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All Natural Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner Tablets

Toilet Bowl Cleaner Tablets

Are you one of those do-it-yourselfers? It seems to be the trend these days. After all, most homeowners want to save money and it’s much simpler (sometimes) and cheaper to make your very own household cleaners.

So if you’ve tried all the other toilet bowl cleaners like CLR, Lysol, Clorox or other homemade combinations with baking soda and vinegar or borax and vinegar then you will certainly want to give this toilet bowl cleaner a try.

These homemade toilet bowl cleaner tablets are inexpensive, easy to make and they work great. If you want a clean, sparkling and fresh toilet this DIY product is well worth the effort.

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Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner Tablets

Place 1 cup of baking soda in a bowl and make sure you smooth out any lumps. Add 1/2 cup of citric acid and mix your dry ingredients together well.

Combine 1-2 tablespoons and 1 teaspoon of vinegar together and slowly add it to your dry ingredients. Now stir in 5 drops of peppermint essential oils and 5 drops of lemon essential oils.

Next, scoop out tablespoon sizes of the mixture and place it into a plastic ice cube tray. Allow the ingredients to dry overnight and remove the peppermint and lemon tablets from the tray the next morning.

To use in your toilet bowl: Place 1 tablet inside your bowl and allow it to sit and fizz for 15-20 minutes. Give your bowl a little scrubbing with your toilet brush and flush your toilet.

These toilet tablets help eliminate odors while cleaning your toilet. There are many products on the market that do similar things but they can be very expensive and now you can make your own.

In addition to that, you don’t have to mess with all the chemicals and toxins that are in the commercial cleaners because these tablets are completely natural and they costs you virtually nothing to make.

Now when nature calls you’ve got a natural response.

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