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10 Ways To Use Zoflora


One of my favourite cleaning products has got to be Zoflora; not only is it a disinfectant which kills bacteria and viruses, but it also smells amazing and is long-lasting! There are so many different fragrances to choose from and it's so inexpensive too. So I thought I would put together a list of ten ways to use Zoflora around the home.

1. Fill your sink with boiling hot water and add a capful of Zoflora (you could also add your dish cloth too) to disinfect. It leaves your kitchen smelling amazing too!

2. Tip some Zoflora onto some kitchen roll and use it to wipe down your bin. This gets rid of any smells and also kills any germs.

3. Add a capful (or two) to an empty spray bottle and dilute with water, then spray on soft furnishings like curtains, cushions and throws etc. for an instant freshen up!



4. Add some Zoflora to some kitchen roll and wipe down your radiators. When they warm up, it will make your home smell incredible!

5. Use it neat on the pad of your steam mop before use (I believe you should avoid adding it to the tank as it is flammable).

6. Soak a cloth in diluted Zoflora and wipe inside your fridge, cupboard doors and surfaces.

7. Spray diluted Zoflora on door handles and wipe them regularly to kill bacteria.



8. Pour a capful neat into toilets and sinks to keep them smelling fresh. You could also add some to your toilet brush holder too.

9. Once your reed diffuser runs out, reuse it by adding a capful of Zoflora and dilute it with water.

10. Every so often, add a capful to your washing machine and run a hot wash to clean and disinfect it.

You can also find some other great tips on ways to use Zoflora around the home by reading this post, over at From Rachael Claire.

I hope you found this post useful. What are your favourite uses for Zoflora?

1 comment:

  1. Ahh! I love Zoflora and use it on everything! I hadn't thought about using it in reed diffusers. Fab idea x

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