Adding Essential Oils to your Steam Cleaner

Adding Essential Oils to your Steam Cleaner

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Now this is a great way to improve the smell and freshness of your home! Adding essential oils to your steam cleaner is a little secret you can try. Most manufacturers do recommend against putting anything other than distilled water into your steam cleaner. However, I have not experienced any significant problems, but try this at your own risk!

I added orange essential oil in this video. You can get a big bottle of it for a great price and it lasts forever. The citrus in orange acts as a great addition to the hot steam produced by the McCulloch MC 1375.

Try it today and let me know what you think!

I did also mention this in the video, but generally adding anything other than distilled water to your steam cleaner is not advised by manufacturers. The reason I don’t think it is a big problem in this case, is because essential oils boil away with the water and blend with the steam. Just be sure that you aren’t putting in an essential oil that is too harsh and could potentially cause harm.

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