Hate scrubbing that toilet? We've got the perfect solution for you

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Let's be honest, cleaning the toilet is the grossest chore in the house. We all hate it, and we all probably do it a whole lot less than we should. But what if cleaning the toilet didn't involve getting on your hands and knees to scrub it? That'd be ideal, right?
Well, that's where these nifty little toilet bombs come in. It's the same concept as a bath bomb, the mixture is going to foam up once it touches the water -- disinfecting and cleaning all the unmentionable corners you'd rather not touch.
The best thing is these are homemade and cost practically nothing to make. you can make a whole batch and it'll last you weeks. Plus, because they're so easy to use, you'll probably start cleaning your toilet weekly. Curious yet? Check out our simple video tutorial and check out the written instructions below!
1.5 cups baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
30 lemon essential oil drops
30 lavender essential oil drops
30 peppermint essential oil drops
1. Mix up your ingredients
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Take your baking soda and put it in a bowl, then dump your citric acid in on top. As you mix slowing pour in your essential oils and mix that all together well, too. Then you need to add a bit of water so it all sticks.
That's when you're going to transfer it to the ice cube tray to shape it, like this above. Make sure to press down on the mixture so it gets the nice shape of the tray and all the ingredients stick together.
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2. Let it sit overnight then store it
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Now you have to let the toilet bombs sit over night so they keep their mold. After that, they'll be sturdy enough to toss in a mason jar until you need them.
When you're ready to use one, simply place one of your homemade toilet bombs into the toilet bowl and let it work its magic. Then flush! Your toilet is going to be squeaky clean and smell great, too.
Additional tips
- Use your favorite essential oils. We also love combinations like lemon and eucalyptus or orange and rosemary
- If you want different scents, cut the recipe in half and do some with one combination of essential oils, and another with your other favorites
- Need to clean the tub? Fill it up with water and toss a couple of these in
- Works great for kitchen and bathroom sinks, too
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