Anyone else have toddlers? If you do, you probably started singing the title of this post!
We've got a garbage disposal, which I love. I'm pretty good about cleaning our the sink most nights. I don't like to leave dirty dishes in the sink. I tend to run the dishwasher at night so everything can dry overnight and then put it all away in the morning. But every once in a while...
the garbage disposal stinks.
If you have been reading my blog, you know I like to make my own cleaners with non-toxic, every day things you've got in your home. The reason I started making my own was because of my girls. We've got two little girls who like to explore just about everything. They like to play in the kitchen and pretend to mix things together. Sometimes that pretending leads to opening, which leads to all kinds of interesting combinations!
Because I never want my girls to ingest, poison, or burn themselves with something toxic and harmful, I started using a lot of vinegar, baking soda and the like. So began my journey with essential oils. They definitely help take care of the vinegar smell, but so many also have fantastic cleaning properties: antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal...
So, what's a gal to do? Whip out the baking soda once more!
Rosemary Lemon Disposal Detox
Equal parts baking soda and lemon juice (fresh or concentrate)
1-2 drops Rosemary essential oil (or a few sprigs fresh)
I'm Tonia, a Midwesterner transplanted to Colorado. I'm a mom of two lovely littles, a yoga instructor, DIY-er, teacher, stay at home mom, and a doTERRA Wellness Advocate. I blog about a little bit of all of these and everything in between!
Are you looking for natural health options, but don't know where to start? Book a 1-on-1 appointment with me! We'll spend about 30 minutes getting to know your health goals and concerns, learn a bit about doTERRA, and go over the most commonly used oils that meet your needs. You don't have to buy anything, but if you see something you like, of course I can help you!