Cleaning Green! DIY Furniture Polish – Vanilla Orange Scent

Cleaning Green! DIY Furniture Polish – Vanilla Orange Scent

If you have pets, you know how important it is to use gentle and all natural cleaners in your home. Using products that are chemical free & safe for your pet are the best way to keep your home its freshest. Cleaning Green is not a fad it is a necessity. If you are not sure where to find such products, why donโ€™t you try making your own? Take a look below at how to make your own Vanilla Orange Furniture Polish and start 2014 off cleaning green.

This furniture polish not only smells amazing, but it cleans great too without harsh fumes and chemicals. This furniture polish is safe and non toxic because it is made from items you can find in your pantry! Take a peek!

Cleaning Green DIY Furniture Polish - Vanilla Orange Scent

Cleaning Green! Vanilla Orange Furniture Polish

Supplied needed:
Bottle with lid
1 cup of light olive oil
1 medium sized orange
Vanilla extract or dried vanilla bean

If you wish to make a larger batch now so that you are ready to start the New Year off Cleaning Green, you can always double this recipe to suit your needs.

Directions:
1. Begin by pouring the olive oil into your bottle.
2. Cut your orange into quarters. Squeeze the juice into a bowl and set the peels aside. You can then use a funnel to pour the orange juice into the bottle.
3. Take your orange peels and slice them into long strips. Add them to the bottle, pressing them down so they are fully submerged in the oil.
4. Finally, add 2-3 drops of vanilla extract or 1 teaspoon of dried and crushed vanilla bean.
5. Allow the mixture to sit anywhere from a few hours to a few days. The longer you allow it to sit, the longer the oils in the peels will have to release.

To use your polish, simply shake the bottle well and apply some of the liquid to a soft cloth. Before doing the entire piece of furniture (hard and non-porous surfaces only) test a small patch. Rub the oil onto your furniture in a circular motion and wipe clean with a dry cloth. This product will moisturize your wood, clean away dirt and debris, and leave a fresh citrus and vanilla sent. Plus, it will do all of this chemical free!

Give this simple recipe for Cleaning Green with DIY Furniture Polish a try and see how easy it is to get clean using less chemicals and less cash!


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  3. This must smell great! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you stop by again next week!

  4. I will have to try this. It’s so much better than the chemical stuff you buy at the store. Thanks so much for linking up at Craft Therapy Thursday at http://www.psiloveyouscrapbooking.com I hope you’ll link up again this week.
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  5. Vanilla orange sounds wonderful to me. I need to make some.

  6. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    I want to try this. It sounds awesome and I bet it smells amazing.

  7. What a fantastic tip I never knew that this could help thank you for sharing.

  8. Souds like it could give off a great scent. Thanks for sharing!

  9. I love this. I love using natural ingredients to clean around the house. This is right up my alley. Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. I like use natural ingredients too, so I definitely try this Vanilla Orange Furniture Polish! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Amazing post

  11. That sounds like a clean, fresh scent that I would love!

  12. Elizabeth O. says:

    Sounds great! I’ve never made furniture polish before. It seems really easy. Thanks for the recipe.

  13. YES YES YES thank you for this. #BloggersRock…..I am adding it to my list of DIY things to save the planet and my family from harsh chemicals

  14. nicole escat says:

    Sounds like a great clean and i love the smell of this. Thanks for sharing

  15. Lexie Lane says:

    That looks cool. Will save this for my mom, she will love that.

  16. I bet this smells great. I must try this.

  17. I really love the smell that is in the air after cleaning the furniture! Will have to try making this.

  18. Wow this is really helpful!! thanks for sharing its really good tip for me

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  20. Bernadette says:

    I am going to try this. I am always looking for natural cleaners.

  21. I’ve always hated the smell of furniture polish, this sounds great! ๐Ÿ™‚ xx
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