Thyme to Clean
Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Product
Some people might think it’s a bit odd that I added a cleaner to my range of products, in view of it not being a skincare product!
So what’s the story behind it?
I heard about this wonderful essential oil and I wanted to use it. So, I created an essential oil blend to work well with a cleaning product, and it just smells so clean and fresh. Benchmark Thyme was studied by Brighton University, where it was proven to act against bacteria, including MRSA. I blended it with three other essential oils that are known to work against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
I included soap in the formula, because of the advice at the time, that soap destroys the cell membrane of the Covid-19 virus.
What makes it an environmentally friendly cleaning product?
I make this cleaner entirely by hand, and use no machinery or power. The ingredients are mainly plant based and there are no harsh chemicals. I provide it in 500ml spray bottles as well as 2.5ltr or 5ltr refill bottle. In addition, I recycle all my container drums and almost never buy packaging materials as I re-use every bit of packaging I receive.
Please note:- I cannot make any claims about this product because it would cost tens of thousands of pounds to test! As a result, I can only rely on the properties of the ingredients. I use Thyme to Clean is for all my cleaning jobs in the house. I have used it on carpets, in the kitchen, and the bathroom. When I used it to clean my oven, using a steam cleaner, it looked like new! It is great for cleaning PVC window frames. If you own a caravan, it leaves your van smelling fresh and clean. I buy nothing else apart from furniture polish. NB – it’s not suitable to use on wood!
How does it work?
I created this product using four of the top essential oils known for dealing with bacteria, viruses, and fungal spores. Read more here….