The Best Homemade Bathroom Cleaner perfect for showers, tubs and ovens

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Make your bathroom sparkle and save a pile of money while protecting your house and family from harmful chemicals when you make this simple and efficient homemade bathroom cleaner!

Homemade Bathroom Cleaner

Homemade miracle bathroom cleaner

I don’t know about you but I hate cleaning my bathroom! I really, really love cleaning and seeing my house sparkle but doing the bathroom is hard for me when the air becomes unbreathable from all those chemicals in the store bought cleaning products. This awesome homemade bathroom cleaner solved the problem in a snap!

This is the best homemade shower cleaner and is not only super easy and quick to make but is super efficient too! And it smells pretty great! Add your favorite essential oils and those bathroom cleaning sessions will become your favorite time of the day. A sparkling bathroom looks and feels so good, doesn’t it?

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Homemade Miracle Bathroom Cleaner

Please test your DIY bath cleaner first before using on delicate surfaces! This is powerful stuff, especially if you add some baking soda for those hard to clean spots! If your shower has a bad build-up of soap scum and crud it may take a time or two to get that shine.

This homemade bathroom cleaner, made from simple, natural ingredients, is worth its weight in gold! I even use it in the kitchen when I’m out of citrus vinegar cleaner (yup! I’m sloppy like that!)

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Recipe for bathroom cleaner

Homemade Miracle Bathroom Cleaner

Ingredients:

  • spray bottle
  • 2 oz. Dishwashing liquid
  • 4 oz. Lemon Juice
  • 8 oz. White Vinegar
  • 10 oz. Water
  • optional – 4 drops of your favorite essential oil (I used Frankincense)
  • optional – 2 tbsp baking soda, for stubborn spots

Directions:

  • Mix all ingredients in the spray bottle and gently shake, simple as that!
  • Now go put this amazing homemade miracle bathroom cleaner to work and make your house sparkle!

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Homemade bathroom cleaner

Make your bathroom sparkle and save a pile of money while protecting your house and family from harmful chemicals when you make this simple and efficient homemade bathroom cleaner!
Prep Time2 minutes
Active Time3 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Category: DIY
Region: International
Keyword: best homemade bathroom cleaner, diy bath cleaner, homemade bathroom cleaner
Yields: 1 bottle
Author: Petro

Materials

  • 4 tbsp Dishwashing liquid
  • 8 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 16 tbsp White Vinegar
  • 20 tbsp Water
  • optional - 4 drops of your favorite essential oil I used Frankincense
  • optional - 2 tbsp baking soda for extra hard spots

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients in the spray bottle and gently shake, simple as that!
  • Now go put this amazing homemade miracle bathroom cleaner to work and make your house sparkle!
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  1. Hi! How do you add the baking soda in? When I do that the mixture volcanoes! I’ve just been using without and sprinkling baking soda as I clean, but just curious :) thanks!

    1. Baking soda is optional in this recipe. If you do decide to use it, sprinkle on the dirty surface, spray, let it bubble for a couple of minutes than clean the area.

  2. Hi, I really enjoy your site, however, it is so difficult to read. It is too light and would work well in bold. I hope this can be changed so that I can continue to love your site. Thanks a bunch, Doris

  3. I DO KNOW THE DISH DETERGENT AND VINEGAR WORKS GREAT, BUT NEVER HEARD OF PUTTING LEMON JUICE OR ANY OTHER JUICE IN THE RECIPE.

    1. Hi Brenda. I’s the acidity in lemon juice that works as a disinfectant and is more powerful than vinegar because the level of acidity in lemons is higher than in vinegar. And together they make an awesome team!

    1. Thanks so much MaryEllen! And I’m sorry you find it hard to read :( Not sure but it may be your computer settings as on mine the font is pretty big. I’m on the Chrome browser and I use the 100% zoom which can be enlarged up to 500% (not than I ever needed it that big). Hope this will work for you too. Have a wonderful day! xoxo