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A Niaouli & Myrtle disinfectant spray (earthy, fresh and minty scent) with natural cleaning power. The scent is so beautiful you could almost use it as a room spray!
This all-purpose Niaouli & Myrtle spray is made with the highest quality, potent organic essential oils to keep your home free from germs, viruses and bacteria. It is made in small batches from simple, natural and organic ingredients.
Niaouli is a species of Melaleuca and is native to Australia. You may know it as the paperbark! It has an earthy, fresh, minty aroma and is packed with anti-fungal and antibacterial properties so is great to use in the bathroom or any places where mould and mildew may be an issue.
Myrtle is also a great antibacterial and has an aroma that's slightly camphoraceous – much like Eucalyptus, but softer and sweeter. Mixed with the citrus and floral scents also in this spray, your home will smell divine.
Certified Organic Castile Soap (Palm Oil Free), Demineralised Water, Organic Essential Oils including Anise (Illicium Verum), Niaouli (Melaleuca Viridiflora), Myrtle (Myrtus Communis), Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris), Sweet African Orange (Citrus Aurantium Dulcis).
Spray on surfaces as required and wipe with a natural cloth. If using in mould prone areas, spray on surface, wait 10 minutes and wipe/rinse off. Do not use on unsealed wood or wooden floors. Always conduct a test patch when using Lil’ Bit products for the first time.
A Lil' Bit makes a big difference. For Founder, Liz, choosing to keep bees at their home on Phillip Island was a life-changing decision - falling in love with bees illuminated the broader and fragile ecosystem we are a part of, and the toxic effect on the natural world of unchecked and needless chemical use in our daily lives. Her Lil'Bit range of homemade, small-batch cleaning products are all created in her own kitchen, and proudly say no to a long list of nasties.
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Made in Australia.