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Recipe: Grapefruit DIY Cleaning Toilet Frizzles

The toilet Frizzles is among one of the first DIY cleaning recipes I found that really has nothing to envy to big companies products! I did mess up the first time I made it and will tell you all about it so you don’t have to go through the same mistakes.

The toilet frizzles are a great solution to easily clean your toilets without massive amount of chemicals. Enough said, let’s get started:

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of baking soda
  • 2/3 cup of citric acid
  • 30 drops of essential oil (I usually use lemon or grapefruit oil – really love it)
  • Misting spray bottle with warm water

Preparation:

Start by mixing the baking soda and the citric acid in a glass bowl.

Slowly mist dry powder with water, mixing as you go. Barely wet the powder  to get it to stick together in the mold. Literally, 1 or 2 sprays will be enough. If you feel the need to spray more, go for it, but don’t other use! Add essential oils. Put the mixture in a silicon mold. Dry other night if the mixture is still powder, then leave it in the mold. in a sealed container. The first time I did it, I assumed the sticking didn’t work and put the powder in a jar (that I love) and when I went to use it again the following week, the whole powder had finally got to stick, leaving me to use a stick overtime I use the powder to break the gigantic cube formed in the jar :-/ Don’t Do That.

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