The Best Homemade All-Natural Bathroom Cleaner
Our tried-and-tested homemade bathroom cleaner is seriously good! Made using washing soda (soda ash or soda crystals) and our secret ingredient.
Washing soda can be made at home (see our guide on how to make washing soda at home) or you can buy it in your grocery store.
The common mistake in thinking spread by marketing companies is that you need a dedicated cleaner for everything you do in your home. We have proven, with a little bit of science, this to be untrue.
All three ingredients are eco-friendly, natural, and safe for the environment. It is easy to make a natural cleaner for cleaning everything in your bathroom. All for a fraction of the price and with far superior results.
So, ditch your toxic cleaners and make your own natural cleaners instead. This is our favourite hack for a toxic-free natural cleaner!
Instructions on how to make your all-natural, toxic-free bathroom cleaner.
Dissolve 50 g of washing soda with 200 ml boiling water.
Add 50 ml of rubbing alcohol to the mixture (the secret ingredient).
Add 10 drops of mint essential oil. It makes it your bathroom smell amazing.
Fill the spray bottle with 500 ml cold water.
Pour the mixture into the spray bottle.
Spray on the surface, let it sit for a minute or two, and wipe down with a microfiber towel.
Putting the Homemade Cleaner to the Test
Heavily soiled bath: Spray your bath surface, leave for 2 minutes, and wipe down with a microfiber towel. Magic erasers work well too. Rinse with clean water.
Dirty toilet: Spray your toilet, much like your bath, into the bowl and around the seat. Agitate it with the toilet brush, you should see the dirt lift and then flush. Wipe down the seat with your microfiber towel.
Cleaning taps: Spray liberally on your taps, leave for a couple of minutes and wipe down with a microfiber towel.
This amazing homemade cleaner easily cuts through the dirt with ease. Leaving your bathroom chemical free, clean, and smelling good.
Final Thoughts on Homemade Natural Cleaners
Change your toxic cleaners for homemade natural cleaners. A simple step to eliminate toxins lurking in your home. Learning how to make these amazing products are not only natural, but also super cheap.