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The power of DIY

My husband and I are having some unexpected company this evening. And I’m out of toilet bowl cleaner. Under normal circumstances, the two situations wouldn’t be mutually exclusive, but it’s been awhile since I’ve scrubbed said bowl and decided that this is a perfect excuse to do a Google search on “How to make your own toilet bowl cleaner.” Because that’s something that I’ve wanted to do … phase out commercial/conventional cleaners in favor of greener alternatives (that don’t cost an arm and a leg.)

Turns out I’m not the only person out there searching for green alternatives. Here are a couple links with green, household cleaning solutions.

PlanetGreen.com – olive oil, baking soda and some sort of scent

Eartheasy and Green Home Living – vinegar and baking soda (this is the route I’m going, FYI …)

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2 thoughts on “The power of DIY

  1. I think it worked fine … next time, I might put a little bit of lemon juice in there too (more for scent than anything else), but in the future – I’d use this over conventional cleaner any day … 🙂

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