Whether your toilet paper goes over or under is a personal preference. The same is true when it comes to which essential oil you choose to disinfect and scent your bathroom.
How to Scent a Toilet Paper Roll
Before putting your toilet paper in the holder, tilt it slightly and put 1-2 drops of essential oil inside the roll so it’s on the cardboard (not the toilet paper itself).
Nice Essential Oil Blends to Scent the Bathroom
A relaxing, calming blend loved by children and adults alike. Rich in the powerful antioxidant d-limonene, it supports the immune system and overall health* while bringing about a sense of well-being, creativity, and feelings of joy. It also works as an air purifier.
Can be used directly on the skin to cleanse and soothe insect bites, cuts, and scrapes. When diffused, it helps to purify and cleanse the air from environmental impurities including cigarette smoke and other disagreeable odors.
This blend was created based on research about four thieves in France who covered themselves with cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics while robbing plague victims. This proprietary essential oil blend was university tested for its cleansing abilities. It is highly effective in supporting the immune system and good health.*
How to Make a Bathroom Aromatic Spray
You could also easily make a spray that is kept handy in the bathroom to refresh the space or to disinfect surfaces, this is very easy to do with any of the essential oil blends listed above.
You will need:
- 4 oz. spray bottle
- 6-12 drops of your chosen YL Essential Oil (see choices above)
Fill spray bottle with water, add essential oil. Shake. Spray into air, or on surfaces.
Benefits of the Toilet Paper Being ‘Over’ or ‘Under’
Your toilet paper, do you prefer it to go ‘under’ or ‘over’? Which is best? That depends on your thinking, preference and how many little tinkering paws you have in your house. Here are some ways of looking at the eternal question and their advantages and disadvantages…
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