Thieves Furniture Polish

I must admit, I used to love the smell of Lemon Pledge. However, it's been my "mom mission" to have a completely non-toxic environment for my family. So it had to go. Lemon Pledge is rated a "C" on the Environmental Working Group's website, with a high concern for cancer. Yep, I do not want that in my house. Interested in learning how to create a healthy, non-toxic home for your family? You can join the class I have going on now, HERE.

If you don't know about Thieves Household Cleaner, boy are you missing out. This concentrate can clean just about EVERYTHING and it smells AMAZING!! It's the main ingredient in all my cleaning products. Check out my popular Thieves "Soft Scrub" recipe here

My Thieves Furniture Polish can be used to:
  • Dust, protect and clean wood furniture
  • Dust, protect and clean leather furniture (I used it to clean my leather sofa and my husband uses it to clean the leather seats in our cars.)
  • Remove fingerprints or "noseprints" (from our fur babies) from stainless steel appliances... Those drive me bonkers!
  • Shine up any faucets
  • Remove sticky residue... My 3 year old is a fan of stickers. I find them stuck to EVERYTHING all over the house. This furniture polish has come in handy on more than one occasion for that. 

What you will need: 
  • 16 oz. Glass Spray Bottle- find here
  • 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner- find here
  • 2 Tbsp Fractionated Coconut Oil- find here
  • 1 Tbsp White Vinegar
  • 10 drops Young Living Lemon essential oil
  • 10 drops Young Living Orange essential oil- find out how to get 100% pure thereuputic essential oils at wholesale here
  • Sticker Paper for label making- find here (My label is available below)

  • Add all ingredients to your glass spray bottle. Top of with distilled water. 
  • Shake, grab a clean rag and start cleaning!!

Grab my Thieves Furniture Polish label below: 

How to Get Started with Essential Oils:

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