Homemade Shower Cleaners

Conventional shower cleaners are expensive. Aside from that, they also contain harsh ingredients that may be harmful to you. Why should you prefer to spend more money on shower cleaners when you can have it for less? You don’t have to go elsewhere for inexpensive shower cleaners. You can have it homemade. Homemade shower cleaners come in different varieties of ingredients.

Want to make some easy homemade shower cleaners at home?

Homemade shower cleaners:

In a spray bottle, combine together ¼ cup rinse agent, jet dry, 1 cup white vinegar and ½ tsp. dish washing liquid. Mix well and use this shower cleaner solution in a daily basis after every shower.

Tile and Grout cleaner:

Combine ½ cup baking soda, ¼ cup white vinegar, 1/3 cup ammonia, and 7 cups of water in a squirt bottle and shake well until all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed. Spray the solution on shower walls and on the tile floor in the entire bathroom and wipe it off using a damp sponge. Do not use this solution along with bleach.

This tip could be your secret weapon as you create your own homemade shower cleaners because this part of your bathroom is the place the accumulates the most bacteria.  Clean the tile frequently and you and your family will be safer.

Deodorizing homemade shower cleaner:

In a 32 oz. spray bottle, pour on ½ cup laundry detergent into ½ cup vinegar mixed with 3 cups water. Shake all ingredients well and mist on daily after every shower.

Vinegar and water spray to kill bacteria:

Mix equal proportion of vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray the water-vinegar solution directly into the bathroom walls, crevices, and cracks in your shower once daily to prevent the formation of mildew and to keep the shower clean always. This shower cleaning solution is also effective in breaking down soap scum and it also works as an antibacterial agent.

Once a week shower cleaner:

Into a bowl, pour 1 to 2 cups baking soda and a few drops of liquid dish washing detergent until the desired strength is met. This cleaner acts as a scrubber that breaks away dirt deposits and residues in the bathroom that bathroom spray cleaners can’t wash away. Apply a scrubber or a sponge on the cream and wipe it on your bathroom walls, bathroom doors and crevices.

Glass Shower Screen Cleaner:

Apply baking soda mixed with water and give it a good scrub then rinse it properly with water. After it is thoroughly rinsed off, spray a diluted apple cider vinegar and wipe it using a soft cloth. It is very effective and it leaves a nice scent as well.

Homemade Shower Cleaners with Rubbing Alcohol:

In a gallon jug, pour 3 cups rubbing alcohol, 1 tbsp. of dish washing liquid, and an automatic rinsing agent. Add 3 quarts of water to the gallon jug and shake it well to make all the ingredients mixed together. In a 24 ounce squirt bottle, pour in ½ cup hydrogen peroxide. Then add the rest of the cleaner mixture from the gallon jug into the squirt bottle. Then spray the mixture into the shower stall and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Wipe the surface with a sponge or scrub it using a scrubber to clean it. To make your shower stalls clean for a long period of time, always spray a light mist of hydrogen peroxide everyday after every shower use. There is no rinsing required.

Keeping up with household chores is very much important to maintain a healthy home. A large number of people nowadays have concerns regarding the results of using commercial home cleaners because of their toxic chemicals. Homemade shower cleaners made from natural products such as vinegar, baking soda, borax and hydrogen peroxide are great elements that you can use to produce your own cleaning products. It is very cost efficient, safe, biodegradable and most of all, they are very easy to acquire.

So as you can see making your own homemade shower cleaners is not that hard at all.  Just a few ingredients, mix them together, or use them separately, and wha-la your in business.  Now go out and do it!