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Today we will teach you how to make your bathroom always clean and smelling good. Do you want to know how?
You will learn how to make a natural toilet deodorizer to use in your bathroom.
The bad smells of the bathroom are something that bothers most households, right? This is a very common problem, so, normally, we see deodorizers that promise to keep the toilets clean and smelling good.
Do you use these deodorizers? If you like this alternative to sanitize your toilet, drains, and pipes; learn now how to make a natural toilet deodorizer.
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Write down the ingredients:
1 cup coconut laundry powder (or any other);
1 cup baking soda;
Juice of 3 lemons;
5 drops of your favorite essence (lavender is one of the most common essences for bathrooms);
Making it is easy!
Put the washing powder in a container, add the baking soda and the lemon juice and mix it until it turns into a paste. Add the essence and mix again.
After that, pour the mixture in silicone or ice trays. If you don’t have any trays, you can also shape balls by hand.
If you want, you can also shape it in a circle, just like the toilet deodorizers found in supermarkets – and put it inside a basket to hang inside your toilet. Now it is ready to use.
If you want to make a deep clean in the tubes, you can put the deodorizer directly inside the toilet, after cleaning it, so that it can clean the drains and tubes when you flush.
Remember to store the product away from the sun and heat. If your city is hot (above 86F), store the deodorizer in the fridge.
Keep in mind that these deodorizers must be always kept away from children and pets. In case of accidental ingestion, immediately seek medical care and take with you a sample of the product.
This is an easy, simple, and cheap recipe that you can make in just a few minutes. Do it and keep your bathroom always smelling good!
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