Healing Power of Essential Oils Book

This DIY essential oil dusting spray is one of the easiest natural cleaners you can make! With just two ingredients and a glass spray bottle you can replace the toxic dusting sprays you’ve been using on your wood.

An essential oil dusting spray does more than just clean the dust off your furniture, it moisturizes the wood so that it looks beautiful for years to come. Natural carrier oils like fractionated coconut oil, olive oil, and almond oil are all good for wood surfaces, but my favorite is fractionated coconut oil because it truly soaks in and doesn’t leave a sticky residue. It’s also thinner than some others so it escapes your sprayer in a fine, even mist.

Fragrances in Home Cleaners

Who can’t just smell that lemon-fresh scent of wood polish cleaning. Unfortunately like so many cleaners that “fresh scent” isn’t clean in any way. The lack of oversight in the US fragrance industry leaves the public open to massive exposures to a barrage of potentially deadly chemicals.

Many of the over 4,000 chemicals considered “fragrance” are known to be lung irritants, carcinogenic or disruptive to the endocrine system. With a DIY dusting spray that uses essential oils to clean and deodorize your furniture.

DIY Dusting Spray for Wood



  1. Combine in a 4oz glass spray bottle with a fine mister. Use liberally on all your wood surfaces, wiping with a soft clean cloth.

Essential Oil Options

  1. I love the smell of lemon for cleaning, but you’re welcome to mix and match your favorite oils. Many people choose orange for dusting!


* No matter what allergies you may have, there’s a carrier oil that’s right for you. You can use any, or a combination of these: Avocado, Fractionated Coconut, Grapeseed, Jojoba, Sweet Almond.




DIY Hand Sanitizer with Essential Oils

Looking for a quick and easy DIY hand sanitizer recipe? Make a few bottles of this spray hand sanitizer to carry in a purse, a vehicle, and in a baby's bag.
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Healing Power of Essential Oils Book