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Sunshine Concentrate

Sunshine Concentrate:  Multiple Uses (32 fl. oz.) $12.20


Phosphate Free


100% Organic

Not a Soap




Not a Detergent




GENERAL CLEANING – 1 teaspoon in quart of water for woodwork, walls, ceilings
APPLIANCES AND BATHROOM FIXTURES – Ό teaspoon in pint of water. Leaves refrigerator odor-free.
WINDOWS, MIRRORS, ALL GLASS – 1 drop from a squeeze bottle in 4 oz. spray bottle of water. Glass will smear if more than recommended amount is used.
DISHES – 1-2 teaspoons in the dishpan. Dirty pans: fill with hot water, add ½ teaspoon, let stand to loosen all stuck particles
FLOORS – ½ teaspoon to gallon of cool water. This concentration will not remove polish. Wring mop dry and wipe up spots and dirt, leaving floor shine.
KITCHEN FLOORS – ½ teaspoon to quart of warm water for cleaning without polish.
DUSTING – Ό teaspoon to a quart of warm water. Squeeze solution out of sponge to almost dry or spray solution on clean cloth and wipe. Leaves bright, non-magnetic surface which will not attract dust.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES (including potatoes) – Ό teaspoon to pint of water. Wash, then rinse to remove residues of poisonous sprays and grime. May add ½ teaspoon of Nature’s Fresh Enzymatic Cleaner for better cleaning. To crisp lettuce, use 2 or 3 drops in bowl of water.
WOOLENS, SILKS, NYLONS, ALL FINE FABRICS – 1 teaspoon to basin of water. For spots, apply a drop or two directly on the spot and press in with thumb; then immerse in basin solution, allow to stand a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly and dry according to label directions.
SPOT REMOVER – Apply directly to spot and use toothbrush to rub in, them wipe off with damp cloth or rinse. Good for coffee, lipstick, ink, grass, grease.
ELECTRIC COFFEEMAKER – Ό teaspoon in pot of water. Run through cycle and rinse.
IRONING – 1 or 2 drops in steam iron keeps jet and interior clean. Makes steam wetter! Keeps iron free of mineral deposits; no need to buy distilled water. Iron on a rag the first time – it will clean out any old deposits.
KNIVES – Put a few drops on a whetstone for sharpening knives. Keep moist and add as needed. Doesn’t c log stone, which is very important in sharpening tools. Stone is free of residue w hen rinsed.
AQUARIUMS – 1 teaspoon in quart of water for coral, rocks, entire aquarium. Rinse thoroughly.
FISH ODORS – Use one tablespoon per quart of water. Clean odorous surface.
BOAT ALGAE – 1 tablespoon in gallon of water.
DIAPERS – ½ teaspoon in pail of water.
SPRAY CAN SNOW OR POSTER PAINT ON WINDOWS ( to remove) – ½ teaspoon in quart of warm water
WALLPAPER REMOVAL – 2 tablespoons to a pail of hot water; apply with swab or mop and lift off. Use a solution of 1 tablespoon per gallon of water to c lean off the residue.
PLUMBING – Will keep pipes open and clean when used regularly. It emulsifies grease and can eliminate cleaning of grease traps.
FRYING VATS – ½ cup to 3 gallons of water. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Dissipates stubborn crusts without damage to vats.
CLOTHES DRYER – Use large spray bottle with cleaner solution (½ tsp. to 16 oz. water) to eliminate static.


CLEANING HANDS – Put a few drops in the palm. Rub thoroughly over both hands. Add a little water, continue with washing. Removes tobacco stains, grease, onion or garlic odors.
BATHING – 2 tsp. to tub of water. Run water full force for bubbles.
SHAVING – apply full strength to face and add water to make slight lather. Razor blades last longer. Lets you see where you’re shaving. ]
GUM (to remove- Use full strength gum from skin, carpet or clothes.
INSECT REPELLENT – Apply full strength (or with equal parts water) to exposed areas.
INSECT BITES – Rub full strength directly on bites to relieve itching.
PAINTING AND DYING – Apply full strength to hands and face before painting or dyeing and allow to dry. Paint or dye will wash off easily afterwards. This is called the "invisible glove."
SHOE CLEANER – 2 drops on a wet cloth. Will not remove finish. Shine with dry cloth.
SHAMPOO – 1 teaspoon to 1 cup water.
BURNS & CUTS – Rub directly on. Helps healing process. Reduces pain and redness, prevents blistering.


