Remove mould with clove oil.
Clove oil perfume:
Oil of cloves combines well with: Lavender, Orange, Ylang Ylang.
Clove oil properties:
Analgesic, Expectorant, Stimulant.
Cleaning uses: Mould removal: Add a couple of drops of clove oil to a paste of bicarb and vinegar and scrub grout with a toothbrush every few months (source: Spotless). Clean mould from hard surfaces: mix 1/4 teaspoon of clove oil per 1 litre of water, spray on, leave 20 minutes and wipe off, spray on again and leave until mould dies and drops off (source: Shannon Lush, ABC local radio).
- Bronchitis and Colds
- Infected Wounds
- Insect Repellant
- Mouth Sores
- Muscle and Nerve Tension
Clove is highly irritating to the skin and must be diluted to concentrations less than 1% prior to use.
Please take care as baby and sensitive skins may be affected by clove oil residue on items that come into close contact with the skin - for example, baby car seat covers.
To help keep mould to a minimum once you have eliminated it from your surfaces try our Mould aroma gel.
Read more info about clove oil on our blog.