These days we are all concerned about decontamination. . . seeing it in my doctor's office, convinced me to get rid of every other cleaner I owned. Now I have Thieves Household Cleaner (THHC), baking soda and essential oils - that's it! 

Here's What To Do:
In a glass or PETE plastic spray bottle, mix Thieves Household Cleaner (THHC) with water according to the directions on the bottle. This all purpose cleaner can be used for just about everything! Literally! 

1. Door Knobs
2. Light Switches and Plates
3. Kitchen Countertops & Cabinets
4. Kitchen, Bathroom & Mudroom Sinks
5. Baseboards
6. Refrigerator Shelves
7. Toys
8. Window Panes
9. Stainless Steel 
10. All Appliances

For the hurried cleaner. . . simply have 2 dilutions of Thieves Household Cleaner - the weakest and strongest found on the back of the THHC bottle. The weakest for glass and stainless steel and the strongest for most everything else. Keep these two spray bottles and a shaker of baking soda (I love this one). Also, for when you have a sticky mess, a bottle of Lemon essential oil, and you're good to go! 

I used to have cupboards and cupboards of cleaning supplies. I spent hundreds of dollars on them!! This saves me so much money and I have 100% confidence my cleaning supplies are safe and effective. 

If you like DIYs or need a little scrubbing action. . .  

11. Toilets - Sprinkle the toilet bowl with a generous amount of baking soda. Spray THHC on top of the soda and let sit while you clean the rest of the toilet. Spray and wipe down the whole toilet, except the bowl, then use a toilet scrubber for the bowl. Flush and you're done!  

12. Trash Can Scrub
Empty trash can and fill with water. Pour 1-2 capfuls of THHC directly into the can and let sit for several hours, If needed, scrub stubborn stains with a brush. Empty can and wipe dry. For an ongoing fresh scent, place a few drops of Purification on a cotton ball and put it in the bottom of the trash can before replacing the liner.

13. Stove-top Cleaner
In a spray bottle or bowl, combine 1 capful THHC, 1 drop Pine essential oil, and 1 cup water. Apply with cloth to remove buildup. Repeat if necessary. For heavy grease, or cooked on food, apply generously and let sit for a few minutes.

14. Garbage Disposal Refresher
Pour 1 capful of THHC down the disposal. Let sit 5 minutes, then add ½ cup baking soda and ½ cup white vinegar. Let sit until fizzing stops. Meanwhile, bring 4 cups of water to a boil; pour down the drain. Turn on disposal and run cold water for 30 seconds. Pour 3 drops of Purification Essential Oil blend in the disposal for an extra-fresh scent.

14. Dishwasher Cleaner
In the bottom of the dishwasher, add ½ capful of THHC, 3 drops Lemon, and 1 cup white vinegar. Run empty dishwasher through a full cycle. Do not add detergent.

15. Ceiling Fan Cleaner
In a spray bottle or bowl, mix 1 capful THHC and 2 cups water. Wipe/dust off fan blades, light fixture, and ceiling mount with a damp cloth. Dip the same cloth in the solution and thoroughly wipe down the blades to remove built-up dust. Dry with a clean cloth.

16. Carpet Spot Cleaner
For a fresh spot, a light dilution of THHC will work well. For a spot that is set in, use a heavier dilution. Spray carpet and blot with a clean cloth. Repeat until stain is gone.

17. Car Seat Cleaner
Mix 2 capfuls of THHC with 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Spray plastic and fabric lightly and wipe with a soft cloth. To clean the harness, mix a small amount of baby wash with 2 cups of water. Gently wipe with a soft cloth. Avoid hard scrubbing or soaking. Let everything dry completely before using.

18. Wall Art Remover
Remove crayon murals from the walls by applying a splash of THHC and 3 drops of Lemon to a damp rag. Wipe drawings off the walls. Repeat until the art is gone.

19. Glass and Window Cleaner
In a spray bottle, mix 3 cups water, 5 drops Citrus Fresh, 1 tablespoon vinegar, and 1 capful THHC. Spray onto glass and wipe away streaks with a soft cloth.

20. Deep Cleaning Scrub
In a glass bowl, mix ½ capful of THHC, 2 tablespoons baking soda, and 2 tablespoons table salt until it forms a thin paste. If the cleaner is too thick, add more THHC. If it is too runny, add more baking soda. Scrub stubborn bathroom and kitchen stains by applying with a clean cloth or a sponge. Scrub surface thoroughly, and rinse clean.

21. Lazy Day Toilet Scrub
Make these for the days when cleaning the toilet sounds overwhelming!


Thieves Cleaning Fizzies  - GREAT for Toilets

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • ½ cup citric acid
  • ½ cup cornstarch
  • 4 teaspoons water
  • 40 drops Lemon essential oil or Thieves or Citrus Fresh essential oil blends
  • 3 teaspoons V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex
  • Ice cube tray or candy mold


  1. In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients and mix evenly.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine water, essential oils or blends, and V-6.
  3. Pour liquids into the large bowl and whisk together until combined.
  4. Use mixture to fill ice cube tray or candy mold about three fourths full. If mixture expands and spills over mold, gently repack into the mold.
  5. Let sit overnight to dry in room temperature area. When dry, pop tablets out and store in a glass jar.
  6. When needed, put a tablet in the toilet bowl, hard-to-clean bottles, or sink full of dishes to help clean and deodorize. Let tablet sit in bowl, bottle, or sink for 20–30 minutes to fizz and dissolve. Once dissolved, flush or rinse out. 
Now you’re ready to clean without the slightest fuss!
Note: This recipe is not recommended for toilet tanks.

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