The presence of mold and mildew can cause or exacerbate respiratory issues like asthma, sneezing, coughing, and postnasal drip. To prevent mold and mildew growth in your bathroom, ensure adequate air circulation by opening windows throughout the day and using the exhaust when showering. Reduce dampness by drying out towels after use and using a squeegee to wipe excess water off screens post-shower. Keep surfaces clean and mould-free with our Natural Bathroom Cleaner; our formula's minty, camphoraceous scent comes courtesy of pure eucalyptus essential oil. A natural antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic, it neutralises odours and eliminates mold and mildew from non-porous surfaces like plastic, glass, and stainless steel.
It’s important to deep clean your oven at least once a month. While minor spills should be wiped down as they happen, ovens will invariably bear the brunt of overflowing dough, burnt remnants, and overzealous sauces. Clean your oven by removing each metal rack and spritzing them with our Natural Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin Kitchen Cleaner. Leave for 5-10 minutes before taking them to task with a Bamboo or metal Scrubbing Brush. Spray the inside of the oven with the same formula and use a scrub brush to loosen the grime and then a soft damp bamboo cloth to wipe it down. Our Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin Kitchen cleaner effectively cuts through grease and grime, leaving surfaces clean and shiny. Rinse the racks before returning them to the oven. Another great option is our Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin Dish Soap. Mix with water, apply and scrub the oven and wracks with a scrub brush or cloth, and wipe down with a clean and damp bamboo cloth. Unlike caustic chemical cleaners, you can breathe in as you clean and let the freshness of lemon myrtle and the playful yet soothing mandarin essential oils revive your spirits as they clean and protect your home.
Cloudy wine glasses are liable to make even the most aesthetically pleasing tablescape look shabby. While some wine glasses can be washed in the dishwasher, handwashing is better for crystal-clear results. Wash your glasses with our Natural Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin Dish Soap using a sponge to restore them to sparkling clean status. Then, dry them and gently polish them with a soft bamboo cloth or dish towel until sparkling.
Cleaning your windows from the outside is sometimes more challenging that from the inside, due to the greater volume of dirt and dust. If your windows are particularly dirty, we recommend you start with a few pumps of Natural Dish Soap in a bowl of warm water. Use a soft cloth or sponge to give the windows a bath first. Once they have air dried, finish them off with a light mist of Natural Glass Cleaner, and a rub with a soft lint free cloth.
The ultimate handbag essential, our Natural Hand Sanitizer is made with lemon-scented tea tree essential oil. With sugar-based biodegradable alcohol, and moisturising glycerin, it removes germs while releasing a beautifully aromatic scent. Ideal for use when coming into contact with high-touch surfaces, our Hand Sanitiser is also perfect for sanitising door knobs, trolley handles, car steering wheels, computer keyboards, and of course, hands.