Toilet Fizzy Bombs

2 Materials
$1
1 Minute
Easy

I’m always trying to find ways to keep my house clean and smelling good, with minimal work. I’m not lazy by any means, but my unofficial motto in life is “work smarter, not harder”. I found a way to keep my toilet bowls cleaner and to combat those ugly yellow water stains. These toilet fizzy bombs work perfectly and are super simple to make.
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  • Tess
    Tess
    on Oct 24, 2017

    How come my toilet bomb does not sizzle?
    • Tess
      Tess
      on Oct 26, 2017

      Thanks, Kreative Life. I will try again decreasing the water I spray and will inform everyone of the result.
  • JaBro
    JaBro
    on Dec 12, 2017

    Would this work in the toilet tank, or would the suds be a proble?
    • Jewellmartin
      Jewellmartin
      on Nov 30, 2018

      Yes, they are great for the tank. It may take a couple of flushes for all the bubbles to go away, but they won’t hurt anything. At some point, cut off the water and do a most thorough cleaning of the tank, but the toilet bombs will help keep the tank clean for months at a time. Best wishes. ☺️

  • Elizabeth Staeheli
    Elizabeth Staeheli
    on Dec 20, 2018

    What about the "eraser?"

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  • Sally Alter
    Sally Alter
    on Feb 23, 2019

    Changed my mind. I just bought Lime Away toilet cleaner for $1 in Dollar Tree, and I now wonder why I did all that scrubbing? This stuff is not just a good cleaner, it is the only toilet cleaner as far as I am concerned. I can no longer see the black line that would not come off before. My toilet is now blemish free and gleaming.

    • Linda
      Linda
      on Jun 25, 2019

      I also used Lime Away to easily remove well water rust stains on house siding...worked great!

  • Sally Alter
    Sally Alter
    on Jun 26, 2019

    great

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