use — or NOT to use, and why? I’d like to make the case for (Young Living’s) Thieves Household Cleaner (which, I admit, has an odd-sounding name), by contrasting it with a popular over-the-counter cleaner (with a most delightful-sounding name): Crystal Rain Windex™. (Aaahh. . . Lovely purple color, and the name makes us want to run barefoot through the dewdrops, right? Well, read on. . .)

Nobody would dream of spraying food with Windex, but they do spray various surfaces in their home with it — including sinks and counter-tops — which come in contact with food, and refrigerator door handles, which come in contact with skin.

Let’s take a few seconds to find out what they (and their family and pets) will be inhaling, and what kind of chemicals will be left behind on surfaces. There’s not much printed on the label, so I visited the Windex.com website for a closer look, then checked out the ingredients on Wikipedia. Here are some of the ingredients in Crystal Rain Windex, what the maker has to say about them, and what they really are.

The Windex website lists 2-Methoxyethanol (also called Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether) and describes it as “a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils.” Just what we want, right?

2-Methoxyethanol is toxic to the bone marrow and testicles. Workers exposed to high levels are at risk for granulocytopenia (reduction in certain types of white blood cells), macrocytic anemia (abnormally large red corpuscles usually caused by B-12 deficiency), oligospermia (shortage of sperm), and azoospermia (absence of sperm). Uh-oh. . .

The Windex website lists Ethanolamine, described as “a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils.” Again, this sounds good. Ethanolamine is a toxic, flammable, corrosive, colorless, viscous liquid with an odor similar to that of ammonia. It is an iritant to the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. Overexposure causes lethargy. What!? . . . No wonder people get tired when they clean all day with Windex. Ouch! And P.U.!

Ethoxylated alcohol, another ingredient, is listed on the Windex website as “a cleaning agent that removes dirt and deposits.” O – o – okaaay. . .

Ethoxylated alcohol has been controversial because of its widespread use and the toxicity to aquatic life after its degradation. (Is this what the maker means by “green???”) By the way, some ethoxylated alcohols are called PEGs, or polyethylene glycols. Ever heard of them? PEGs are a class of useful compounds of molecular weights ranging from 190 to 9000 atomic mass units that vary in texture from viscous liquids to waxy solids. The Merck Index says PEGS can be considered as being of “low toxicity.” (Regarding toxicity, “no” is better than “low” and Thieves Household Cleaner has “no toxicity.”)

Anyhow, PEGs are found in all kinds of over-the-counter products from garage floor cleaners, cosmetics, and eye drops, to paints, paper coatings, commercial foods and food products. Wikipedia says “PEGs are nephrotoxic (damaging to the kidneys) if applied to damaged skin. (Is that what they mean by “low toxicity?) Pesonally, I’d rather protect my kidneys than put them at risk for the sake of a shiny countertop.

Now for the mystery ingredient, Polyquart® Ampho 149, also said to be “a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils.” The name tells you it is a synthetic substance that does not exist in nature with which our bodies were not designed to easily metabolize and eliminate. Polyquart® Ampho 149 is a registered trademark of Cognis GmbH, which is the same as saying, “No way will we tell you what’s in it.” Hmmm. . .I wonder why. . .

No place does it say whether these chemicals in combination might be even more dangerous. The company isn’t required to test them that way, so they don’t — or if they did, they aren’t telling us the outcome. (Call me a worry-wart, but I’m willing to bet mixing them together doesn’t make them any less toxic.)

There are a few other ingredients, including artificial colors. I didn’t check them out because I believe the above would be enough to convince ANYONE to switch to Young Living’s Thieves Household Cleaner. (Oh, and water, which you can get by turning on a faucet.)

But if someone still needs more convincing, consider this: Crystal Rain Windex costs about $3.00 per quart.

Thieves Household Cleaner, mixed to “Medium Degreasing” concentration, costs about thirty cents a quart. It comes highly concentrated, so you add your own water.

Thieves Household Cleaner is totally non-toxic — so safe that a small child could drink it right out of the bottle and not be harmed. Full-strength, it will clean burned-on gunk off the bottom of an oven. To clean glass, just dilute it further with some white vinegar, which makes it even more of a bargain.

But even if someone doesn’t care about paying ten times more for Windex, why would they pay a company any amount on toxins? How “clean” will their house be, with a film of toxins on every surface?

Thieves Household Cleaner is antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal (great for destroying mold and mildew in tiled surfaces!) It’s even antiviral. It contains 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils of Clove, Cinnamon, Lemon, Eucalyptus radiata, and Rosemary, but NO harmful chemicals. So besides everything being sanitary AND safe, your house will smell wonderful.

Breathing Thieves cleaner is pleasant and boosts your health. The makers of Windex can’t claim that. I count it an added bonus when, after cleaning all day with Thieves cleaner, my hands feel better than when I started! And, oddly enough, the water I used will be dirty, but the rag or sponge is fairly clean. (Go figure!)

If you haven’t already, I hope you will “make the switch” to Thieves Household Cleaner. Do it for health’s sake AND for your budget. It comes in a 14.4 ounce size (YL item #3743), but if you want to save even more money, get the two quart size (YL item #4475).

NOTE: Gloria Miller is an Executive Young Living Distributor who practices and teaches Raindrop Technique in Chillicothe, Missouri.

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