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DIY Toilet Cleaner Bombs

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I love to create my own cleaning products. This combination of baking soda, washing soda and citric acid not only works great for toilet bowls, it works well for sinks and bathtubs!
Add these boosts to your cleaning regimen. They make a great gift, along with homemade Vinegar of the Four Thieves. Recipe is here: http://it-takes-time.com/2014/04/diy-herbal-cleaner.html
  • diy toilet cleaner bombs, bathroom ideas, cleaning tips
You'll need cup baking soda
cup washing soda (You can use all baking soda if you don't have washing soda on hand, or make your own washing soda from baking soda.
cup citric acid
15 drops essential oil (options include tea tree, lemon or rosemary)
1 tablespoon salt
spray bottle with water
silicone mold (any size or shape will work)
Combine all of the above in a bowl. Spray water onto mixture and blend with your hands. Press into molds. That's it!
  • diy toilet cleaner bombs, bathroom ideas, cleaning tips
To make your own washing soda from baking soda see: DIY Washing Sodahttp://it-takes-time.com/2014/07/diy-washing-soda.html

To see more: http://it-takes-time.com/2015/07/diy-toilet-cleaner-bombs.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Andrea
    Andrea Jefferson, GA
    on Sep 30, 2015

    my daughter is allergic to citric acids (oranges, lemons, strawberries too). Is there a good subsititute?

    • Rwardekar
      Rwardekar
      on Mar 17, 2017

      Indian stores carry it ! In the spice section.

  • Andrea
    Andrea Jefferson, GA
    on Oct 1, 2015

    Thanks!

  • Carrie Hawk
    Carrie Hawk Tullahoma, TN
    on Dec 21, 2015

    I'll bet this would wook good for cleaning tea stains in my favorite tea jug that has crevices I can't get the stain out with a brush and baking soda.

    • Nancy Wilson
      Nancy Wilson
      on Mar 17, 2017

      Bleach is toxic. While it may be great to kill germs, I wouldn't soak dishes or cookware with it because it may be absorbed into the surface. How do I know? My mother cleaned with bleach all the time. It is far better to use vinegar and baking soda and a little elbow grease. This not only cleans and kills germs but doesn't leave toxic residue.

  • Lorraine
    Lorraine Australia
    on Oct 14, 2016

    Try denture tablets and hot water.Fill your tea jug up with hot water and put 2 denture tablets in, leave until the water is clear then empty and rinse

    • Kathie Hoyt
      Kathie Hoyt Ancram, NY
      on Feb 4, 2017

      I've put Denture Tablets in my toilet bowl for stains as well. Works well for a quick clean between cleans

  • Robin Rogers Gourley
    Robin Rogers Gourley
    on Jan 7, 2017

    Mine do NOT look like this!! What a mess!! I followed the directions exactly.

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