This is your stronger spray cleaner. Spray on toilet and in the toilet bowl, sinks, tubs, shower doors, etc. (Spray on enough product to let it sit for a few minutes on the really tough grime.) Then, scrub with a brush or sponge, or wipe away with a damp cloth. If the power spray alone isn’t tough enough – use with the power scrub. I also use power spray to clean my floors (hardwood, tile and vinyl). Just dilute 1 cup of power spray in 1 gallon of warm water and wash!
Available in both Orange Oil (for greater grease cutting potential) or Lavender Oil (for greater disinfecting potential)
Ingredients: Water, Vinegar, Coconut-oil based castile soap, Lavender essential oil OR Sweet Orange oil
16 oz. spray - $6 32 oz. refill - $10
This powder is used in conjunction with the power spray for your toughest cleaning jobs. Begin by spraying the desired area with Power Spray. Then, sprinkle on the Power Scrub. Next, spray the area again with Power Spray. Let sit for several minutes to do its magic! When you return, scrub the area with a brush (toilet brush for toilet bowl, or I use a veggie brush or toothbrush for smaller areas) and rinse clean. This power combo works great on hard water build-up, rust stains, and grout. Repeat as necessary. This combo can also be dumped down a slow drain or smelly garbage disposal in the order listed above as well. Just run some hot water after the sitting period to rinse. Keep this one out of reach of children and pets. Although it is completely natural and environmentally friendly, the ingredient sodium tetraborate (Borax) can be harmful if consumed. We just want you to be informed.
Available in both Orange Oil (for greater grease cutting potential) or Lavender Oil (for greater disinfecting potential) to match your Power Spray.
Ingredients: Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), Sodium tetraborate (Borax), Lavender essential oil and dried lavender OR Sweet Orange oil and dried orange rind
16 oz. jar with scoop - $8 32 oz. jar with scoop - $15