Today home adventurers you are going to learn how to make a simple yet powerful homemade toilet cleaner.
Now before we begin, let me tell you how this came to be and why I’m using more DIY home cleaners as possible.
I love to clean. I’m an odd creature and quite honestly cleaning tends to soothe me. Even when I’m upset cleaning is my escape.
A few months ago, my mom and I were taking apart the oven, and she was determined to get rid of these stubborn marks.
Of course, we used chemicals and let just say we ended up in the hospital due to the chemicals.
Now, I enjoy homemade cleaners, but I don’t tend always to use them. After what happened I have been using more DIY cleaners with less harmful chemicals.
This homemade toilet cleaner only has three ingredients, and it works for out toilet bowls. Of course, there are many other homemade toilet cleaners out there, and I do recommend you try and see what works for you.
But more about DIY bathroom cleaners later.
One important thing I want to mention that making DIY home cleaners can save you money and if you are like me then I do recommend them.
How to make 3-ingredient homemade toilet cleaner
To make this affordable 3 ingredients homemade toilet cleaner you are going to need the following:
- Baking soda
- Lemon juice
- Hydrogen peroxide
- An empty bottle
Once you gather all your supplies, it is time to start making this homemade toilet bowl recipe.
Step 1 – In a bowl mix well all ingredients.
Step 2 – Funnel the liquid into the empty bottle.
Step 3 – That’s it!
How to use DIY Toilet bowl cleaner
- To use this homemade toilet bowl cleaner spray the mixture and make sure it covers the toilet bowl well.
- Let it sit for about at least 5 minutes. I tend to let it sit for 10 minutes, but that’s just me!
- Use a toilet brush and scrub the toilet bowl until clean.
- Flush the toilet and ingredient
Now print the Homemade Toilet Cleaner
Homemade Toilet Cleaner
- 1/2 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide
- 1 cup lemon juice
To use this homemade toilet bowl cleaner spray the mixture and make sure it covers the toilet bowl well.
Let it sit for about at least 5 minutes. I tend to let it sit for 10 minutes, but that’s just me!
Use a toilet brush and scrub the toilet bowl until clean.
Flush the toilet.
Now, remember when I mentioned other DIY homemade toilet bowl cleaners? Well, here are some DIY toilet cleaners you might light to check out.
DIY Toilet Cleaner Recipes
Click the links to find amazing toilet cleaner recipes.
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