A Cleaner That Stands Apart From The Rest
From the time she was 6 months old, our little girl has been sick, often. Almost always her symptoms include stuffy noses and extreme respiratory problems. Those early days were very scary.
I can remember one visit to the Dr. with sickening clarity. She had been struggling for a few days. Kevin and I took her in to be seen. The Dr. looked at us and told us that she had a lump in one of her lymph nodes and that he was sending her for leukemia testing. That testing showed it not to be leukemia, but a node that was reacting to her system being under constant attack.
Fast forward 16 years and a medical file that reads like a book, our girl was still sick more than she was well. It wasn’t until we moved to a new state, forcing us to switch to a new Dr., that she was finally diagnosed with Reactive Lung Disease.
After that initial diagnoses sunk in, the Dr., among his other treatments, recommended that we evaluate the scents and cleaners that we were using in our home.
I can honestly say that this was never something that I had ever considered before. Never had I thought of how many cleaners, the kinds of cleaners used, or the number of conflicting fragrances that were being sprayed into our home on a daily/weekly basis. My thoughts were purely centered on making sure that our home had no dust, which is a huge trigger for her, and that it was clean.
After taking all the cleaners out from underneath our kitchen sink, we discovered that we were using
cleaners/smells, every day/week, in our home. This number didn’t include candles, air fresheners, or laundry agents. Disgusted and frustrated were among the top emotions I was feeling. We then took a long hard look at these cleaners (that were supposed to be keeping our family well and in a clean and safe environment).
Have you ever done this?
There are some scary words on the back of those bottles!
We tried a few “green” cleaners, but still found them to have know chemicals that trigger asthma or cause respiratory distress. After a frustrating search, our family found Thieves Household Cleaner.
So what made this cleaner stand apart from all the rest?
- Thieves Household Cleaner is made using 100% plant and mineral-based ingredients.
- It’s main ingredients rate “0” on the 10-point scale from the Environmental Working Group’s Hazard Score.
- Thieves Household Cleaner utilizes therapeutic-grade lemon and Thieves oils. (It smell’s amazing!)
- One cleaner is all we need to clean everything in our home, from the kitchen to the laundry.
- The cleaner is very economical! When your bottle arrives, it comes in a concentrated form. Adding just 3 capfuls of cleaner to a 25 oz. spray bottle filled with water is all you need. In fact, if you were to take one 64 oz. bottle of Thieves Household Cleaner, you could break it down into approximately 128 spray bottles. Each costing you only about .90 cents a piece. Is your cleaner that cheap?
Thieves Household Cleaner is economical in addition to it being safe and highly effective. I urge you to take a few minutes today to really look at not only the chemicals that are cleaning your home, but also the cost you are paying to clean your home. This is truly the best cleaner that we have ever used. So if you would like to only have one cleaning solution for all of your cleaning needs, would like to have something that is proven to be safe and healthy for your family, and would like to start saving money; consider Thieves Household Cleaner.
You won’t be sorry! But just in case you need a little more incentive to consider trying this special cleaner, check out this infographic that will walk you through how to use this cleaner in every room in your home.