If you’re looking for an all-natural solution to improve the quality of your indoor air, essential oils offer an excellent opportunity for cleaning up your home without resorting to chemicals or harsh cleaners that could cause harm over time.

These oils have been used for thousands of years for their powerful medicinal, antibacterial, and therapeutic properties.

They are naturally antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral — which means that they can help prevent mold from growing in your home as well as kill off any existing mold. They’re also great at removing odors from your home naturally and make it smell great too.

In recent years, they have become a popular alternative to toxic chemical cleaners and disinfectants, while leaving no harmful residue behind at all! They can be used in a diffuser or added to your cleaning products.

You can buy essential oils from a variety of sources, including health food stores, drug stores and online.

There are dozens of different types, but some are better at cleaning the air in your home than others. The most common include eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, tea tree and peppermint. Each has its own unique scent and purpose.

The best way to use aromatherapy to purify the air in your home is by diffusing a blend of several together. An ultrasonic diffuser releases the fragrance into the air without heating it up, so it lasts longer than candles or incense do.

Here are some of the best oils that have been proven to work the best:

Lemon oil

Lemon oil has a fresh citrusy aroma that can help deodorize any room. It can also clean surfaces by simply adding a few drops of lemon essential oil to water and wiping down hard surfaces with a sponge or rag. Lemon essential oil is great for cleaning wood floors as well, since it contains antibacterial properties that kill germs on contact.

Eucalyptus oil

This oil has a strong scent that improves respiratory function by opening up airways when inhaled directly or diffused into the air. Eucalyptus also kills airborne microbes like viruses and bacteria, making it ideal for cleaning bathrooms where these germs tend to multiply easily.

Plus, since eucalyptus can act as an insect repellant indoors or out (depending on how much you use), this aromatic essential oil is worth having around any time of year.

Eucalyptus has been shown to reduce symptoms like cough and congestion by more than half when used as a vapor rub, which makes it perfect for treating colds and allergies as well!

Lavender oil

Lavender essential oil has a sweet floral scent that’s known for its calming properties.

It is great for cleaning because it fights bacteria and viruses that cause infections such as influenza A, swine flu and common colds. You can mix it with water and spray it all over your house to cleanse and purify the air naturally!

You can also use it in an ultrasonic diffuser or add a few drops to your laundry detergent when washing bedding to freshen up your linens.

Lavender is known for its calming effect on the body and mind. It’s a great way to create a relaxing environment for yourself and your family.

The best part is that it can also help you sleep better at night. If you have trouble falling asleep, place a few drops of Lavender oil on your pillow before going to bed.

Peppermint oil

Peppermint is an excellent option if you need to freshen up stale air quickly, because it has antibacterial properties that destroy odors at their source. You can use peppermint oil in an aromatherapy diffuser as well as in DIY cleaning solutions to make your home smell great!

Peppermint oil is great for getting the scent of your home back to normal. Its strong, refreshing smell will neutralize odors and make everything smell fresh again. It is also helpful in removing toxins from the air in your home, so it’s a double whammy when it comes to helping you breathe easier.

The best way to use peppermint oil is by diffusing it in a diffuser throughout your home. You can also add a few drops into a spray bottle with some water and spray this mixture onto furniture or rugs that might be absorbing odors or trapping dust particles (like carpeted areas).

If you find yourself congested or have difficulty breathing due to congestion, try adding peppermint essential oil to your diffuser or inhaling directly from the bottle through a small towel or cloth draped over your face (this is called “wrapping”).

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil has been used for centuries as an alternative treatment for acne, athlete’s foot and other skin conditions due to its antiseptic properties. It also helps relieve respiratory problems such as congestion or allergies because it’s an expectorant that loosens mucus from your throat so it can be coughed out easily when you’re sick with cold or flu symptoms.

Tea tree oil has powerful antibacterial properties that can kill germs on contact. It is known for its antibacterial properties which makes it perfect for killing off germs on surfaces such as countertops or tables where food gets prepared.

Orange oil

Orange oil is a citrus essential oil and a great way to clean the air in your home. It’s also ideal for removing odors, so you can use it to clean the air in your home by removing odors that are present there.

Orange oil has been proven to contain many health benefits, including its ability to help people with anxiety or depression. This essential oil is known as an energy booster because it gives you a boost of energy when you feel tired or stressed out after work or school.

Many people use orange oils as natural remedies for colds and allergies because they have antiseptic properties that kill the germs that cause these illnesses. Orange oils also contain vitamin C which helps strengthen immunity against viruses and bacteria found in our environment such as E-coli bacteria found on foods such as spinach leaves.”

Lemongrass oil

Lemongrass oil is a natural antiseptic and can help clear up the air in your home. It is also an excellent cleaner for surfaces and homes, so adding it to your cleaning regime is a great idea! Lemongrass oil will remove odors from fabrics, wood, tile and more.

It is important to note that lemongrass oil can be irritating to sensitive skin or eyes if used directly on the skin or applied directly onto the face. If you have sensitive skin or eyes (or both!) then I would recommend diluting it with water before applying it topically to avoid any irritation.

Rosemary oil

Rosemary oil is a great way to clean the air naturally. It’s a natural anti-microbial, which means it can help fight off bacteria and keep your home smelling fresh for longer.

If you don’t have any rosemary oil on hand, we recommend using peppermint instead because it has similar properties! Just add a few drops of either one in water and use as an air freshener.


Essential oils have been used for thousands of years because they are a great way to clean the air in your home and will probably be along for many more centuries.

They are safe, easy to use, and can be used in many different ways.

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