I'm not all sure I need my cleaning vinegar scented, but it does sound nice: Household Vinegar from Pikoc in Santal Frais. "The stubborn smell of white vinegar is over. With Pikoc scented vinegars, be confident that you will have a big smile during your cleaning sessions! Certified Ecocert and made with 100% natural perfumes. Santal Frais is the strength of sandalwood and cedarwood mixed with the audacity of cardamom and ginger spices." $17 for 500 ml at Beautyhabit. (And I almost forgot, but this is the same brand that makes an orange blossom laundry detergent I was wanting last month.)
Was waiting for something that would tone down the stubborn smell of white vinegar ?. It really does sound good!
I did not really know so many people cleaned with vinegar. I use it for only a few things, none of which really call for fragrance.
I use part super strong vinegar/acetic acid (30%) to water for windows, mirrors and laundry. I find that it fades within hours with open windows, but this would be nice for those who simply cannot stand to have their house smell of pickle!
You use it far more than I do then. I should probably use it more…
I mean, I buy all of my other cleaning products based on their scent, so I might as well buy my cleaning vinegar on that basis. Mr. Vee is so sensitive to vinegar that he has to leave the house whenever I use it; maybe this will help. $17 is hard to swallow for cleaning vinegar tho.
This reminds me – it is time to break out all of the Mrs. Meyers Orange Spice products I hoarded last fall
And time for me to look for some fall scented counter spray, then!
I just put out Apple Cider liquid soap in the kitchen. I need to get the counter spray, sold out quickly last year.
I just put out Mrs Meyers Apple Cider liquid soap in the kitchen. I need to get the counter spray, sold out quickly last year.
Okay, perhaps I am a little overexcited to work one day a week and therefore gratefully doing random tidying, etc. – but – I just poured some vinegar into a glass and added a couple of drops of lavender oil. Vinegar smell begone! There, savings of ca. $15.
Off to put some lavender drops into my container of plain Epsom salts, to save yet more money…
Hey this is a brilliant idea! I happen to have some essential oils from a friend; gonna give this a try!