Combined with its naturally fresh odour, the cleaning properties of the compound cineole has also resulted in eucalyptus oil being used for a wide range of industrial and commercial cleaning practices.
- Kochii Eucalyptus Oil can be used as a natural solvent, as it bears all the cleaning and disinfectant uses of man-made cleaning chemicals and products.
- It removes grease fat, stains, scuff marks, dirt and grime from carpets, floors and bench tops, bathrooms and toilets.
- It can be used to cleans stainless steel, fridges, white goods, office desks, telephones and computers.
- Above all, it is mild on the skin with the clean, fresh fragrance of natural eucalyptus.
How to Use:
Upholstery and carpet cleaning:
Using a cloth soaked in Kochii Eucalyptus Oil dab stains on the soiled area, making sure to rub towards the centre of the stain to avoid a ring. After cleaning it quickly vaporises, leaving no residue that may lead to re-soiling.
Cleaning floors and hard surfaces:
To clean floor tiles and kill germs and bacteria, add Kochii Eucalyptus Oil to a bucket of hot water. Add a dash of detergent to mix with the water, and leave behind a fresh, eucalyptus scent.
Use neat on stainless steel, wiping with clean paper towel or newspaper to bring up a shine.
Add Kochii Eucalyptus Oil to laundry detergent to help remove oil, grease and grime and bring the fragrance into your life on a daily basis. Cut back on your washing powder at the same time!
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your doctor. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. For advice contact a Poisons Information Centre (13 11 26 in Australia) or a doctor at once.
Eucalyptus oil is volatile and flammable, so keep away from naked flames.