11th Spray of Christmas
Updated: Aug 27, 2022
“On the 11th Spray of Christmas, my aromatherapist made for me…” Today is Day 11!
I have the title of this recipe, kitchen spray, but this is actually a great spray for all areas of the house.
I just mainly use this in the kitchen. I also like to change the lemon out sometimes for sweet orange essential oil to play with the scent.
Tea Tree Essential Oil has so many amazing properties. I listed them all in the last blog post on the shoe spray, but I will list them here again.
It is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-septic (which acts like a disinfectant), anti-parasitic, and anti-viral properties.
Lemon Essential Oil has similar properties to tea tree. This essential oil was also mentioned in the previous blog.
It has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-septic (which acts like a disinfectant), anti-parasitic, and anti-viral properties.
Black Spruce Essential Oils is the last essential oil in this blend.
This essential oil is a great choice in this spray not only due to its amazing scent, but to its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, and anti-septic with its disinfectant properties.
Here is all you need
2 oz Spray Bottle
1.5 oz Distilled Water
1 tsp Castile Soap
*If the 1.5 oz Distilled Water does not fill up your spray bottle, add a little more as needed to fill your bottle after all the ingredients are in your spray bottle.
Mix all together, and shake before each use. Simply spray on your surface and wipe clean.
NOTE: I have not tried the following option for THIS recipe. I have read, for extra cleaning power, you can add hydrogen peroxide (1 tbsp for this recipe) and just a dash of white vinegar. The reason I have never tried it, I never felt the need since I like the way this works as is. I just wanted to share this option just in case someone wanted some extra cleaning power.
Comment below if you end up making this! I would love to know what you thought of it.
Thank you for reading!
Love and Nature,
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