It’s always been important to me to try and eliminate harsh chemicals in my home, after having breast cancer – it’s even more important to me now. In this tutorial I will show you my favorite way to clean bathrooms using basic products you have in your home.
Let’s Start with the Sinks
Sprinkle with baking soda, scrub it clean, and rinse.
Baking soda is a base that cuts through germs, grease & dirt.
Make a sink of dish soap (like Castile or Dawn) and hot water. Use a clean and new wash cloth, dip in the clean soapy water, and wipe off all our counters and table. The key to streak free counters is the clean wash cloth with the clean soapy water – works every time! This is safe for granite counters.
Pour your vinegar in the spray bottle. You can dilute it if you want, but don’t need to. The acidity in the vinegar will cut the germs, grease and what will be disinfecting your back splash.
Spray your back splash with the vinegar and wipe it down with a clean wash cloth (it’s important that it is clean or you will get streaks).
Showers & Tubs
Sprinkle baking soda in the base of your shower.
Using a damp sponge, scrub lightly, and then rinse completely
Spray your shower door with vinegar and scrub with a sponge.
Spray your tile, grout, and scrub. Rinse all completely.
Spray vinegar on your fiberglass tubs and tubs you can’t use abrasive cleaners on.
Spray your toilets with vinegar and … (if you want to see how to clean your toilet from top to bottom with hydrogen peroxide click here)
wipe with paper towels you can dispose of.
Spray well inside your toilet.
Your bathroom is clean and you used basic products! Way to go!
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