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Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner

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I love this recipe for Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner. With only three ingredients it is easy to use and costs only pennies per serving. I used it and my toilets were shining.
Removing toxins from my home without using chemicals is important, so this non toxic homemade toilet bowl cleaner is a winner. For those of you who don't like the smell of vinegar the Melaleuca essential oil will not only mask the smell but will also serve as a sanitizer.
I highly recommend this do it yourself recipe for Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner. I just added the baking soda, Melaleuca or Tee-Tree Essential Oil and then the vinegar and let it soak for about 10 minutes. I followed up by scrubbing it with my toilet bowl brush.
1/2 - 3/4 cup baking soda
8 - 10 drops tea-tree or melaleuca essential oil
1/2 - 3/4 cup distilled white vinegar
Pour Baking Soda directly into the toilet boil add oil, then vinegar - in this order.
Add Essential Oil
Let sit for 10 minutes then scrub boil with brush.

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  • Louise
    Louise Norcross, GA

    I often see essential oil as an ingredient. Exactly what is this and where does one buy it? And what's the cost? Is it only for a nice scent?

    • Julie Yeary
      Julie Yeary Tipton, IN

      I do it different. I don't use the oil I put vinegar in let it set maybe half an hour. Then I add baking soda. I keep adding until it doesn't fizz. I might try the oil I have some. I bought mine on Amazon it seemed reasonable.

  • Kinsky
    Kinsky Los Angeles, CA

    AHOLEAMERICA...Vinegar and baking soda mixed make wonderful cleaning bubbles.....lol

  • IndianaBound
    IndianaBound Indiana, PA

    Vinegar by itself will dissolve the deposits left by hard water wherever they are - around faucets, toilet bowls, bathtubs, under flower pots etc. It needs time to dissolve the deposits so leave it on for a while. The amount of time depends on how

  • Dianne
    Dianne Atlanta, GA

    Louise, from what I've read the essential oils used in this instance is for fragrance only. There are times and types that do serve a purpose others than the fragrance. Google essential oils and the specific oil it will tell you. Hope this helps

  • Julie Goodnight Crites

    True essential oils can certainly be enjoyed for the smell alone but all of them, if a good quality, have many amazing benifits. I am a dōTERRA Wellness Advocate and am passionate about sharing what I know about these amazing oils. For more in depth

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