Sunshine Concentrate Uses and Instructions
Hang inside cabinet door. There are instructions on the sunshine concentrate bottle, but
Spray Bottle for Appliances, Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops, Fixtures
-11/2 t. per quart of warm water. Add essential oil for antimicrobial properties.
Spray Bottle for
Mirrors, Windows, Glass - 1/4 t.
Vinyl or Wood Floors: 2 T. per gallon of hot water. Rinse thoroughly with clean water before
Ceramic and Plastic Tile, Wood Floors and Woodwork: 2 Tbsp. per gallon
of water. Sponge or spray on. Rinse.
Kitchen UsesDishwashing - 1 T. in sink, adjust for heavy greaseCounter Tops (add few drops Tea Tree Oil or Lemon Oil for disinfectantCleanser - For Sinks, Toilets, and other areas needing a cleanser,
use Baking SodaFruit and Veggie Wash - 1/2 tsp. per basin of cool water (put water
in first, then SC, swirl, and add produce). Let sit 20-30 minutes. Removes
sprays, waxes and pesticides.Odors - Apply full strength to remove odor of onions, fish, etc. -
In thermos or bottles, add few drops after filling with water, shake, let sit,
For Bleach and Fabric Softener - Use white vinegarClothes Dryer - Spray dryer from Household Cleaning bottle to prevent
static clingDiapers - 2 t. in pail eliminates odors - add Essential Oil for
anti-microbialGrease and Other Stains - Apply full strength and rub in, then wash or rinseHand Washables - 1 tsp. per quart lukewarm water. Use for silks, woolens
and other fine washables. Wring gently, rinse well.Stain Removal: Use full strength before laundering, to help remove
ball-point ink, chocolate, lipstick, shoe polish or grease from washable, color
fast material.Washing Machine - 2 T. for full load, adjust for smaller. Add
1/4 c. baking soda for extra dirty, smelly loads
Bath - 2 t. to tub (no bathtub ring)Cleanser - For Sinks, toilets, and other areas needing a cleanser,
SodaHand Soap - 2 t. to 8 oz. bottle (put water in first) - Add 7 drops Lemon
Oil for antibacterial actionShampoo - 1/2 t. can be used as shampoo - water needed to make latherShower Gel - Use full strength in bottle 8 oz. with 7 drops of favorite essential
oil added. Use only a few drops on shower puff.
Other Household Uses
Carpet Stains - Apply full strength, rub in, let sit a few minutes, rub outCombs and Brushes - 3 t. per basin warm water - Let soak 1-2 hours,
and air dryGolf Clubs, Balls & Gloves - 1 t. to 1 pint of water for
cleaningHumidifiers - 3 to 4 drops in water to help prevent
rust and scum. Eliminates
mineral deposits.Leather - 2 drops on damp sponge - cleans better than saddle soapPlumbing - Using regularly at sinks keeps pipes open - emulsifies greaseShaving - Full strength with a little water to make lather - Use Herbal
Trim for After-ShaveWallpaper Removal - 2 T. to a pale of hot
water, apply with swab or mop and lift off. Use a solution of 1 Tablespoon
per gallon of water for residue.
Auto Window Washer - 5-6 drops per quartBattery Terminals - 1/2 t. in pint of water. Spray on, lot soak
2 minutes, then clean.Boat Algae - 1 T. in gallon of water.Car Wash - 2 T. per gallon warm waterConcrete and Mortar Mix - 2 T. to 1 gallon of
water to make mixture
spread easier and set harder.Engines - Use 2 T. to one gallon water to clean engine. Will not
effect paint, gaskets, or insulating material, Best results can be achieved
when the engine is hot for faster drying of the ignition system. It happens
to be a good lubricant!Fertilizer - 2-3 drops per quart, use weeklyInsect Repellent - Full strength or with equal parts water applied to skinPaint Brushes - Work full strength into brush, wash with waterRose Bushes - 1 t. per gallon or 1/4 t. per quart - Spray to protect from
red spider and diseasesWindows and Screens - 1 t. to 2 gallons
of water for spray
Safe for people, animals, plants and our environment. Biodegradable, non-polluting, chemical-free and non-flammable. Save money. One bottle equals 200 gallons of window cleaner or 64 gallons of your household cleaner.
NOTE: Do not put fingers or foreign matter into sunshine concentrate
bottle - bacteria can degrade strength.Reorders: www.theherbsplace.com/sunconc.html