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3 in 1 : Bath, Toilet & Shower Bombs

Clean the air with natural fragrance -learn how to make 'bath bombs' that you can use in the toilet after a flush, in the bath for a soak or in the shower for a nice steamy sauna.


-   1/2 cup Bicarb Soda

-   1/4 cup Citric Acid

-   10-15 drops of Essential Oil

-   1-2 tablespoons of olive or cooking oil


-   Measuring cups

-   Bowl

-   Spoon

-   Ice cube tray


Approx. 12 bombs


1.  Add all the dry ingredients into a bowl & mix well.  

2.  Add the cooking oil & essential oils, make sure you spread it through using the back of a spoon as it will tend to form in a few spots.

3.  Add approx. 1 tablespoon of the mixture to each compartment in the ice cube tray & compress. 

4.  Let set hard, this can take a day or so depending on weather,  then pop out & store in an airtight container

FAQ's - great stuff to know!

My bombs were not fizzy enough?

Creating the reaction between Bicarb & Citric Acid can often be a bit finicky. The results can often vary depending on the climate & unfortunately you may not get the volcanic fizz you would expect. 

Are the other ways to release fragrance without making bombs?

An alternative is to simply scent the citric acid & add a teaspoon to the toilet after any nasties have been flushed.  

Can I use this in the bath or shower?

Yes you can - but another option is to scent Epsom Salts which is more therapeutic. 

Is this safe for septic tanks?

The ingredients are mild, safe & biodegradable which should not affect the bacteria in septic tanks like harsh chemicals can.


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