Welcome to the Topic “Easy Green Bathroom Cleaning Tips”
This is one of the most critical domestic responsibilities. When it comes to the bathroom, one of your crucial cleaning objectives may be to keep germs under control, which is understandable. However, diligence and a decent level of care will keep your bathroom sanitary and sparkling without the need to resort to the heavy-handed approach of disinfectant applications.
The goal of disinfecting anything is to eliminate any bacteria present in it. The difficulty is that many of the disinfectant products are potentially harmful. We understand that you want to ensure that your toilets are clear of microorganisms; after all, some of them are known to be infectious. But don’t be alarmed. The fact is that germs and microorganisms may be found everywhere, and they will continue to exist whether or not you clear them out. You can toil and scrape all you want, but they will always return.
Fill a bag with white vinegar and set your showerhead inside. That’s all there is to it! Tie the bag around the showerhead, making sure that the solution covers the entire area that has to be cleaned. Leave the bag in place overnight, and your shower head will be sparkling clean in the morning. Remove the plastic bag, clean the showerhead to remove any residue, and you’re ready to use it for your morning shower!
Tubs and Shower Walls
Nonskid strips or appliques on your shower or tub floor can rapidly become discolored and are notoriously difficult to remove. To clean the appliques, dampen them and sprinkle baking soda directly on them before rinsing. To release the glue, you can remove the appliques by soaking each decal in vinegar for several minutes.
To remove mildew stains from the grout surrounding your tub or shower:
- Mix baking soda and water. The paste should be applied and then scrubbed with an old toothbrush until the discoloration has been removed.
- Keep in mind to thoroughly rinse the area.
- Maintain a bottle of Baking Soda Blast multipurpose cleanser in your bathroom so that it is ready to be used as needed.
Cleaning your shower curtain is as simple as pouring baking soda on a sponge and wiping it in. Make sure to rinse thoroughly. An old mildew stain on a curtain can be removed by vigorously rubbing it with baking soda and water paste. Shower curtains that need cleaning should be drawn and washed on the delicate/cold cycle of your washing machine with only vinegar and baking soda as the only detergent. A bath towel can be used to assist stir the filth away. Add another cup of vinegar to the last rinse cycle to help prevent mildew from reforming in the future.
It is feasible to maintain the bathroom smelling fresh without resorting to an aerosol solid air freshener in the bathroom. Simply storing baking soda in a lovely dish on the back of your toilet or a shelf will serve as a natural and continuous air freshener, and it will do the task. If you want a different smell, you might combine baking soda with a spice such as cinnamon. This mixture should be changed every three months.