The best homemade bathroom cleaner scientifically proven!
You are sure to agree that this is the easiest and best homemade bathroom cleaner around. You will want to take a look at the short video for the full instructions to this easy DIY idea. For this easy DIY idea you will need a spray bottle and some ingredients that you may already have in your cabinets. For this homemade cleaning product for your bathroom, you will need some borax, some liquid dish soap, stir the two together well. Then add some lemon infused white vinegar and stir. For the full tutorial for this homemade cleaning product, you will want to take a look at the site.
It goes to show that you don't need to use harsh chemicals to get your bathroom clean. Some of the best natural cleaning solutions are the ingredient in your kitchen cabinets. Ingredients like baking soda and white vinegar can be used on a variety of homemade cleaning products and DIY ideas. Other than the kitchen, the bathroom cleaning takes the most amount of time to clean since it has so many different surfaces and because it is used so often, it needs to be cleaned on a regular basis. Cleaning the bathroom is not usually the most popular of cleaning projects, so to make the job a little less painful you can try making yourself a checklist, so you stay on top of it. It's also good to have go-to natural cleaning solutions that you always have available. Bathroom mirrors can be cleaned with a 50/50 natural cleaning solution of white vinegar and water mixed in a spray bottle. Spray the homemade cleaning product onto the mirror and wipe with old rags from cut-up t-shirts or newspapers (paper towels leave a lot of residue with when cleaning windows and mirror). A 50/50 white vinegar/water solution will clean other areas in the bathroom to include tiles, bathroom counters, cabinet fronts and soap scum around the shower. Baking soda and water paste is a non-abrasive way to clean gunk in the shower and bathtub. And for bathroom grout, you can also use some baking soda sprinkled on the floor and then spray with some undiluted hydrogen peroxide and scrub with a gentle toothbrush.
For stained bathtubs and really tough dirt, try sprinkling on wth some baking soda and using a soft scrub brush. This homemade scouring powder works great, though it isn’t needed for regular bathroom cleaning. For bathroom wall tiles, painted door frames, and spots on the doors, you can use the 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water. And about once a week, sprinkle some baking soda around the inside of the toilet to coat, then dump about a cup of undiluted white vinegar into the water. Use your toilet brush to scrub, and the chemical reaction of the baking soda and the white vinegar will remove the stains and any lingering smells. This natural cleaning solution also works on the outside of the toilet to remove any lingering odors. For hard water stains around faucets and toilet bowls try using some toilet paper soaked in white vinegar and then placed on the affected areas, then scrub afterwards. If this natural cleaning solution doesn't work, you can try using a pumice stone soaked in a bit of water; you will be amazed at how well this natural cleaning solution works. You can purchase a pumice stone from your hardware store or online.
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