How to use this Homemade shower cleaner
This is a shower cleaner that I prefer to make up as I need to clean the shower. When I’m using white vinegar I find the dish soap mixes with it much better if you heat up the vinegar in a microwave.
White vinegar has been a great natural cleaner for years. It’s perfect for cleaning windows, stainless steel, etc. If you would like to learn more about homemade cleaning products, check out this article I wrote a while ago.
Another ingredient you will use when making this homemade shower cleaner is dish soap. Any brand of dish soap that you have available will work. I’ve read many other blogs that mention Dawn dish soap. I currently have the Palmolive ultra oxy power dish soap here at my home and it has worked just as well on the soap scum and hard water stains.
Last but not least is 100% pure Essential oils. I use several different essential oils in my homemade cleaner. I like tea tree oil for its antibacterial properties and I also really like to add lemon essential oil to cover up some of the vinegar smell in the bathroom.
The best results I have found with this homemade shower cleaner is to let it sit on the shower door or shower tiles. With the dish soap mixed in the vinegar, it really sticks to the tiles and the door and goes to work on breaking up the scum and hard water stains. I spray a heavy layer of the shower cleaner on everything and I let it do all the hard work for about 1 hour. I then return with a hot washcloth and whip everything down and rinse the shower down.
What you will need to make your own homemade shower cleaner
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