These are the very best DIY doTERRA essential oil bathroom cleaner recipes. I am so excited to share these ways to clean natural, green and clean. That’s right! If you are into being green and using natural products, these recipes are just what you’ve been looking for.
All of these recipes are for ways to clean the bathroom the natural, green way. All of these recipes also use doTERRA essential oils. doTERRA essential oils are not only natural but they also smell really really good. You’ll find yourself using these recipes just because you want your kitchen and bathroom to smell good.
The bonus is that they will also be clean. You will fall in love with these bathroom cleaner recipe ideas. I have gone green and natural and I love my doTERRA recipes.
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Tub and Tile Cleaner
6 drops Melaleuca
6 drops Eucalyptus
1 cup white vinegar
4 tsp castile soap
Glass Spray Bottle
Combine ingredients in a glass spray bottle . Shake well and spray generously on tub and tile. Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes and wipe clean.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Melaleuca – Baking Soda – White Vinegar
You can clean your toilet with very inexpensive ingredients you have laying around the house. The fact that they’re green and natural is a big plus too, I think. This is a cleaner you would use for a deep clean about once a month. If you’re like me and use the toilet bombs the rest of the time. I use the toilet bombs about every other day.
Peppermint Toilet BombsSource
It’s really fun to make these toilet bombs. I’ve made them many times. The most fun is watching them fizz inside the toilet as soon as you drop them in. But I guess the best part is that they make it so you don’t have to deep clean your toilet near as often.
I have used them enough that I have a quick tip though. I put it in my toilet just before I go to bed so it doesn’t get flushed down before it cleans the toilet. It only works where the water is though so it’s really helpful to just use the toilet brush and swish it around either in the morning or after it’s dissolved to clean the whole inside of the toilet.
I actually only use the toilet bomb about every other day. It depends on how big you make them too. I’ve used ice cube trays. I’ve used little paper nut cups. I’ve just rolled them into balls with my hands and that worked great too. Just rolling them into balls is the method I prefer. It’s easier to get them to stick together which makes it faster. They may take longer to dry out but I don’t care since they’re just sitting somewhere while they dry and I don’t have to do anything to them.
Soft Scrub CleanserSource
This is a nice soft scrub cleaner for your bathroom sink, toilet and shower. It won’t scratch your bathroom fixtures, it will get them clean and it will save you some money and you’ll be cleaning green too. It’s a win win situation. I think you’ll love this essential oil bathroom cleaner.
With this powder cleanser you don’t have to scrub for hours on your hands and knees. Very little work is required with this cleaner. You just sprinkle some of it on whatever surface your are cleaning. You let it sit for 15-30 minutes then come back later and wipe everything clean.
Sounds easy doesn’t it? I haven’t tried this but I’d like to know if it works. Have you tried it? I’d think with the course salt in this you wouldn’t want to use it on anything that scratches easily. You can use an old parmesan cheese container with the holes in the lid. It makes a good inexpensive container.
You can put the mixture in through the large hold with a spoon or funnel and sprinkle it out the smaller holes. One of those large empty spice bottles would work too. They would be easier to get the mixture inside of the spice bottles too.
Citrus Air FreshenerSource
Natural Toilet-Cleaning PodsSource