This DIY Homemade No.2 Poo Spray is like store-bought Poo Pourri Toilet Spray, but customizable. Make your own DIY Poo Pourri with essential oils, glycerine and a couple of other household ingredients. Add this free printable label with simple instructions as to how to use it and you’re set! Speaking of free printables, you may also like this printable bathroom wall art if you’re looking to add inexpensive decor.
Homemade No.2 Poo Spray
Even though everybody does it, we all ignore that it happens, but…. everybody poops. That’s why it’s brilliant to have a bottle of this Homemade No.2 Poo Spray in your guest bathroom.
With the holidays coming up, you’re bound to have a house full of guests at some point. Heck, it doesn’t even need to be a household full, it could just be a couple of friends and believe me, you’ll be thankful you have this. We all want our homes to smell nice with no offensive odors coming from the bathroom.
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DIY Poo Pourri
It not only saves embarrassment for your guests if the need presents itself, but it also prevents embarrassing smelly smells wafting through your home that you’d be forced to ignore.
Why pay for it when you can make your own poo pourri toilet spray? Follow my easy step by step tutorial on how to make homemade poo pourri. Don’t forget your free label too!
We have 4 bathrooms. (I know! Who really needs 4?) We have the teen bathroom downstairs, our master bathroom, the upstairs guest bathroom, and our main floor powder room. Our powder room is the one that’s used the most during holiday gatherings. As if it’s not embarrassing enough to need to go No.2, the fan in that bathroom sounds like a jet engine, which of course alerts the entire household that you need the fan.
That’s when I thought I’d try to make my own “poo spray” to hide embarrassing odors.
How to Use Homemade Poo Pourri Toilet Spray
All you do is spray 3 or 4 times into the toilet bowl before you go. This creates a barrier film on top of the water and magically keeps the odor from escaping the bowl.
My new toilet spray will provide the perfect finishing touch to my bathrooms! I’ll be making my guests SO comfortable, they’ll forget any embarrassing thoughts that may occur.
How to Make DIY Poo Pourri Spray
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- essential oils in the scents you like.
- vegetable glycerine
- rubbing alcohol
- distilled water (I didn’t have distilled water, so I boiled water and let it cool)
- Glass measuring cup
- measuring spoons
Scroll for the printable recipe.
- Add essential oil drops and glycerine to your bottle. I created a scent with what I had. I used 3 different scents. Use my essential oil diffuser blends for different combinations.
- Add the rubbing alcohol.
- Add the distilled water.
Give a swirl to mix it before spraying and before using.
If you like my printable label, it’s yours to use. All you have to do is download it, print it and trim. You could tape it around your bottle, or use the Xyron machine that creates a sticker from any image.
Once you’re finished, just place it in your bathroom and you’re ready for the holidays!
- 4-5 oz. Spray Bottle Mister
- Essential Oils - I used 10 drops each of your choice.
- 1 tsp. Rubbing Alcohol
- 1 teaspoon Vegetable Glycerine
- 1/2 C distilled water - or more if needed. Just fill to the top.
- Add essential oils & glycerine to your bottle.
- You can use one scent or a blend of the ones you like. (Lemon, Bergemont, Ylang Ylang are nice too).
- Add the rubbing alcohol.
- Top it off with distilled water.
- Swirl it around to mix well.
- Apply the lid and label and you're ready to go.
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