We let you know how to make your own natural bathroom cleaners

The  choice of “green” bathroom cleaners on the market is really big, but often it’s much more cheap and just as effective to make your own bathroom cleaner. You can easily keep your bathroom fresh and sparkling with just a few simple non-toxic and biodegradable ingredients.

 We suggest you that if you have a little extra time today, to take with you this shopping list, go to the store and make yourself a couple of eco-friendly cleaners to keep your bathroom or any other room perfectly clean.

The things you need:


  • Baking soda – cleans, deodorizes, scours
  • Borax – cleans, deodorizes, disinfects
  • Distilled white vinegar – cuts grease and soap scum, dissolves mineral deposits, inhibits mold, freshens; reportedly kills 99% of bacteria, 82% of mold, and 80% of viruses
  • Castile soap or vegetable oil-based liquid soap – cleans
  • Baking soda – cleans, deodorizes, scours
  • Essential oils – freshen, disinfect
  • Kosher salt – scours, disinfects
  • Borax – cleans, deodorizes, disinfects
  • Water

Tools or Equipment:

  • Spray bottles
  • Jars
  • Measuring cups and spoons


How to make yourself :

– toilet bowl cleaner:
Mix 1 cup vinegar with in the toilet. Let it sit for 15 minutes (or longer, if necessary), scrub, and flush.

– tile and tub cleaner:
In a spray bottle or a jar, combine 1 2/3 cup baking soda with 1/2 cup vegetable  liquid soap that is oil-based. Add 1/2 cup of water and 2 tablespoons of vinegar. Shake before using. Apply with a cloth or sponge and rinse well.

-drain cleaner:
Pour 1/2 cup baking soda into the drain and then add 1 cup of vinegar. Let it sit and fizzle for fifteen minutes, then wash with hot or boiling water. You may need to repeat the process or leave vinegar and baking soda  in overnight.

-glass cleaner:

Mix in a spray bottle 4 cups warm water and 1/4 cup vinegar. Use to clean glass or mirrors with a dry cloth or piece of newspaper.

-mildew or mold remover:
Mix 1/2 cup vinegar  with 1/2 cup borax and make a paste from it. Scrub it with a sponge or brush and wash with water. If you have tougher mold, let it sit for 1 hour before washing it with water.

-lime or calcium remover:
If you have calcium or lime deposits on a chrome faucet, soak a towel in vinegar and wrap it around the faucet. Leave it there for a couple of hours or overnight.

-floor sanitizer:
In a bucket, mix  2 gallons hot water with 1/2 cup of borax. Apply the mixture with a sponge or mop. It is not necessary to rinse after that.

– scouring powder:
Mix in a jar 1 cup kosher salt, 1 cup borax  and 1 cup baking sodaSprinkle from the mixture on the spot you want to clean, then wipe it with a sponge and wash.

-soap scum remover:

Put on baking soda, scrub with a  sponge or cloth, and wash. You can also clean it with kosher salt or vinegar.

Where we can find the necessary ingredients at the supermarket:

  • Vinegar- salad dressing section
  • Kosher salt- spice section
  • Baking soda-baking section
  • Borax- laundry section
  • Vegetable oil-based soaps- cleaning section
  • Essential oils- healthy food stores

Additional Tips:

You can add a few drops of essential oil for fragrance and cleaning power. Lemon, tea tree, thyme, eucalyptus, lavender, which are among the essential oils thought to be antibacterial and antiseptic. You can also use  a label or permanent marker so that to write recipes directly on jars and bottles for future reference.

We let you know how to make your own natural bathroom cleaners
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