DIY Natural Scrub Cleaner with Video Tutorial


It is no secret that I love my Young Living essential oils for SO MANY reasons!

After our kids were born, my husband and I really started focusing on a healthier and more natural lifestyle. It started with organic foods and slowly turned into ditching toxic items and turning to safe and effective alternatives. We use essential oils for almost any issue that arises with our family and in our home. That includes our household cleaning products. We only use Young Living because of their Seed to Seal promise which assures us better than organic and totally safe products for our family.


Our journey to healthier more natural lifestyle led me to reading the labels of our cleaning products and doing some research on those ingredients. Over the past few years we have been gradually phasing out the questionable items and buying or making safe alernatives. One of my very favorite products from Young Living is their Theives Household Cleaner. It can comepletely overhaul your cleaning cabinet and you trubly do not need much else. I sue it to clean windows and mirrors, countrtops, greasy stoves, light dusting, floors, toilets and tubs- EVERYTHING! It is a vital part of the recipe I am sharing today!


This little recipe is my absolute fvorite paste/scrub cleaner. We use it on sinks and tubs and to get that grout clean and bright white in our shower. Since we aren't worried about fumes and poisonous ingredients, even my kids can get in on the cleaning action!

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I keep mine in a mason jar and have these cute little lables that fit right onto the lid. I have a jar on every floor of our house to make it easy to clean up when I only have a few minutes.

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See how easy it is to whip up this cleaner using ingredients from your pantry.

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