DIY Poo Spray

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I never imagined I would ever have to mention the word "poo" on this blog but it will be necessary when discussing the poo (there it goes again) spray used for when nature calls.  If you ever have an egg salad blowout disaster in the bathroom no one will EVER know if you spray some No.2 spray before you go.

 DIY poo spray

DIY poo spray

It works so well because the essential oils create a physical barrier, trapping the stink below.  You don't even have to do a courtesy flush (saving you loads of water in the long-run).  The ingredients are only three- Vodka, distilled water and an essential oil blend making it a simple DIY project you can whip up in minutes. 

 
 Vodka, water, and essential oils for a diy scent-masking spray

Vodka, water, and essential oils for a diy scent-masking spray

 
 
 Essential oils

Essential oils

 

The original product is called Poo-Pourri, an interesting, maybe even appropriate name for such miracle of a spray.  Yet, it is made of essential oils (a patented blend) with other secret ingredients, stored in a elegant, appealing looking packaging.  It has nothing on my DIY abilities my friends, so you know when I found out about this I decided to make my own, that is as effective and soooo cheap too.

 
 Homemade poo spray

Homemade poo spray

 

The scent in this particular poo spray is fresh, clean and airy (is the sensation I felt when I used it) due to the peppermint.  It is also citrusy with the grapefruit and warm with the lavender.  I actually added 10 drops of peppermint oil and it almost smelled of just that.  So I recommend to begin with 2-5 drops for just a hint of minty freshness.  Add more if you wish.

 
DIY Poo Spray and free printable labels.  Poopurri diy
 

Deodorizing Poo Spray

Materials

  • 8 oz glass spray bottle (found here) (essential oils eat through plastic) 
  • 3 tbsp Vodka (Rubbing alcohol or Witch Hazel works too)
  • 1 cup Distilled Water (Use the purest water you can find. Helps with products longevity)
  • Essential oil blend (30 drops Grapefruit, 20 Lavender,  2-5 Peppermint)

Steps

  1. Pour vodka into 8 oz spray bottle
  2. Add essential oils
  3. Shake vigorously (before each use too)
  4. Pour distilled water & shake
  5. Label it 
  6. Spray about 3-4 spritz to your toilet bowl before you go

Click the "Download" button below to print your free labels!  Print on Avery Sticker Paper or thick heavy duty paper and simply stick your labels with double sided tape.

I could't help but share this hilarious campaign video made by PooPourri.  I like that it shows with diagrams how the product really works.  Your own DIY version will work exactly the same!