How to make your own bathroom cleaner

Conventional bathroom cleaners often contain harsh toxic chemicals.

Washing soda cleans hard surfaces such as walls, sinks, tiles and tubs, but it rusts aluminum.

To remove mould from a shower curtain, mix 2 tablespoons of tea tree oil with 2 cups of water, spritz on and leave for a least two hours.

Vinegar also kills mould.

Other green bathroom cleaner products to try are:

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  1. Amanda

    Try Norwex bathroom scrub cloth too. My customers tell me it works better and faster than Enjo (which is a great green cleaner but getting a bit outdated by new technology). It beats chemicals and cleaners hands down! Comes with a 2 year warranty, a 60 day money back satisfaction guarantee and is only $19.45. It’s also great in the kitchen, safe for teflon and really good on splashbacks, stovetops and benches.
    Check it out here: https://amandamicallef.norwexbiz.com.au
    Many other green cleaners there too- enzyme based and safe for septic systems, bio-cycle, waterways, plants, animals and you!

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