There is nothing more satisfying than mixing up your own DIY bathroom cleaner. Not only are you saving money on a commercial product, but it is easier in every way!
No driving to a shop, no endless research for the right product, and no worries about the price!
The best DIY bathroom cleaners can be made right in your kitchen with simple, easy-to-use ingredients. No need to mess about with rubber gloves and masks here. You’d be more likely to harm yourself with a set of safety scissors.
First Things First
The first thing that you should always do when trying to clean stains in your bathroom, is to start with the easiest solution. Hot water, soap, and a bit of a rub will often work wonders for many stains and removing dirt.
You don’t always need to go straight to commercial products or bleach; water can solve all your problems if used correctly.
Blocked drains, toothpaste stains, and dried mud can all be taken care of with some hot water and a quick clean.
I recommend always starting with this step. It will save you a lot of trouble later on down the line. Plus, water is one of the best cleaning agents around!
For tougher stains, however, you’ll need something a bit different.
The DIY Bathroom Cleaner Mixture
This mixture will cut through soap scum, hard water stains, and growing mildew and mold with ease. In fact, I can’t think of a single stain on which you shouldn’t give this mixture a try!
What you’ll need:
- Baking Soda
- White Vinegar
This simple and easy-to-make mixture will make a huge impact on any cleaning you have to do in your house. It will save you time, effort, and money—what more could you hope for from a DIY bathroom cleaner?
Here are the steps to follow if you want to make this mixture:
- Mix 1 ⅔ cup of baking soda with 1 half cup of soap.
- Make sure to dilute this with water; you’ll need it to be a liquid.
- Add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar, and stir.
- Stir until well-mixed, and put into a spray bottle.
You can use this mixture on almost any stain and be very happy with the result.
If you’d like to look more into the science behind this type of mixture, this is where you can take a look.
I’ve always been a big fan of baking soda and vinegar mixtures here on the site (as I’m sure you know if you’ve read any of my other articles). It really is the easiest solution to any cleaning problem you might have.
The mixture does leave behind a saltwater residue, so you should clean up with hot water when you have finished.
Baking Soda and Vinegar mixtures are some of the best DIY bathroom cleaners you’ll ever use. I hope you’ve found the above directions helpful in keeping your bathroom clean.
Thank you for reading.