Witch Hazel Uses: Cleaning
Clean Your Dog’s Ears
I have a little Cocker Spaniel, and they are known for having the dirtiest ears. Looking for a solution, I read that using Witch Hazel to clean dogs ears was perfectly safe. I cleared it with our vet, and I’ve been using it ever since.
Clean Your Jewelry
If your jewelry looks grimy, clean it with a cotton ball soaked in Witch Hazel.
Remove Stinky Odors
Get rid of stinky odors in shoes, clothes or around the house with an easy DIY spray made from Witch Hazel. Combine 4 teaspoons of WH, 6 drops of peppermint essential oil, 4 drops of tea tree Oil, and 2 drops of eucalyptus and thyme oils to a spray bottle. Add 4 teaspoons of water to the spray bottle and mix thoroughly. Stinky odors will simply vanish!
Clean Your Makeup Brushes
Use 1 teaspoon of pure castile soap and 1/4 cup of our magic liquid to clean your makeup brushes. Let them soak in the mixture for a bit. Now remove the excess makeup with a dry paper towel. Make it a point to do this at least once a week.
Homemade General Cleaning Spray
Make a cleaning spray that can be used just about anywhere. Mix 1/4 cup of WH, 8 drops of lavender essential oil and 1/2 cup of water. Mix all of the ingredients in a large spray bottle. Shake thoroughly before each use.
Interested in more homemade remedies? Try this salve for chapped lips!