Pomander Ball Cleaner

Not only does this preparation clean but the essential oils disinfect and provide a natural, festive fragrance.

* 1 teaspoon Sweet Orange or Mandarine essential oil
* a few drops of Clove Oil and Cinnamon Leaf oils
* 1 teaspoon washing soda
* 2 teaspoons borax
* 1/2 teaspoon liquid soap or detergent
* 2 cups hot water (to dissolve the soda and borax)

Combine the ingredients in a spray bottle. Shake to dissolve and blend the minerals. You can spray this cleaner onto a surface then leave it for 15 minutes before wiping it off, to give the essential oils antiseptic qualities time to work (makes 2 cups).

It will leave your house smelling like an oldfashioned, clove studded pomander ball!

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