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3 Natural Ways To Clean a Toilet

138 Views· 12/05/21
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There are several natural ingredients you can use to formulate a homemade toilet bowl cleaner. Also, making your own allows you the freedom to use whichever ingredients you feel are safest for your family. Here are some ingredients that are readily available and are very effective.

White Vinegar
You’re probably bored of hearing all the hype about how wonderful vinegar is for natural cleaning. Vinegar is a mild acid. It disinfects, eliminates odors, and is extremely safe.
Borax
Contrary to inaccurate information on some websites, borax is NOT the same thing as boric acid which is toxic. It’s only as toxic as regular table salt or baking soda, in very LARGE amounts. Borax is a great multi-purpose cleaner that whitens, deodorizes, and removes stains.
Lemon Juice or Citric Acid
Citric acid, also found in lemon juice, binds to minerals in the toilet bowl making them easier to eliminate. It helps diminish tough toilet stains left by hard water.
Essential Oils
Pure essential oils are some of the best secret weapons to use in DIY cleaners. Many of these plant-based oils boast antibacterial, antiviral, and even antifungal properties. Tea tree oil has been studied more than any other essential oil and has been found to kill most forms of bacteria when added to cleaners at a 0.5% – 1.0% concentration. Other essential oils that possess antibacterial properties, and are beneficial in bathroom cleaners are lavender, citrus oils, peppermint, rosemary, and eucalyptus, among others.
Baking Soda
Baking soda is wonderful as a homemade toilet bowl cleaner. Specifically, it scours and deodorizes a toilet bowl naturally. It’s worth noting that it doesn’t possess any germ-fighting benefits. However, it will help keep your bowl free of debris, stains, and those ugly rings.
If your looking for a homemade toilet cleaner, then here are 3 formulas which have different capabilities according to your needs
The Tea Tree Toilet Bowl Scrub
This deodorizing formula utilizes the antibacterial properties of tea tree oil to kill germs in your toilet bowl and on toilet surfaces. You will need
• Half a cup of baking soda
• 1 cup of distilled white vinegar
• Half a teaspoon of tea tree essential oil
Combine vinegar and essential oil in a small spray bottle. Spray the vinegar mixture inside the bowl, and also on the toilet seat, lid, and handle. Allow the cleaner to sit for several minutes. Sprinkle baking soda inside the toilet bowl and scrub the inside of the bowl with a toilet brush. Use a clean dry cloth to wipe the vinegar solution off the seat, lid, and handle.
The Heavy Duty Toilet Formula
This toilet bowl formula can take care of nasty rings in your bowl. It will leave the toilet sparkling and eliminates stale toilet odors. You will need
• 3 quarters of a cup of borax
• 1 cup of white vinegar
• 10 drops of lavender essential oil
• 5 drops of lemon essential oil
Combine all ingredients in a bowl or squirt bottle. Swish water around inside of the toilet bowl with a toilet brush, or simply flush to wet the inside of the bowl. Pour the entire mixture into the toilet bowl, and allow it to sit for several hours or overnight. Make sure family members do not use the toilet during this time. Scrub the bowl and flush the toilet to rinse.
The Lazy Day Toilet Scrub
For a no-fuss toilet cleaning solution, keep a spray bottle of vinegar and a shaker-top bottle of baking soda in your bathroom. When the toilet needs cleaning, spritz thoroughly with vinegar and allow it to sit for several minutes. The sprinkle baking soda inside the bowl, scrub the inside of the bowl, and flush the toilet. To clean the outside surfaces just spray with vinegar, let it stand for a few minutes, and then wipe clean.
Now you know how easy it is to make homemade toilet cleaner that works!
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