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DIY Poo-Pourri Spray (Toilet Spray) – Eliminate Odor

DIY Poo-Pourri spray

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A few months ago, my husband came home with a toilet bowl spray. The tiny bottle cost $7.99, which I thought was way too expensive for the amount.  However, it smelled AMAZING!  If you have a large family, then you know the bathroom is always in use.  The nasty smells can really start to take a toll on my nose.  I was so happy that there was something to almost completely eliminated those odors.

Eventually, we used the bottle up, but I didn’t see myself repurchasing it.  I mean $7.99 for such a tiny bottle was such a waste of money. I knew that I could easily make my own DIY Poo-Pourri spray.

What I love about making my own stuff is that I know what goes into it, I can customize DIY Poo-Pourri Spray to my wants, and it is much cheaper!  The last part is always a win for me because I love to save money where I can.

When I first made this recipe I used citrus scents (orange and lemon). However, when it came time to take the photos for this diy I couldn’t find my lemon essential oil bottle. I tried the peppermint oil in the recipe and it smelled great, however, I prefer the citrus scents. It smells less harsh to me.

DIY Poo-Pourri Spray

 

DIY Poo-Pourri spray

DIY Poo-Pourri spray

DIY Poo-Pourri spray

Supplies

Amber Glass Spray Bottle

Rubbing Alcohol

Choice Of Essential Oil Scents (don’t use your good essential oils, cheapy ones are okay)

Cute Labels 

Directions

Fill your bottle 3/4 the way up with water. Add about 2-3 drops of alcohol, then 15-20 drops of your favorite essential oils.

Shake before using, and spray 3-4 in your toilet before going to the bathroom.

I also use it as a bathroom refreshing spray as well.

 

This is DIY Poo-Pourri would make a great gift or stocking stuffer.

 

DIY Poo-Pourri

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