Lavender polish is a new product that uses the power of lavender essential oil to clean and shine your floors and worktops.
The benefits of using lavender as a cleaner are endless.
Not only does it have antibacterial properties, but it also has an uplifting scent which can help with stress levels in the home. It’s perfect for those who want to live in a more natural environment while still maintaining their household chores!
Homemade lavender worktop polish Step by Step creation guide
Many people are concerned about the chemicals found in conventional household cleaners.
Lavender Polish, a chemical-free worktop polish made with essential oils, is a great alternative that will leave your kitchen looking and smelling clean!
This article will show you how to make a batch of Lavender Polish from ingredients found at your local grocery store.
Ingredients you will need are:
- Olive oil
- Lavender essential oil.
This mixture is 2 parts olive oil and 1 part beeswax.
Melt the beeswax and olive oil together in a saucepan very slowly. Once melted, remove from heat source but keep it over boiling water to maintain its temperature, this stops the mixture from hardening, for about 15 minutes.
Add lavender essential oils, 15 drops dependent on size batched. Pour while liquefied into a container of your choosing.
Leave till solidified and ready to use.
Eco- Friendly containers
Open top jars or shoe polish containers are recommended to allow you to easily use products when they harden.
Environmentally friendly containers such as “Lurrose 5pcs Glass jars” are perfect to reuse and easily accessible.
Lurrose’s bamboo lid and frosted glass give a unique design and modern look to any household.
Benefits of Lavender Essential oil
Lavender oil is used in many cleaning products maybe without you even knowing it for its antibacterial and antifungal properties.
It is also used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, relieve pain from headaches or migraines as well reduce stress levels by releasing endorphins into the body which will help you feel more relaxed after a long day at work!
How long does lavender oil polish stay on surfaces?
Lavender oil’s essential cleaning properties can stay on a surface for up to 2-3 days.
Lavender oil polish can be detected on surfaces by touch and smell for up to 12 hours but its cleaning properties continue to protect us and repel bacteria and viruses for days.
What can lavender polish be used for?
Lavender polish can be used as a natural, chemical-free worktop cleaner.
It is also great for cleaning and polishing furniture or any other surface that needs to have an extra shine on it after being cleaned.
Lavender oil is naturally an antibacterial which makes it one of the best essential oil for disinfecting surfaces and repelling bacteria and viruses all without using any harmful chemicals.
It has many benefits such as promoting relaxation which will help you feel more relaxed at the end of your day by releasing those happy hormones into your body called “endorphins”.
What should you NOT use Lavender polish on?
This amazing homemade chemical-free product can be used in many situations. But we recommend not using this polish product on fabrics.
While this product will make any fabric smell amazing and is very soothing on the skin, It can leave clothes or fabric furniture stained, with a wet, greasy texture. This can be washed and removed but can cause more hassle than necessary.
Other essential oils such as eucalyptus essential oils have been known to work better with fabrics.
How long does it take for the lavender polish to dry?
After applying the polish to your required surface and wiping off any excess, it should take about 15 minutes for the polish to dry.
If you are in a hurry, open a door or window to allow fresh air to serrulate around the room, this lets the cool breeze harden the thin layer of polish on the surface.
Best Lavender polish products to buy
One of the best-rated Lavender wax polishes is Antiquax Original Wax Polish.
The company has been in business for over 50 years and is a family-owned, small to medium size enterprise that specializes primarily in wax polishes which are made from natural ingredients like beeswax.
It also contains other plant oils such as olive extract with no harsh chemicals added into it so you can feel safe using this product around your home without worrying about any harmful side effects of inhaling fumes while applying polish onto surfaces.
Can you use lavender wax polish on floors?
Many lavender waxes can be used on wooden floors and say so on the product container. The above recipe can be used on wooden floors also making them shiny and beautiful.
If you are unsure, then test the wax polish on a small area of your wooden floor before applying it to all areas.
Can you use Lavender wax polish on leather shoes?
This amazing lavender essential oil polish can be used on leather shoes to make them look like new.
Apply the lavender polish with a clean cloth and rub in circular motions until all of your shoe is covered, then wipe off any excess before it dries, then buff for a gloss look finish.
Frequent use of lavender polish will help to keep your leather shoes looking new.
This Amazing Lavender essential oil-based wax polish is a great asset to any home furniture or surface giving them a shiny and beautiful finish.
It is also a great way to make your leather shoes look new again with just one application of the polish, which will help keep them looking their best for longer.
This product can be used on any wooden surface that needs polishing or waxing including wood floors as well making it an all-inclusive essential oil worktop Polish solution.
It’s chemical-free and environmentally friendly and easy to make at home for yourself or as a gift.
This amazing Lavender based natural furniture cleaner has been designed specifically not only clean but protects surfaces from dirt build-up over time while giving off its wonderful aroma at same times too – perfect if you want something more than just a basic polish
Recommended not to use on sensitive fabrics as it can stain or leave greasy texture, another essential oil like eucalyptus essential oils is better known to work well with fabrics.