Homemade Bathroom Cleaner Spray
Spray the daily shower spray on your shower walls and surfaces after showering. No rinsing or elbow grease required. This makes about 14 1/2 cups of cleaner. Adding essential oils, like lemon oil, which is said to have disinfecting properties, helps hide the vinegar smell.
Ingredients for a Homemade Shower Cleaner I chose to use white vinegar as the base of the spray because it works wonders as a natural cleaner. Check out this post on other ways to use white vinegar for cleaning .
Rubbing alcohol, also known as isopropyl alcohol, is considered an antiseptic and sold as such in grocery stores. Rubbing alcohol is used in homemade cleaners to kill germs. Rubbing alcohol will be used in the floor cleaner spray to speed up the drying time (no Slip 'N Slide this time).
Instructions Pour the water and vinegar into the spray bottle. Add the baking soda and shake the bottle to combine all the ingredients. You can add the juice of 1/2 lemon or some drops of essential oils for fragrance if you want.
vinegar : Vinegar is a great natural cleaner for the bathroom! It fights mold and mildew. It eliminates odors. It's so acidic it dissolves soap scum, removes hard water spots, cut through dirt and grease.
Thankfully, my Homemade Scum Buster Bar is a lifesaver-and it takes a lot of the elbow grease out of the shower cleaning process. The problem is that you need to actually use it in order for it to work, and I'll admit that I don't pull it out of the cabinet as frequently as I should.