50 Recipes to Detox Your Home


There are many reasons to Go Natural with your Cleaning Products, including concerns over being exposed to unnecessary toxic chemicals. Many people purchase commercial “Green Cleaners” to only find that they may be better for the environment, they are toxic to humans and their pets.

According to this WebMD article, “These products [antibacterials and harsh cleansers] don’t work any better than their natural or non-toxic counterparts, and they damage the environment and potentially place our long-term health at risk.

Essential oils are Antimicrobial and Kill Bacteria Naturally without Dangerous Side Effects to you, your family, pets and the environment.


My purpose in making Homemade, All-Natural Cleaners is to not only save money but also so that I can eliminate toxins found in the majority of cleaners available at the store.

Some of the basic ingredients you will need if you want to start making your own cleaners are:

baking soda
lemon juice
hydrogen peroxide
rubbing alcohol
washing soda
white vinegar
Castile soap
essential oils

Fox 5 News on Making Your Own Cleaning Supplies with Doterra Essential Oils

For the Bathroom


1. homemade disinfecting wipes

2. safe bathroom cleaner

3. daily shower cleaner

4. toxin-free toilet cleaner

5. non-toxic disinfectant spray

6. homemade bathroom scrub with a surprising secret ingredient

7. 4-way soft scrubber

For the Laundry Room

8. homemade liquid laundry detergent

9. homemade laundry detergent powder

10. powder laundry detergent using Castile bar soap


11. no-grate homemade laundry detergent

12. easy homemade laundry soap

Homemade Stain Removers

13. the best stain remover

14. DIY laundry stain remover

15. natural bleach alternative

16. hydrogen peroxide magic

17. a surprising ink stain remover

18. DIY laundry spot remover


19. a set-in stain stain remover

20. a stain removal trick

Homemade Fabric Softeners:

21. homemade fabric softener

22. homemade dryer sheets

23. wool dryer balls

For the Kitchen

24. homemade liquid dish soap

25. dishwasher rinse aid


26. cleaner for burnt pot and pans

27. powder cleanser

28. garbage disposal cleaner

29. foaming hand soap

30. homemade, non-toxic oven cleaner

31. soft scrub for the sink

32. refrigerator and microwave cleaner

33. homemade dishwasher detergent

34. cleansing wipes
35. stove top cleaner

For the Patio & Garage


36. homemade ant bait

37. weed killer

38. using vinegar to keep your windshield from frosting in the winter


39. how to get a set-in stain out of carpet

40. green carpet stain remover

41. simple carpet freshener

42. carpet cleaner

43. homemade carpet cleaner

44. say goodbye to dust mites



45. homemade dusting spray

46. homemade furniture polish
47. homemade wood polish


48. no-streak glass cleaner
49. easy window cleaner


50. “fauxbreeze“(a natural spin on Febreeze)

doTERRA’s Chief Medical Officer
Question: Question: Are essential oils effective cleaning agents? Which oils would you recommend?
Cleaning with Essential OilsEssential oils have complex chemistries that give them diverse benefits. Many essential oils have powerful cleansing properties. They are highly effective yet nontoxic, making them ideal cleaning agents. There are many ways essential oils that can be integrated into your regular cleaning routine—use oils to clean kitchen counters, bathrooms, and other surfaces; diffuse the oils to purify the air; or use oils to cut grease and other tough stains. Citrus oils tend to be excellent cleaning agents and stain removers because of their high monoterpene content. I would also recommend Oregano, Purify Cleansing Blend, or any of the dōTERRA On Guard products to add to your everyday cleaning routine.
– See more at: www.doterrablog.com


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**These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are intended for educational purposes only.  They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and are not a substitute for professional healthcare.  All recommendations are based on third party research of essential oils and their effectiveness when used for the above listed ailments.  See www.PubMed.com for references to some of those studies.  Check out the research and make your own decisions based on complete information.