You know what’s more gross than doing your business in a dirty toilet? Having to clean that dirty toilet, especially when you know you weren’t the contributor of those skids in the bowl. Yikes. I also hate that red ring that forms in the can when it hasn’t been cleaned in a while. And do you know what that red ring is? Bacteria, you lazy slob, so clean that thing once in a while.
Can you imagine pulling your pants down, sitting your bare tush and getting SPLASH BACK with that red stuff? I rather not catch gangrene or whatever bacteria that is on my tender bits.
One option is using that intense chemical powder in that green tube (comet?), but it is so strong and heavy on the chemical scent, that one whiff, I can already feel the cells in my body mutating into something from I Am Legend.
Why am I so anti-this commercial cleaner? It’s just too strong. It has to clean the shittiest of the shitty (literally) so it is way more chemical power than you need for your day-to-day shits. You obviously wouldn’t eat it, so then why is it ok to be breathing in and exposing yourself to these kind of toxic chemicals? I’ll pass but do whatever you want.
So what’s the solution? Try this toilet bowl cleaning powder. It’s a lot less harsh but gets the job done to have a sparkling clean bowl. You could (almost) eat off it — ha! That would be sick…even if you could, just don’t. This isn’t two chicks, one bowl, so just invest in some plates, weirdo.
This toilet bowl cleaning powder is simple to make and won’t kill your pets or your white blood cells while using it.
Toilet Bowl Cleaning Powder
½ cup citric acid
½ cup baking soda
20 drops of antibacterial essential oil (peppermint, lemon, lavender, tea tree)
Add the ingredients together and put them in a container. I used lemon and peppermint in my mixture and put it in a spice shaker. If you do that, make sure you label it so you know what it is. Simply sprinkle the toilet bowl cleaning powder around the inside of the can. You don’t need an entire glob of it but a good sprinkle. Let it sit for a few moments and then use some good ole elbow grease and scrub that puppy.
Now the only poison going in is basically up to you…so enjoy pooping in your clean, fresh toilet!
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