DIY Young Living Essential Oil Cleaning Fizzies

DIY Young Living Essential Oil Cleaning Fizzies

What are cleaning fizzies? Think of them as your cleaning sidekick. They can tackle the toilet bowl for you or help you knock out that sink full of dirty pots and pans. Best sidekick ever! Homemade cleaning fizzies are easy to make and even easier to use.

Here is what you will need:
1 cup baking soda
½ cup citric acid
½ cup cornstarch
4 teaspoons water
40 drops Lemon essential oil or Thieves or Citrus Fresh essential oil blends
3 teaspoons V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex
Ice cube tray or candy mold

Instructions:
Step 1) In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients and mix evenly.
Step 2) In a separate bowl, combine water, essential oils or blends, and V-6.
Step 3) Pour liquids into the large bowl and mix together until combined.
Step 4) Use mixture to fill ice cube tray or candy mold about three fourths full. If mixture expands and spills over mold, gently repack into the mold.
Step 5) Let sit overnight to dry in room temperature area. When dry, pop tablets out and store in a glass jar.

To Use:
When needed, put a tablet in the toilet bowl, hard-to-clean bottles, or sink full of dishes to help clean and deodorize. Let sit in bowl, bottle, or sink for 20–30 minutes to fizz and dissolve. Once dissolved, flush or rinse out.

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