ROSE BUSHES – 1 tsp. to a gallon of water. Spraying rose bushes will protect them from red spider and other diseases and will make bushes flourish. It also fertilizes.
HOUSE PLANTS – A few drops in water to make plants flourish. Use to wipe down leaves.
GREEN LAWNS – 2 Tbsp. to Ortho-type bottle applicator full of water. Will make 2 gallons
OUTSIDE WINDOWS AND SCREENS – 1 tsp. to 2 gallons of water for spraying.
HUMIDIFIERS – 3-4 drops in water to help prevent rust and scum; eliminates mineral deposits.
CONCRETE & MORTAR MIX – ½ oz. to 1 gallon water to make mixture spread easier, set harder.
WATER SOLUBLE GUM TAPE – Use 4-6 drops in a 16 oz. spray bottle, or tape dispenser with water tank.
PAINT BRUSHES – Work straight into brush, wash with water. Non-flammable.
SILVER POLISH – Rub on with cloth, rinse with water.
REMOVE SKUNK SMELL – 2 Tbsp. per gallon of water.
RAPIDOGRAPH PENS – a few drops will clean engineering pens and keep them working smoothly.
CAMPING – Straight on the bottom of pots and pans before cooking makes them easy to clean. Works in cold or salt water.
LEATHER – Cleans leather better than saddle soap. Put 2 drops on damp sponge. Clean and wipe dry.
FERTILIZER – 2-3 drops per quart of water, once a week on plants. DON’T OVERDO IT.
VINYL – ½ tsp. in a 16 oz. spray bottle works on all vinyl surfaces including automobiles.
GOLFERS – 1 tsp. in a pint of water for golf clubs and golf balls. Also for golf gloves.
EYEGLASSES – 1 drop to 4 oz. water. Spray on, wipe off.


WASHING – 1 Tbsp. in gallon of water. Easy removal of bugs and road grime. Wipe windshield, windows, and chrome after rinsing. Remainder of car dries without spots or streaks.
BATTERY TERMINALS – ½ tsp. in pint of water. Spray on, let soak for 2 minutes, then clean with a wire brush. Use full strength to avoid corrosive or galvanic action.
WINDSHIELD WASHING – Add 5-6 drops to quart of water and fill windshield washing jar. Add anti-freeze solution in winter.
ENGINES – Use ½ oz. to one gallon water to clean engine. Will not affect pain, gaskets, or insulating material. Best results can be achieved when the engine is hot for fastest drying of the ignition system.
TIRES – Great for white walls. Spray on rims – tires go on easier.


In the ground – 2 qts. Per 40 gals. Per acre. On plants or above ground – 1 qt. per 40 gals. Garden ground – 2 oz. per gallon. On plants or above ground – 1 oz. per gallon


It is the most economical cleaner you can buy. 1 quart makes 64 gallons of cleaning solution by following directions. DO NOT USE MORE THAN RECOMMENDED. A little goes a long way!

Has a pH factor of 6.5. It is a fantastically versatile cleaner. The successor to soap. Makes water 100 times wetter. Does not hinder bacterial action of septic tanks or cesspools.

**DO NOT PUT FINGERS OR FOREIGN MATTER INTO CONTAINER.** Large amounts of bacteria can cause degrading action and weaken your cleaner.

All information contained in this Web Site is for educational purposes only and not intended to treat or diagnose illness or disease, nor is medical advice implied or intended. For medical advice, seek the care of a health professional. All herbs are presented herein according to historical uses and/or testimonials.

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