Bath and Laundry · Natural Products

The Main Natural Cleaner I Use in My Bathroom

Hello everyone! I hope each of you is doing well!

Today’s post is nothing elaborate, because I’m going to share with you what cleaners I use in my bathroom, and that’s not a very long list, but I hope this will be helpful to you if you are looking for an effective, natural multipurpose cleaner that can be used on all sorts of things in the home.

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Okay, so the main product I use to clean my bathroom, meaning vanity, mirrors, toilet, and even to spray the bathtub, is a cleaner I have mentioned here before: On Guard Cleaning Concentrate, mixed with water, of course. All I do is mix the proper amount of concentrate with water in a spray bottle, and I use it all over my bathroom!

Now, the other day when I was cleaning the bathtub, I had sprayed it with my On Guard cleaner, but there were some stains that didn’t want to come off, so I sprinkled a little baking soda in the tub, scrubbed it again (with a scrub brush I got at Dollar Tree 😊) and that worked pretty for getting the stubborn spots off of the tub.

Now, I do sometimes use Dawn dish soap to clean the toilet bowl, so that’s technically not a “natural” product, but I wanted to list it here since it is something I use.

Anyway, I hope this was helpful to you, and if you don’t have any On Guard concentrate, you could just make your own cleaner using essential oils, instead, such as this one from Our Oily House.

I hope you all will have a wonderful day, and you are all staying well! Talk to you soon!

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