Origin: a Latin derivative
meaning "Gift of the Earth."
The amount of dust that accumulates around your home is sometimes a mystery. Vacuuming your carpets and changing your sheets on a weekly basis can help cut down on those dust bunnies, but what about your hard surfaces? Dust wipes (as compared to feather dusters that simply move the dust from one place to another) are a significant help because they trap the dust in the cloth. There are disposable versions available in supermarkets, however, making reusable ones is simple and environmentally friendly.
Our version of dust wipes uses Lemon oil, making them particularly helpful for purifying surfaces, polishing wood furniture, and also for removing thicker dust or dust that may be slightly greasy from cooking.
2 cups distilled water
25 drops Lemon oil
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon white vinegar
Tip: To reuse simply wash used cloths and re-apply ingredients.