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Degreasing Your Kitchen With Orange Oil

Post By Amanda LaForest

Few places in your home attract as much dirt, grease and grime as your kitchen does. For most people, the kitchen is the central hub of their home, the place where everyone passes through a few times a day to grab a snack, and gather for meals at dinnertime. All of this cooking and foot traffic can help to contribute to a dirty kitchen by the end of the day. And if you’re someone that is concerned about using chemical-based cleaners in your home, you may be frustrated with trying to find an all-natural cleaner that can actually cut through grease and grime in the kitchen. We have a perfect solution for keeping your kitchen clean with a natural product: orange oil!

What is Orange Oil?

Just as you would expect, orange oil is derived from the peels of oranges. Orange peels contain a natural grease-fighting ingredient called d-limonene. It is often produced with the waste peels leftover by companies that make orange juice, making it an eco-friendly way to utilize peels rather than throwing them away. When looking for an orange oil product, be sure to choose one that is cold-pressed. This process helps to ensure that the d-limonene in the peels is preserved as it is extracted, protecting its grease-fighting power.



    How to Use Orange Oil to Degrease Your Kitchen

    The d-limonene in orange oil is a fantastic cleaning option for your kitchen, because it is great at cutting through grease and grime. One of the biggest advantages to using orange oil to degrease your kitchen is its wonderful, fresh scent! It can be used on nearly any surface to remove stains and messes, including metal, glass, granite, porcelain, tile, brick, concrete, stucco, rubber, plastic, and more. It is always a good idea to test orange oil on an inconspicuous spot before using, just to be sure the surface is suitable. Using orange oil is easy; simply mix your orange oil with water to dilute, and spray wherever you need to clean up grease, dirt, or grime. For tough stains, you can sprinkle baking soda on the area before spraying on orange oil, and then scrub with a brush. This is a great option for cleaning greasy items like barbeque utensils and your kitchen exhaust fan.

    If you’re looking for a quality orange oil cleaner, look no further than our Cold Pressed Natural ORANGE OIL! Our non-toxic solvent and degreaser has thousands of practical uses around your home, and is cold-pressed to ensure it preserves the d-limonene. While others may water down their orange oil, ours contains 80-95% d-limonene, making it a powerful cleaner around your home to remove dirt, grease, oil, food, odors, ink, glue, crayon, soap scum, and more. And because our Cold-Pressed Natural ORANGE OIL is super-concentrated, you get more cleaning power for your dollar. Dilute it at a rate of 2 ounces of orange oil to one gallon of water to tackle tough cleaning chores in your kitchen. Just one bottle of our orange oil makes up to 22 bottles of cleaning solution!

    So kick potentially harmful chemical cleaners to the curb, and see the difference our all-natural and fresh-scented ORANGE OIL can make in your kitchen cleaning routine.


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