If you’ve ever heard of bath bombs you’re going to be familiar with these fizz bombs. These DIY Toilet Fizz Bombs contain all the ingredients you need to give your toilet a quick refresh.
These DIY Toilet Fizz Bombs are so easy to make and work wonderfully in the bathrooms. Use as often as you wish by dropping one Fizz Bomb into the toilet and watch the fizzing action go to work. I filled my DIY Toilet Fizz Bombs with my favorite Lemon extract. Everytime I use these my entire bathroom smells of lemons and it smells amazing. These are so simple to use, you can even allow the older kids to help out.
DIY Toilet Fizz Bombs
What you need:
- 1/4 cup citric acid (Purchase here)
- 1 cup baking soda (Purchase here)
- Distilled White Vinegar
- 15 drops Lemon Extract
- Mini Muffin Pan (purchase here)
Grab a medium sized mixing bowl and pour in your baking soda and citric acid and stir together with a fork. Grab your bottle of vinegar and add a little drop of vinegar to your powder mixture and stir quickly. You don’t want the vinegar to activate the baking soda as that will ruin your project. Add a little bit more vinegar and stir again. I did this a total of 3 times. You want to continue to stir your mixture until it all comes together like wet sand. Once you have the perfect consistency add in your drops of essential oil in your scent of choice. Give it a quick stir. Now grab your mini muffin pan and using a spoon, spoon in your mixture and press down firmly. You want to make sure your DIY Toilet Fizz Bombs are packed nice and tight. Allow to sit for a few minutes. Now lay out a piece of parchment paper and flip your pan over. Tap the bottom of each pan with your spoon to release the Fizz Bombs. Allow them to dry for about 1 hour before storing them in an airtight container! I popped one in the toilet as soon as I popped them out of the pan and they work amazing!
If you love these you’re going to Love making these Homemade Lemon Garbage Disposal Tablets that will have your garbage disposal smelling fresh and full of lemons.
Also check out this Homemade Gardener’s Soap from Brittanie over at Simplistically Living.