The Basics to Natural Bathroom Cleaning

How to Clean and Disinfect Your Bathroom Naturally

A bathroom is where you get clean, whether you’re a diehard bath person or a regular shower user, so it makes sense that this room should be a clean place, doesn’t it? Unfortunately conventional bathroom cleaners can contain a whole host of chemicals that are bad for you and for the planet, including: ammonia, 1,4-dioxane, methanol (known as methyl alcohol), hydrochloric acid (chlorine bleach), sodium hydroxide (lye or caustic soda), monoethanolamine (MEA), as well as ammonium quaternary compounds. So if you want to clean-up in a clean bathroom, follow our environmentally friendly bathroom cleaning tips and tricks from homemade bathroom cleaners to which natural cleaners we recommend you purchase. 

 

Disinfect and clean with natural homemade bathroom cleaners

Bathrooms may seem like the dirtiest places in the home, but believe it or not, there are many natural kitchen ingredients you can use to clean and disinfect every surface without the toxins found in regular store brand bathroom cleaners. Here are our recommendations for creating home remedies for a greener bathroom:

 

Seek out natural bathroom cleaners

If you don’t relish the idea of mixing and stirring up your own natural homemade bathroom cleaners, then go for off the shelf options that are made without scary chemicals found in conventional cleaning products:

Green Seal certifies eco-friendly products including some that may work in the bathroom. And don’t forget to consider the animals by opting for vegan products that haven’t been tested on animals - looking for the Leaping Bunny Logo or the Certified Vegan Logo to be sure that you’ve got a cruelty-free product.






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