How to Make Toilet Fizzies

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After making my homemade toilet bowl cleaner, I decided I would try making toilet fizzies. I had to get some molds and citric acid. I already had the essential oils and the baking soda.

How to Make Toilet Fizzies

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I used silicone candy molds to make the toilet fizzies. The silicone molds make it easy to remove the fizzies when they are dried.

How to make Toilet Fizzies

A fine mist bottle is very important for these fizzies to work. You do not want to get your baking soda and citric acid mixture too wet too fast. If you do, the reaction will start and they will not work when you drop them in the toilet bowl.


  • 1 1/3 cup of Baking Soda
  • 1/2 cup of Citric Acid
  • 30 drops of Lavender Essential Oil
  • 30 drops of Lemon Essential Oil
  • 30 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil
  • Water as needed
Citric Acid

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  1. Fill your fine mist bottle with your essential oils and set it aside.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the baking soda and the citric acid. Some people like to use a mask when doing this. If you do not have a mask, you can make one like I did using a towel and a clothespin. I just covered my nose and mouth and pinned it behind my head. Then your husband may ask you if you are going to rob a train. HA!
  3. Grab your spray bottle and start to mist the powder mixture. Don’t spray it all at once. Make a few spritzes then whisk the mixture. You know you have sprayed too much if the mixture starts to fizz.
  4. If you run out of the oil mixture and your isn’t wet enough to press into the molds, fill your spray bottle with some water. You will want the mixture to be wet enough that it will stick together.
  5. Once the mixture is ready, press it into the molds. You will want to make sure it is packed pretty good.
  6. Allow the fizzies to dry in the molds for several hours. I waited about 6 hours to pop mine out of the molds.

When they are dried you need to store them in an airtight container. Especially if you are going to store them in the bathroom. The steam from a shower could cause them to activate. I used a glass jar with a screw on lid and used chalkboard labels.


Drop 2-3 fizzies (depending on how big your fizzies are) into your toilet bowl and scrub. You have a clean toilet and your bathroom will smell wonderful.

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  1. I love this idea. I’ve been wanting to make some of these and you have inspired me. Pinning!

  2. This sounds like something fun to use to clean the toilet. I wonder if the fizzies will motivate my teens to clean the toilet more? LOL.

  3. Such a great idea. I’m always looking for more natural ways to make the bathroom smell and actually be cleaner. These are perfect. Thanks for sharing. I’m in the Midwest too, by the way.

  4. I’m always on the lookout for new essential oil uses. These look great – can’t wait to try them!

  5. AT first, the name threw me for a loop! They look so pretty!
    Here from Monday Madness

  6. What a great idea. I would like to try making this.

  7. DeeDee Sweet Segal says:

    What great idea’s..I’m all for natural cleaning products!! Thanks for this one!!

  8. I saw this on your Twitter feed…what a great idea! Am also going to check out your other homemade cleaning ideas. Thanks!

  9. Hello I made these and they kept growing over the mold. Like rising yeast rolls. What did I do wrong

    1. I wonder if you had too much water and it was causing it to fizz a bit. I have not had them rise on me before.

  10. Maria Johnson says:

    Did you make it?
    I tried to make but failed to make them as good looking as Devon’s.

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