A few years ago, I purchased an expensive vacuum cleaner bag for my husband that was designed to detox.

I had no idea it would be such a big hit.

Since then, we have used it in several home detoxes and have been delighted to report that we are very clean and smell free.

We have been using it as a home detoxification bag for over a year and have even seen it used for our own personal detox as well.

We also found that it can be used for the detoxing of children, as well as pets.

We love that we can use it for both home and pet detoxes, and even as a detox bag, it has become our go-to detoxing tool.

This article is a recipe for our very own Detox bag. 

In this article, I will show you how to make our very first batch of our very favorite detox bag.

If you are a new home detoxing person, please read our tutorial on how to start your own home detox. 

First, we will need to get our ingredients.

You can use the items listed on the package, but you can also buy the items individually.

The items I am using are: a large aluminum foil roll-up bag; a small aluminum foil rolled-up wrap; and a bottle of our favorite detox cleanser, detox oil, and detox food. 

The items are all inexpensive and can be easily found at any drugstore or online. 

Here is what you will need: 1 large foil roll up bag.

This is the largest one we will use. 

(I recommend this because it will make it easier to clean the bottom.) 

1 small roll up plastic wrap.

This one is only good for about two dozen items, so I will include one more. 

1-1/2 teaspoons of detox cleansers:  We will use our favorite detox cleaner, detox food, and the detox oil to detox the bottom of the detox bag, which is made of aluminum foil. 

If you are unfamiliar with the detox cleansing method, the idea is to pour your detox cleaner into the the bottom of a roll-top plastic wrap and then wrap around your clean body parts, like the toes of your shoes, feet, arms, and legs. 

For example, I would wrap around my legs and arms, then wrap the entire length of the roll-bottom wrap around the entire body. 

You may also use this method if you have been to a detox clinic or if you live in a place with a large detox facility. 

Use this method to detox clean the inside of the bottom. 

Next, the contents of the foil roll down bag: 2 cups of detox food (or a mixture of two to three of our favorite cleansers, as shown in the pictures above) (We are using our favorite Beverage Cleaner) 1 teaspoon of detox oil (or a mix of our Bulk Cleaner and Breath Cleaner as shown above) 1 teaspoon of the detox food in our detox food mixture (optional) A little bit of water The detox food will be used to help clean your breath and the inside and outside of the plastic wrap, and it is also used to soak up the detox ingredients into the plastic and keep them in a container in the bottom (or in a container in the bag) For more detoxing information, check out our detox guide! 

The next step is to clean out the bottom portion of the bag.

I use the plastic roll up wrap and put the contents inside. 

Now, for the end of the process! I put the contents inside the aluminum foil wrap and put it in the freezer for about one hour. 

After the time is up, I take the contents out of the freezer and wrap the wrap around and in front of the inside part of the box, then put the wrap back in the box. 

When the time comes, I pull out the contents from the box and put them inside the freezer again. 

I then put that box in the oven at 325 degrees for an hour, about four hours at a time, and then remove the foil. 

  The end result: The clean inside of our detox bag looks like a dirty mess. 

To clean it, I place the contents into a container, and take a few minutes to squeeze out the detox cleaner and then place it in a container. 

Finally, I remove the box from the oven, and place it on the countertop in the fridge. 

 Once the detox bag is done, I put it on a towel and let it dry. 

It is important to remove the lid as soon as you can. 

A few hours after this, you can remove the bag and take it home to clean it yourself. 

One last thing to remember: The detoxing process does take time. It