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Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Toxic Dangers of Toilet Bowl Cleaners:

The most acutely dangerous cleaning products are corrosive, acidic toilet bowl cleaners, according to Philip Dickey of the Washington Toxics Coalition. Corrosive chemicals can cause severe burns on eyes, skin and, if ingested, on the throat and esophagus. Ingredients with high acute toxicity like bleach and ammonia, produce fumes that are highly irritating to eyes, nose, throat and lungs, and should not be used by people with asthma or lung or heart problems. Combining products that contain chlorine and ammonia or ammonia and lye pose an added threat because they can react with each other or other chemicals to form lung-damaging gases. Combining these chemicals produces chloramine gases. Chlorine combined with acids (commonly used in toilet bowl cleaners) forms toxic chlorine gas.

Lets stop creating toxic gases in our home!

Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner:



  • Mix the powder and acid in a bowl.
  • Mix liquid ingredients in a separate bowl.
  • Add the two mixes slowly.
  • Be careful not to dump the mixes together!
  • Put in plastic ice cube trays and let set.

This toilet bowl cleaner will fizz up, smell amazing and melt away the grime!

homemade toilet bombs

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Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner
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Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Stop creating Toxic chemical in your home! Make your own chemical free toilet bombs! Toilet Bowl Cleaner is a huge toxic danger, throw it out!
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5 thoughts on “Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner”

  • […] Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner – Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner April 5, 2016 at 4:38 pm Reply […]

  • Could you make these up ahead of time? If so, how do you store them? The recipe looks great; can’t wait to try!

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