It’s that time of year…the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming… and unfortunately for us, the sun is shining on every spec of dust in the house. We have just spent some time focusing on the kitchen and its appliances, laundry, and living room! But now let’s move on to another room in the house that needs a lot of special time and attention when it comes to cleaning – the bathroom! Don’t worry, doTERRA’s got your back!
Do you know that you can clean your bathroom the natural way this Spring with just a few bottles of essential oils and some basic natural ingredients that are available in your pantry?
Clean your bathroom naturally with these recipes with essential oils.
¾ rounded cup of baking soda
¼ cup unscented castile soap
1 tbsp water
1 tbsp vinegar
5-10 drops Lemon oil
1. Combine baking soda and castile soap in a bowl
2. Add water and stir
3. Add vinegar and essential oil. The consistency should be a soft paste.
4. Store in an airtight container (this is enough for 2-4 applications)
Toilet Bowl Pods
As we ditch the toxic chemical cleaners, we will need a replacement for our toilets! Give these natural toilet cleaning pods a whirl.
1 cup baking soda
¼ cup citric acid
1 ½ tbsp unscented castile soap
15 drops Purify Cleansing Blend
1. Stir the baking soda and citric acid
2. Slowly stir in castile soap and Purify until the mixture resembles wet sand
3. Pack the mixture into a mold and let dry for at least 4 hours.
4. Once dry. Remove the pods and store them in an airtight container
5. To use, drop one in the toilet, wait until the pod starts bubbling and scrub!
After Shower Bathroom Spray
If you’re a person that likes to use the daily shower sprays, I think you’ll love this shower cleaner recipe… I LOVE it!
20 drops Tea Tree
15 drops Geranium
20 drops Lemon
2 cups white vinegar
Add all ingredients to a 16 oz. glass spray bottle. Fill the remainder with distilled water. Spray shower curtains, walls, and floor after a shower.
These DIY cleaning recipes are simple, easy to use and most importantly are chemical-free! Are you ready to try the natural way to keep your bathroom sparkling clean? What is your favorite DIY recipe?