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    Default Homemade natural bathroom cleaners

    I cleaned the bathroom today - my most hated household chore - and once again the cleaners I used caused my asthma to flare up. So I'm looking for a more natural solution. Is anyone able to share what they use to clean their bathroom naturally? I'm in need of ideas for shower, grout, tile, basin and toilet cleaners - the full works! I have heard of using bicarb, vinegar, etc, but I'm not sure how these are used, quantities to mix, etc. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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    Gumption. Best stuff ever. My cleaning lady has enjo stuff, and we are both convinced that her enjo bath cleaner is just overpriced gumption

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    Oh, the toilet is the only thing I clean with chemicals. Bleach all the way in the loo. But everything else, a tiny smidge of gumption for bath and tiles, some microfiber cloths and a spray bottle half water/vinegar with a splash of eucalyptus oil.

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    Chux magic erasers are amazing!!! And the flushable cleaning wipes with harpic white and shine for the toilet 😊😊

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    Norwex !!!

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    Vinegar and baking soda

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    There is a book u can get that has how to use vinegar and baking soda for cleaning in all application

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    I agree gumption is a fantastic product.. especially great for cleaning tiles. I worked at a Caravan Park for many years and the cleaners made up their own 'spray & wipe' they used it for the toilets, showers, benches fridges everything.
    Eucalyptus oil, vinegar and water. It worked well and it smells nice and refreshing. Same reason as yourself a few of them suffered from allergies asthma etc. Can't remember quantities sorry.

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    I use 50/50 water and vinegar (white) for the shower and a paste of bicarb and water on grout if needed. Neither are "natural" so to speak (vinegar is a chemical after all- acetic acid ) but neither should bother your asthma

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    For the shower and bath I use 50/50 vinegar and dishwashing liquid in a dish wand.


 

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