Zoflora In A Reed Diffuser? 10 Unique Ways To Use A Scented Disinfectant

November 29, 2018

Hey all! Adulting means cleaning after yourself, and luckily I am one that loves to clean. My holy product is Zoflora. For anyone that hasn’t heard of this, Zoflora is a liquid disinfectant, killing 99.9% of bacteria and removing smells at the source – with an amazing variety of scents. The beauty is that you can do so much with it – including putting Zoflora in a reed diffuser – here’s how!

1) To Clean Radiators

To do this, make sure that your radiator is off, and use a dry cloth to wipe the Zoflora across the radiator. As soon as you put the heating on, the scent will spread across your room.

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2) As a toilet disinfectant

I am a sucker for clean scents in the bathroom, and this is the perfect way to keep your toilet free of bacteria and smelling great. Just pop a capful in the loo at the end of the night or into the cistern, and it will be in perfect condition come morning.

3) Cleaning The Sink

A quick and easy hack is to clean your sinks overnight. Just fill the sink with boiling water and a capful of gZoflora before bed, adding your dishcloths to this. By the morning everything will be disinfected and ready to use.

zoflora in sink

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4) Homemade Reed Diffuser

Ran out of diffuser oil? Well, Zoflora can do the trick. Just add this to the empty diffuser bottle, and let the scents fill your room. Admittedly, the reeds do need rotating more than usual – but this is a quick and easy way to resolve an empty diffuser. Zoflora in a reed diffuser is definitely the way forward in my house!

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zoflora in a reed diffuser

5) Mopping The Floor

Zoflora can also be diluted, so adhalf a capful of this to boiling hot water and you have the perfect solution to clean the floor.

6) Wiping Down Surfaces

Another hack is to add diluted Zoflora to surfaces in a spray bottle. It is just as effective as standard alternatives (and works out cheaper too).

7) Keeping the Bin Smelling Fresh

As a student, it is very easy to forget to take the bin out, leaving an awful stench in your kitchen. A solution to this is to add a Zoflora coated kitchen towel into the bottom of your bin to prevent stenches.

8) Smelly Shoes

This is easily caused, and is such a pain to get rid of the smell. Simply add a tissue soaked with Zoflora into the shoe, pressing it down and leave overnight. By the morning your shoes should be smelling fresh!

9) Car Air Vents

Again, another easy way to keep things fresh, just dilute the Zoflora and wipe onto the vents with a cloth, and wait for the smell to come through.

10) Into the Washing Machine

I personally love this hack. Not only will this ensure that your clothes are free of bacteria, but will also have them smelling lovely – just add 1 capful to the fabric softener compartment on a hot cycle!

And there we have it, for anyone wondering, Zoflora is available in most supermarkets and Pound stores in the cleaning section, and have a variety of scents to choose from. Have you guys ever used Zoflora? If you have what do you use it for?

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Check out part 2 of my Zoflora Hacks!

  • Reply
    March 18, 2019 at 11:06 am

    Great tips I’ve not seen anyone mention tip 4 and 8 before!

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    Zoflora Hacks Part 2 |
    September 12, 2019 at 9:16 pm

    […] and removing smells at the source – with an amazing variety of scents. As you guys loved my Ways To Use Zoflora   post, here are some more ways you can use this wonder […]

  • Reply
    December 14, 2019 at 1:18 am

    Wash silk flowers and your net curtains. Leave your rooms smelling lovely. .

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      Sophia Patel
      December 24, 2019 at 12:59 pm

      Thanks for letting me know, I’ll have to give it a try!

    • Reply
      Claire Ramsbotham
      May 5, 2020 at 9:43 am

      Can you put Zoflora in defuses?

      • Reply
        Sophia Patel
        May 23, 2020 at 1:25 pm

        Yes you can! I would recommend not diluting it because it does start to turn brown, but in small spaces they will last a couple of weeks!

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    May 8, 2020 at 12:03 pm

    I love using it diluted as a fabric spray 😍

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