Natural Ways To Clean Your Bathroom And Go Green

We can’t deny the fact that there are numerous cleaning products which are effective and attractive. But, at the same time, there are also plenty of natural cleaning solutions which can be just as good, if not even better because of their green nature. For example, there are numerous natural ways in which you can clean your bathroom.

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Cut a lemon in half and use it to clean the hard water stains on your shower faucet. Actually, you can use the lemon to scrub stains from pretty much any other fixture. It can even remove rust stains.

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Clean the tub with white vinegar and baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda onto the tub and then spray vinegar all over it until it starts to foam. Then scrub the whole tub. When you’re done, rinse the foam away with hot water.

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Use the same combination to clean the sink. Sprinkle baking soda everywhere, spray vinegar over it and scrub. Rinse with hot water and make sure there aren’t any cloudy white stains left by the baking soda.

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When cleaning the toilet, first sprinkle the inside of the bowl with baking soda then spray it with vinegar. Let the foam work for a few minutes and then scrub with a toilet brush. Then spray the whole toilet with vinegar and wipe it clean.

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Combine 1 2/3 cup of baking soda with ½ cup of vegetable-based liquid soap, ½ cup of water and 2 tablespoons of vinegar. Shake and use this mixture to clean the tub and the tiles in the bathroom.

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Clean glass with a mixture of vinegar and warm water (¼ cup of vinegar and 1 cup of water). Put it in a spray bottle and use it to clean glass or mirrors with a dry cloth or a piece of newspaper.

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To clean the drain, you can pour half a cup of baking soda and then a cup of vinegar. Let it sit for 15 minutes and then rinse with hot water.

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Mix borax and hot water in a bucket and use this to clean the floors. Apply the mixture with a mop or a sponge. There’s no rinse to rinse the surface.

To remove mold or mildew, mix half a cup of borax and half a cup of vinegar. Make a paste and then scrub with a brush or a sponge. Rinse with water. If necessary, let the paste sit for an hour before rinsing.