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    • Sharon Scott

      HOMEMADE TOILET BOWL CLEANER: -3/4 cup baking soda -3/4 cup white vinegar -10 drops of tea tree oil -10 drops of lavender essential oils Directions: Combine baking soda and essential oils in a mixing bowl. When ready to clean toilet bowl add vinegar and pour mixture into the toilet. Then scrub with toilet brush. This is a single use recipe. There is no method of storage due to the fizzing action.

    • Veronica Erwin Forney

      Homemade Toilet Cleaner

    • Honeybee52000

      Tea Tree Toilet Bowl Cleaner: Pour in 1/2 cup of baking soda and 10 drops of tea tree oil into the toilet bowl. Get the toilet brush ready and add 1/4 cup of vinegar to the bowl. As it fizzes, scrub the toilet. (10 drops is ALOT... may have to tone that down a bit)

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