Greening Clean with THIEVES®

Sink & Tub Scrub 1

Take it from a gal who used to hold her breath while using toxic oven cleaners and harsh household surface cleansers…

A few small changes over time can lead to big changes overall, and a healthier lifestyle for anyone! We love love love this home-made cleaning scrub for sinks, tubs, around taps and drains, stovetop & burners, stained mugs, and more.

Cleaning is almost enjoyable with this safe non-toxic scrub which actually smells wonderful, like cinnamon and clove – Mmmmm – while it kills bacteria, and effectively removes stains, soap scum, oil, grease, and hard water scale.

Made with baking soda, pure-castile liquid soap, and Thieves® Household Cleaner Concentrate from Young Living. (It is antibacterial/antimicrobial – containing YL Thieves® essential oil blend with clove, cinnamon bark, rosemary, lemon, and eucalyptus).

Before & After 1

D.I.Y. Sink & Tub Scrub Recipe:

1/2 cup baking soda

1 tsp to 1 Tbsp Thieves® Cleaner Concentrate

1 Tbsp pure-castile liquid soap.


Mix together into a paste and store in a glass jar. Use a little with a damp sponge or rage to clean sinks, tubs, around taps, stove burners, and more. Very little ‘elbow grease’ required!

Effortlessly takes care of soap scum, oil, grease, and hard water scale.


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 To order the Thieves® line of non-toxic essential oil-infused household and kitchen-safe products at 24% discount CLICK HERE

And for questions or further information on how to obtain the finest Essential Oils produced with utmost purity shipped directly to your door, contact Diana at:


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