Homemade Lemon Scented Dusting Spray

My New Year's resolution was to create a healthier and happier environment in my household. That includes not only healthy food choices, but a healthier lifestyle. One of the things I am doing this year is purging my house of all of the harmful chemicals with all natural products. I have started by creating cleaning supplies to help, and this Lemon Scented Dusting Spray is one of my favorites. It's perfect for a little
To make this lemon scented dusting spray you will need a few ingredients on hand. White Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Water, Lemon Essential OIl, and a Glass Bottle.
Once you have all of your ingredients mixed, start cleaning! I love the way it makes my wood furniture shine.
To find out more on how to make this Lemon Scented Dusting Spray, head over to PinkWhen for the full tutorial.

Jennifer West
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  • Brenda Spagnola-Wilson Brenda Spagnola-Wilson on Jan 28, 2019

    Can you use a plastic spray bottle?

  • Suanne Suanne on Mar 23, 2019

    When making the lemon dusting spray, how much of each ingredient do you use for the perfect mixture?

    Thank you.

  • Marie Keppe Marie Keppe on Dec 22, 2019

    What are the proportions for the dusting spray


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  • Renee Sine Renee Sine on Mar 25, 2019

    I won't use olive oil or any other food oils on my furniture because it can go rancid over time. Mineral oil will give you the same results without that issue.

    • Lynn Lynn on Mar 15, 2021

      Do you use the same portions as listed to make your furniture polish

  • Gwen Beasley Clemens Gwen Beasley Clemens on Apr 15, 2019

    If you are using Young Living lemon essential oil, DO NOT USE PLASTIC BOTTLE USE GLASS! Young Living oils all citrus eat plastic!

    • Tara Tara on Apr 20, 2019

      I agree, but that also goes for using any pure essential oil, Young Living, DoTerra etc. These are highly concentrated oils. 🙂