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212 of 219 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2012
I bought this lemon oil to repel spiders that seemed to like the inside of our new house. I put about 15-20 drops of lemon oil in a small spray bottle, add one or two drops of dishwashing liquid (to help dilute the lemon oil which is not water soluble by itself) and then fill up with water. Then I spray all the entrances into the house on the inside (door posts, windows, etc.). I also spray corners inside the house and all places where spiders might like to hide. The trick is to use this inside the house only - spiders hate lemon oil and stay out of your house. In fact, I have seen a spider die from one direct spray of this lemon water! We have not had problems with spiders since we started to use this product. I would highly recommend this to anyone who has a problem with spiders in the house. Plus your house will smell great!
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381 of 410 people found the following review helpful
on April 6, 2013
I had this product for a bit now. I do what other sites recommend. Lemon oil + dish soap + water. I been spraying around the house just about every 3-4 weeks.

The reason im writing this now? Im in my kitchen getting some burritos ready and while im walking to the fridge I see a huge black dot on the ceiling.

I live in norcal so we don't get huge nasty spiders. We probably live in the best place in the world in terms of dangerous animals (barely any here). This one was dark black with a maroonish abdomen with the spider about the size of a half dollar.

I saw it, I was like "aw snap." It was like my whole life flash in front of me . Then in my flashback, I recall one day reading about some one mentioning on here that you can also use the prevent spray to blast spiders to death "eco friendly" style. So I got my spray and snuck up on it like Call of Duty style and blasted the fool. Sucker fell down from the ceiling balled up. I blasted it some more. Then I gave it its proper burial.... wrapped the sob up in toilet paper and flushed it down the throne... porcelain throne.

If this lemon oil combo didn't work, that spider could easily be typing up a taunt telling how the lemon oil didn't work but it did. I walked out alive.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2012
I use this when making home made laundry soap. Not only does it gives it a great smell it's good for fighting germs and helping with stains.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful
on November 9, 2011
The best lemon oil I've ever bought, very real lemon scent. I used it all over the house, but especially in the fridge, around the gaskets etc. Very clean, delicious scent for my food areas.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
on October 5, 2012
All I can say is this----> WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I ordered 2 bottles
Took a chance on this. Its amazing! A Few Drops in the oil warmers
and also a few drops on the Furnace filter.
The Place smells AMAZING and FRESH!!!!!!!!!
Will Re order this for sure.
So worth it!
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101 of 112 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2012
I recently started mixing up my own cleaning products to get away from using so many chemicals in my home. I've added this lemon oil to the toilet bowl cleaner I made (borax, washing soda and lemon oil) and homemade furniture polish (olive oil, vinegar and lemon oil). I've even added it to the organic unscented floor cleaner that I purchased.

We used to have very obvious pet odors, but after a couple weeks of cleaning with this oil, the odor is gone, and my whole home has a light lemon scent. The scent is not over-powering like a chemical lemon scent might be. It just smells clean.By the way, the scent lasts about 3 days on floors, longer on our wood furniture, but the pet odor has not returned at all.

I've been using NOW products and supplements for years and have always found them to be good quality. My next experiment will be homemade laundry soap (castile soap and borax dissolved in hot water) with a bit of NOW Foods Lavender Oil, 2 ounce.
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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful
on May 10, 2007
Very good item! Can be diluted with any plain oil, such as almond, apricot, canola, ...to impart a pure, naturally fresh scent to your skin. If you like the lemon scent, this oil is great to have. Be sure to dilute -it's very strong.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2011
We bought this to use in our air cleaner that uses water. The smell is lemony fresh and very natural. It's super nice and smells like fresh lemons. You won't regret it.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2013
There are so many uses for lemon oil. It gives soothing pain relief and has an uplifting fragrance. I put a drop or two on my microfiber dusting clothes. It will also remove most stains from clothing. Just put a drop or two on the stain and a little dish soap and gently rub the fabric together. Leave it a few hours and then wash as usual. Most stains come out.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on March 10, 2014
I have been a fan of Plant Therapy essential oils and always pleased with the quality and purity, but for the amount I use I needed to find a more reasonably priced product. The Now essential oils are nice and aromatic, but they just don't seem to last as long or be quite as strong as others I have used. For example, I add a couple drops to a load of laundry and can usually smell whatever oil I added after the clothes are dry, but with these I find myself having to add alot more to get the same result. They are not a bad product, definatly a good value, but not the most potent on the market.
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