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Anyone know anything about this?<br><br>
I stick with vinegar for almost everything, but I am having a lady come out to clean, and this is what she uses.
 

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<p>The cleaning person uses Thieves? Isn't that cool! It's a lovely blend of essential oils that are great for disinfecting (and many other things, as well. It smells fabulous!) Or wait....is there a cleaning product called Thieves? Most people I know put the EO in a pre-made cleanser (Shaklee or vinegar, etc). </p>
 

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I think this is what she uses:<br><br>
<a href="http://www.youngliving.com/natural-cleaner/Thieves-Cleaner" target="_blank">http://www.youngliving.com/natural-cleaner/Thieves-Cleaner</a><br><br>
I can't say for sure because it was mixed in her spray bottle. But yes. I told her to go ahead and try it, and it smells so good. I can't stand the scent of most of them. I wasn't sure because some of the cleansers that call themselves green or eco-friendly, natural or safe still have yucky stuff. That's why I stick with vinegar and water (with a little peppermint oil b/c mint makes me happy).<br><br>
So far, theives is looking good. It does leave an oil, but the scent alone is worth it.
 
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