My name is Beth, and I am addicted to Zoflora.
I recently picked up a bottle in the pound shop after reading a few Instagram posts raving about it. As soon as I got it home and smelt it, I knew what they were talking about. I found myself hooked and before I knew it I had liked a Zoflora addicts Facebook page, and the rest is history. The uses for this little bottle are ENDLESS!
My husband came home to a freshly mopped floor and the house smelling of the without a shadow of doubt favourite, linen fresh. I found myself asking my friend for extra tips which led me to the wonderful blogging community. I was so relieved to see that I am not alone in my quest of love for the holy juice that is making parents lives that much easier. All hail the glory of Zoflora.If you haven’t yet succumbed – do. It is amazing! So,
What is Zoflora?
Bar being the best thing since sliced bread, it is a disinfectant which when you have small people around producing a vast array of bodily fluids and germs is a godsend. For as little as 89p, this little bottle will transform the way you do housework. Not convinced? Here are 30 ways to use Zoflora thanks to some epic bloggers:
Hannah Hi Baby Blog: I have a dyson v8 and I put a wee drop inside the dust collector bit (technical term) and swirl it around. Makes my house smell great whilst I’m hoovering and motivates me to clean more.
I also put it on a tissue and shove it down the back of the radiators.
Fran at Whinge Whinge Wine : I put it in the wash… That’s normal right?
Emma at Ready Freddie Go: Put some on a cloth and wipe over radiators and light bulbs. The warmth will help the scent spread like an oil burner
Jayne at Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs:I spray some watered down Zoflora in the boot of the car, after our Newfoundland has been in there
Rachel at Coffee Cake Kids I fill up our kitchen sink every night with hot water and zoflora. It’s got its shine back and entire bungalow smells lush every morning.
Lauren at Scrapbook Blog:Cotton wool soaked zoflora tapes to the insides of lamp shades so when it’s warm it radiates the smell… tape it to the metal bits tho! Also behind radiators
Nikki at Yorkshire Wonders My Mum used to sprinkle it on the carpet like a wet Shake ‘n Vac before she vacuumed. It brings back bad memories for me!
Leslie at Messy Blog UK: I use it watered down like a home made febreeze type thing. Great on curtains and mattresses. Also use it for mopping my floors.
Leandra from LaraBeeUK has four ideas: Wipe it neat on radiators when they come on it smells gorgeous. Use in reed diffusers. On the pad of my steam mop (not in the water, apparently that breaks them) and also I soak cotton wool balls in it and put them in my vacuum.
Lisa from Pass The Prosecco Please: I use it for everything, it is my life. My manager always buys me some as she says she loves how happy it makes me! I spray my carpet and sofa with a tiny bit diluted as a freshener; I pop a bit in the toilet to give the bathroom a nice smell – I live with two boys and I love a nice smelling loo!
Toni from This Mama:I use it loads but especially in the garden. We have fake grass so use it in a watering can diluted with water whenever the dog has a wee! Smells gorgeous outside & keeps it hygienic for the kids x
Katie from Gold Dust Blog: Watered down in a mason jar, some wooden BBQ kebab sticks and you have a reed diffuser!
Hollie at Thrifty Mum: I add Zoflora to the water in my floor steamer. The lasting smell is amazing!
Laura the Mamma Fairy says: A few drops in the cistern of the toilet works wonders in my house full of boys!
Jo at Miracle Max:I wipe down the changing mat and then give it a quick wipe over with Zoflora to kill any bacteria. I add a small amount to my steam cleaner before steaming the kitchen floor.
Georgina from Gee Gardner:I used it diluted in my spray mop, kills any germs and makes the house smell amazing!
Sophie from Sophie and Lilly uses a Zoflora solution to soak kitchen sponges and clothes to disinfect them. Jasmine and honeysuckle aroma is lovely and not at all overpowering. Nice to return to a room which smells so fresh!
Simone from Married to a Geek: Mix it with water and pop in the oil burners. Also, a few drops into the washer on the towel wash.
Jenni from Chilling With Lucas: I put it in the bottom of the food/garden waste wheely bin
Carly from Mummy and the Chunks: I use it for everything! I tend to fill a bucket with water and add the Zoflora whenever I clean anywhere in the house. I especially like cleaning my floors and doors with it so you can smell it as soon as you enter the room. It is such a happy smell!
Isn’t it just? Have you tried it yet Which is your favourite scent?
Disclosure – this post is written off my own back and my own love of Zoflora. It is in no way affiliated with them – although if they want to sponsor my life, feel free!!!!