7 Natural Cleaning Products for Your Bathroom

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These are on sale at most supermarkets or can be made using everyday household items in the cupboard.

Here are a few suggestions that will help you clean in a more natural and healthier way.

Cleaning brands

Method

The method has a lot to offer it has a great design, a lovely aroma and it’s made from natural non-toxic ingredients. Method offer cleaning products for every room in the house and they even sell hand wash. For the bathroom, we recommend starting with the Bathroom Cleaner. Once you are happy with the results, you can move onto the more specific cleaning products.

Recover

Another brand that offers a natural alternative to bathroom cleaning is Recover. Using biodegradable plant-based ingredients recover's range is perfect for anyone wanting to avoid chemicals and still get great cleaning results.

Dr Bronner's Sal Suds

An all-purpose product that has been around since 1948 and can clean almost anything. Use it for the bathroom, cleaning dishes and even your laundry. Made using a plant-based formula it works with hot or cold water whilst being gentle on skin.

LoofCo

If you're looking to convert to natural cleaning products, we recommend you also invest in natural sponges and brushes. LoofCo offers biodegradable and recyclable options, all made with naturally occurring plant fibres - Loofah and Coconut. These are long-lasting and when they do need replacing you can simply put the old one on a compost heap.

Homemade cleaning solutions

White Vinegar & Water

A white vinegar and water mixture is a fantastic home-made cleaning product. It is suitable for a range of surfaces meaning you don't need to store loads of different products.

White vinegar is a natural disinfectant and stain remover, this cleaning the bathroom floor and wall tiles very easy. A 50/50 mixture of vinegar and warm water will also leave you with sparkling mirrors and taps.

Baking Soda

Baking Soda has so many cleaning uses across the home. For the bathroom try mixing it with a small amount of water to clean your tile grout and sealant. Leave the mixture on the dirty tiles for a few minutes then remove with a wet sponge. This method will make your bathroom gleam.

Lemon Juice

Using the juice of lemon is nice spelling tactic for dealing with dirty surfaces and tiles. The lemon's acidity will cut through grime and leave you with a clean bathroom that doesn't smell of harsh chemicals.

Maintaining a clean bathroom is important for the health of your family and keeping your bathroom in good working order.  Natural cleaning products are a great way to ensure you don't spread chemicals around the bathroom, as these chemicals could damage the fixtures and fittings.

There are plenty more product options available, and at Premier Care we recommend researching each option to be sure it meets the needs of your bathroom.