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Making Poo Shoo Spray

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Neutralizing and reducing the odor of a toilet can make your bathroom visit a better experience. This is a guide about making poo shoo spray.


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October 6, 2015

Don't destroy the ozone, don't irritate your lungs. And don't be embarrassed to answer nature's call away from home! :) This is easy to make and easy to use. Spray onto water in the toilet 6 times before assuming the throne. Odors will be neutralized. Make a tiny one to keep in your purse with you. Shoo those poo odors away!

Total Time: A few minutes

Yield: About 1 cup

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  • 1 cup, minus 2 tablespoons water
  • 2 tsp rubbing alcohol
  • 2 tsp glycerin
  • 15 drops lemongrass oil
  • 15 drops bergamot oil
  • 15 drops peppermint oil
  • measuring cup
  • funnel
  • empty spray bottles


  1. Add water to a large measuring cup. Just fill a cup and remember to remove 2 tablespoons.
  2. Add your alcohol.
  3. Add your glycerin.
  4. Add your lemongrass.
  5. Add your bergamot.
  6. Add your peppermint.
  7. Stir well.
  8. Pour into spray bottles.
  9. Label and spray into the toilet water 6 times before using the bathroom. This smells really good!
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October 6, 20150 found this helpful

I read the reviews of this spray on Amazon. While it got excellent reviews, a plumber posted that continual use of this product will clog up the toilet because of the oil content.


You have to choose the lesser of the two evils, an offensive odor or a plumbing disaster.

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October 20, 20150 found this helpful

I was thinking about the plumber's cautionary statement, and it seems to me that these oils, being natural and/or organic, are probably biodegradable and would not clog up the toilet or the sewage pipes. There's only a tiny amount of oil in each spritz, and it's all being flushed away.
As for air freshener, use only potpourri or natural ones, as the commercial ones are full of toxic chemicals. Some even create a very fine mist of oil, and you don't want to be breathing that! They are especially dangerous for children, pets, the elderly and anyone with respiratory problems.

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