Laundry Tonic 'Citrus Fresh' 20ml


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100% Pure Essential Oils: West Indian Lime, Lemon, Eucalyptus and Sweet Orange

Nothing better than the smell of freshly washed laundry, right? The sweet scent of laundry detergent, fabric softener, and dryer sheets make this menial task almost therapeutic. Unless you're using chemicals and synthetic fragrances then it becomes downright toxic. Yikes!

Time to indulge in this Citrus Fresh essential oil instead! It's a delightful blend of West Indian lime, lemon, eucalyptus, and sweet orange. If you're looking for a quick pick-me-up, the scent of citrus is known to be very uplifting and invigorating. Just add a few drops to your soapberries or in your fabric softener compartment when you are doing the wash. Who knew a freshly washed sheet can reduce stress and boost your mood? Pair this with our wool dryer balls for an all natural laundry experience!


West Indian Lime, Lemon, Eucalyptus and Sweet Orange Essential oils

SKU: TRH005Categories: Healthy Home, That Red House

How do I use Laundry Tonics in my laundry?

You can add a few drops of your Laundry Tonic to the soapberries bag before you throw it into your washing machine. Alternatively, you can add some drops to the detergent or fabric softener compartment of your washer.

If you're going to be putting your laundry into the dryer, simply put a few drops of Laundry Tonic essential oil on one of the 3 wool dryer balls. Toss them in the dryer along with wet laundry and then dry on low heat. About 5-7 drops should be good but you can experiment with the amount to get the scent you desire. 

Laundry Tonics are also great to use in other home made cleaners, especially if you're using our Organic Soapberry Recipes!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Citrus fresh

Beautiful smelly. My towels came out smelling a lot better than detergent and fabric softener together. I also added a few drops to the fabric softener compartment. Highly recommend this with the soapberries. Going to buy some other laundry oils to try now