With the new year always comes the desire of a new start. This is is no different, although anyone can tell you this year is like no other. Since we’re spending a lot of our time at home, it’s important to keep our spaces comfortable (some DIYs come to mind…) but also sparkling clean.
So if you’re starting spring cleaning early like we are, you’ll be glad you have these natural bathroom cleaners at hand.
10 DIY Bathroom Cleaners
Give your bathroom a natural overhaul with these 10 green bathroom cleaners. With a few natural ingredients you can keep tubs, showers, toilets and mirrors (seriously, how does all that toothpaste end up there?) actually clean without inhaling toxic chemicals.
A daily spritz of this homemade shower spray will keep soap buildup and mildew at bay.
Homemade Shower Spray
Use this antibacterial soft scrub to clean tubs and sinks, while releasing no toxic chemicals into your home.
Homemade Soft Scrub
Hack your hand soap with this (almost too) easy method for making your own foaming hand wash. You’ll wonder why you ever bought new bottles of soap!
Foaming Hand Soap
Using essential oils, borax and vinegar, you deep clean your toilet bowl and skip the headache-inducing “spring breeze” artificial scents.
Toilet Cleaning Spray
You’re only four ingredients away from streak-free windows and mirrors.
DIY Natural Glass Cleaner
For extra scrubbing and scouring power (hello, tub rings!), mix up lemon juice, salt and baking soda.
Lemon + Salt Scour Scrub
Sorry, unless you want to clean your toilet with a dirty brush, you do have to disinfect this one occasionally. Luckily it’s super easy and only requires one ingredient: washing soda.
Forget plug-ins and chemical deodorizers. Customize your scent with an essential oil room spray that keeps your bathroom smelling fresh.
Natural Air Freshener
When mildew strikes, use this tough on scum but gentle on hands spray to get your shower sparkling again.
DIY Mold and Mildew Spray
Give the environment and your wallet a break by making your own all-natural reusable cleaning wipes. Make a simple disinfecting solution and dip cloths—even old t-shirt squares will work just fine—in as needed.
DIY natural disinfectant wipes
Finish you bathroom with some pretty plants and the entire room will finally spark joy!24
Love posts like this – we tend to be so focused on our health in terms of what food we put in our bodies and even what products we use on our skin and hair but we often overlook this thing with our cleaning products and tend to use really toxic chemicals esp. in places we spend lots of time in – like the kitchen and bathroom! These alternatives are great.
rae of love from berlin