Bathroom Spray

By Heather Steiner

There are six of us in my house, and 4 of them are of the male species.  It doesn’t really matter that I clean our bathroom every morning, because 10 minutes later, someone uses it, and it has that smell.  You know the one: one part potty training 2 year-old, one part teenage boys’ locker-room.

bathroom spray
Photo by Heather Steiner Photography

You can always cover it up with an air freshener, but frankly, I don’t like those smells much better, and in recent time, I’ve been hearing about how toxic those things really are.  So, I came up with my own solution using distilled water, witch hazel and Purification essential oil blend.

It was exactly what I was looking for.  I didn’t want to cover up the smells or even add a different one.  I wanted to neutralize the nasty smells.  And I added witch hazel, a mild astringent, simply because it evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave all the surfaces in my bathroom wet.

Bathroom Spray Ingredients List:

  • 2 oz dark glass spray bottle (dark glass is important to protect the essential oil)
  • equal parts:
    • distilled water
    • witch hazel
  • 6 drops Young Living Purification essential oil blend

Combine in glass spray bottle. Top with spray top and shake to combine before each use.

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