Removing the mould from the roofs at Fuller Life Bali with Thieves Household Cleaner 🙏🙏
Thieves Household Cleaner is highly concentrated, and the following dilutions have been used by thousands of people. The chart was printed on the bottles at one time.
Thieves Household Cleaner Proportion Guide
Filtered water should be used rather than water containing chlorine. The “acid water” that is the “waste” from an alkaline water machine is perfect.
Remember, the GOAL is a Chemical Free Environment.
A. All purpose Thieves Cleaner in a spray bottle: 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 1liter/quart water
One capful of Thieves Cleaner = 1 teaspoon = 5ml
1 quart ~ 1 liter
1 cup = 240ml
½ cup = 120ml
All-purpose cleaner in spray bottle: 1 capful in empty bottle
Light degreasing: 1 capful to 3 cups (480ml)
Medium Degreasing: 1 capful to 2 cups water
Heavy degreasing: 1 capful to 1 cup water
Window and glass cleaner: 1 capful to 5 quarts water
Note: I find that adding ½ cup white vinegar brings even more amazing results!
Dishwasher: 1 capful Thieves
Cleanse Pots and pans: 1 capful to 3 cups water
Floors: 1 capful to 6 cups water
Walls: 1 capful to 2 cups water (I use my all-purpose spray)
Fabrics: 1 capful to 2 cups (I use my all-purpose spray for spots)
Laundry: 1-2 capfuls depending upon size of washer and load
Carpet: 1 capful to 6 cups water (I use my all-purpose spray for spot cleaning)
If you are not getting the results you desire, you may be using Thieves Household Cleaner in a dilution that is too strong. It is important to dilute it properly because it is so highly concentrated.
Note: When properly diluted, Thieves Household is extremely cost-effective!