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Posted on 23 May 2017

Customer Sheila Cramer brings you our latest Customer Top Tip. It's a bed-making routine we can definitely recommend!

'When I strip the beds I spray the mattress with eucalyptus, re-make the bed and just before pulling up the top sheet I spray lavender, then a few drops of lavender oil onto the pillow and pull the bed cover over the top. Come bedtime I pull back the bed cover, hop in and the freshness feels like little bit of luxury.'

Posted on 10 May 2017

 

Our latest Top Tip comes from Lauren Knights who recommends using Bosisto's Lavender Spray to keep her car smelling fresh.

'The weather in Queensland has been particularly muggy of late. Having small kids can mean the car gets a bit whiffy from time to time. In-between cleans or if the weather is too wet to leave the windows down, I spray my lavender aerosol onto the seat backs and under the seats before locking the car up for the night.  Note; lavender can be extremely calming apart from its antibacterial and smell-eradicating properties. So be careful not to use it in the car BEFORE you drive anywhere (just after).'

 

Posted on 26 Apr 2017

Our Second Top Tip Winner is Joanna Whiteside who has come up with a way to ensure your furry friend's litter box doesn't permeate the whole house. Thanks Joanna!

'I have created my own Natural Cat Litter Deodoriser. I use a scoop, about 100gm, of clumping cat litter in a container and add 2 caps of eucalyptus or tea tree  oil, shake so the litter soaks up the oil. I then add the oil soaked litter to about 500gm of bicarbonate of soda and shake the container so it all combines. I keep the green spoon from the eucalyptus washing powder and use this to sprinkle the mix onto cat litter to deodorise the litter tray. Works a treat!'

Posted on 06 Apr 2017

Our first ever Customer Top Tip comes from Tracey Reed who found a great use for our Bosisto's Tea Tree Oil:

'My tip is to use Tea Tree Oil to treat the infections seedy toe and thrush in horses hooves, and then once cured to use it as a preventative.

First clean the hoof with a special hoof pick and then scrub it clean with a dry scrubbing brush. Drip some neat Tea Tree Oil into the central sulcus and each collateral groove of the frog and onto any cracks or suspicious areas of the hoof and wall. Do this daily and the thrush will be healed in no time. Once cured, use it weekly as a preventative.'