Natural bathroom cleaning tips and recipes {Guest post by Daisy Hargreaves}

We can all agree that the cleaning of the bathroom is among the toughest jobs. It’s not just because of the unpleasant smell, but also because of the grime that can appear pretty much anywhere. You can spend an entire day cleaning your bathroom and some stains and other pollution still might not disappear completely. In order to save time and efforts, you have to look not only for qualitative cleaning supplies, but also for special techniques that will allow you to disinfect promptly and effectively every inch of your bathroom. Making natural cleaning products yourself is a good option, which will also help you save some money along the way.

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Nowadays, a lot of people prefer to make their own cleaning products because this is the only way they can be sure that their homes are clean and also free from dangerous chemicals. This option also allows them to save a lot of money because most recipes for DIY cleaners usually require low-cost ingredients like white vinegar, baking soda and others. In this articles you will find precisely such recipes that you can use to provide your bathroom with long-lasting cleanness. With good organisation you will be able to finish with the disinfection of the place for a couple of hours.

Natural cleaner for the mirror – Seeing your bathroom mirror covered with stains from toothpaste, soap and other things is certainly very unpleasant. You can erase all previously mentioned things, along with the dust and the other grime from your mirror using a special mixture of vinegar, little dishwashing liquid and water. You can mix them in a spray bottle or directly use a cloth to apply the final product on your mirror. You can then make the surface dry again with another cloth.

Special mix for the tub and the sink –  Cleaning the tub and other problematic areas like the sink is hard sometimes. The regular usage leads to the appearing of stubborn stains and other grime which, however, you can easily remove with a homemade cleaning solution as well. For the purpose you will need a little baking soda, combined with liquid castille soap, white vinegar and tea tree oil. You can add lemon oil as well are saying from –City Cleaners SW4  When everything is done you can apply a small portion of the product on the surface of your tub and sink, and start scrubbing.

White vinegar for the shower – Forgetting to clean the hard water
deposits from your shower head could cause damages in the future. You can solve this problem by pouring white vinegar in a plastic bag and attaching it later to the head of your shower. You will have to leave it there at least for an hour, so that the white vinegar can dissolve all grime. Then you can scrub with a brush and rinse with water.

Effective toilet bowl cleaner –  Disinfecting your toilet regularly will save you a lot of problems in the future. Using toxic cleaning products is not a good idea because they could easily damage some parts of your toiler. That is why it’s best to use –natural cleaner which will kill the microbes and will erase all pollution. You can prepare such product by mixing a cup of vinegar with little borax and lavender essential oil. You will need approximately 10 drops of the latter and you can also add 5 drops of lemon essential oil.

The mildew could turn into a big problem, in case you don’t let the clean air in your bathroom. Make sure that you open a window or leave the fan on for at least an hour after you take a shower or do something else in your bathroom. This way you will prevent the appearing of mildew and you will be also able to maintain this room of your home always sparkling clean with the previously mentioned great recipes.

Guest Post
By:

Daisy Hargreaves
City Cleaners

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Comments

  • Roy Miller
    March 28, 2016 at 10:05 PM

    Ashley, no one likes to talk about cleaning the bathroom! You are right about people making their own natural cleaning products. They are good for the consumer as well as the environment.

  • Rachel Kaly
    March 28, 2016 at 10:17 PM

    I love using homemade natural cleaners too! Thanks for the new ideas! I would say I’m looking forward to trying them, but who really looks forward to cleaning? Haha Thanks for the post!!

    • Ashley Brown
      March 29, 2016 at 8:13 AM

      That’s true. No one really wants to clean.

  • Clare Speer
    March 29, 2016 at 5:19 PM

    Great tips on cleaning the bathroom – I always read vinegar works miracles – and so much cheaper, too!

    • Ashley Brown
      March 29, 2016 at 5:25 PM

      I use it for everything, the only downfall is the smell but it is short lived.

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