Use These 4 Ingredients To Spring Clean Your Entire Home: Part 2
In part 1 of this series we went over the only 4 ingredients you really need to deep clean your home from top to bottom. You can read that here along with some recipes to get you started on your kitchen!
In part 2, we're focusing on the bathroom. Probably the room most associated with chlorinated cleaners. I recently heard someone ask if anyone had read the back of a clorox wipes container and then pointed out that it says they are hazardous to humans and domestic animals, wear gloves when handling product, when used on surfaces that come in contact with food, potable water is required; and use enough wipes so that surface is visibly wet for 4 minuets! It's been ages since we have used them, but I honestly never remembered reading the back of it. I still had to check for myself and found a label online. Target had a pretty clear one.
So there you have it! Now try these easy, cheap, and SAFE ways to clean your bathroom. ;)
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
1 cup cooled boiled water 1/2 baking soda 2 tablespoons castille soap (or sal suds) 30 drops essential oils
Add baking soda, castille soap, and essential oils. Mix to combine then add to a bottle. Add water and shake to combine. Shake before each use.
1/2 cup vinegar 1 1/2 cup water 1 teaspoon Sal Suds 30 drops essential oils
Add all ingredients to a16 glass spray bottle. Shake and spray.
Demineralize Shower Head
2 cups vinegar
Add vinegar to a plastic bag and tie it around the shower head. Allow it to sit over night. Wipe it clean in the morning.
Tub & Tile Cleaner
1 cup vinegar
1 cup sal suds
30 drops essential oils
add vinegar, sal suds, and essential oils (we recommend lemon and tea tree for the shower) to a 16 oz glass spray bottle. Gently shake to combine. Spray over shower/ tub and sprinkle with baking soda. Using a brush scrub in a circular motion and rinse. viola! Squeaky clean!
Let us know in the comments which recipe you're going to try first!
HAPPY CLEANING! :)