I was skeptical of the cleaning power of these toilet bombs but they actually work. I know because although I keep my toilets super clean, my kids are gross little monsters. My five year old forgets to flush the toilet after she uses it. I pretend that she is an environmentalist trying to conserve water (she's just forgetful in reality). Their toilet gets gross quick, like I have to clean it every few days kind of gross. Anyway, I can only get the toilet brush so deep in their toilet and from the right angle, you could see how nasty it was below where the brush could reach. Then I tried the toilet bombs and I was shocked to see that it cleaned it completely in the areas that were too hard to get to. I will forever buy these. I did try to repurpose the bag it came in and filled it with lavender, tied it off, and used it in my dryer. After a few uses the bag ended up breaking though. I would love to see this packaged in a brown paper bag instead. So happy to have this shop, I've been a shopper since it was bestowed essentials.
These are simple both in ingredients and in function! I just plop one in the task after I deep clean our toilets, and it gives a fresh cleansing rinse the next time it is flushed! I know you can use these as your main cleaner too, but I mainly use baking soda for that.
I took the cloth baggie these come in and cut the front and back designs/info off, and then using a minimal amount of my son's school glue around the edges (and a few spots in the middle) I glued them to a pasta sauce jar I had saved! That way I still have the lovely artwork and the instructions with the products, but I am able to store them in an air-tight jar as recommended.
SAVE THOSE JARS PEOPLE! They come in handy ;)
Finding a sustainable toilet bowl cleaner that actually gets the job done has been a bit of a long road. Thankfully I now know what product I will continue to use.