Cleaning Your Bathroom Without Chemicals

Ensuring the hygiene of your bathrooms is an inevitable chore, which needs your attention. And by paying attention to bathroom hygiene, we don’t just mean cleaning it regularly and thoroughly. There’s a lot more to it. How you clean it, and most importantly, what you use to clean your bathroom, plays a massive role in guaranteeing hygiene. There are many different kinds of cleaning products available today, but all of them contain high chemical concentrations.

This makes the product a little too harsh sometimes, which may not suit some people, while some may just not prefer using such products. And if you are one of them, you would already know the struggle of finding chemical-free cleaning products for your bathroom. So, to help you through this conflict here’s the ultimate guide to cleaning your bathroom without chemical-heavy products. Let’s get started!

How Does It Matter?

You may wonder whether cleaning the bathrooms with chemical or non-chemical products makes a difference or not. The short answer to this would be yes; minor differences can lead to massive consequences in the future. 

To begin with, the most significant benefit of avoiding chemical concentrated cleaning products is that your bathroom won’t be exposed to toxic substances. This makes the space safer for children and pets, who tend to be sensitive to toxic, chemical substances. In addition to that, using homemade, non-chemical cleaning agents also proves environmentally friendly, as you won’t be contributing to chemical waste runoff in any way.

That being said, let’s look at some bathroom cleaning agents with zero chemicals. 

Soap And Water

This may sound a tad bit old school, but know that old methods always did the job right. As a result of advanced formulas being introduced in the cleaning world, most of us were bound to believe that we needed full-fledged bathroom cleaners to maintain the bathroom’s hygiene. In the course of this, we forgot about the good, old combination of soap and water. It might interest you that you can clean several parts of the bathroom such as the countertop, sink and shower by just using a general soap. 

White Vinegar And Baking Soda

This is what we like to call the power couple. Both- vinegar and baking soda are naturally designed cleaning agents, powerful enough to get rid of dirt, stains and even remove soap. All you need to do is form a solution by mixing 3-4 cups of water, half a cup of vinegar, and half a cup of baking soda. Pour this solution into the spray bottle, and use it for cleaning the toilet bowl, sink, shower doors, and toilet seat. If the solution’s acidity seems too high, you can dilute it by adding more water. 

Baking Soda And Dish Soap Paste

Baking soda is a highly versatile player when it comes to cleaning, as it can be paired with multiple ingredients and for multiple purposes. In this case, you can use a baking soda paste to get rid of soap scum in the most eco-friendly and cost-effective way possible. Generally, this process demands a store-bought bathroom scrub. However, you can make this at home by simply making a paste of baking soda and dish soap. Then, scrub this paste against the bathroom walls, bathtub, and shower doors to get them clean and tidy. 

Soap, Vinegar, And Water Mix

This one is mainly for the bathroom counter and the sink. The bathroom sink is arguably one of the most challenging parts to clean thoroughly. Either it takes a highly concentrated chemically active solution or an entire day of scrubbing. But, an easy middle way for this would be to create a solution by adding 1 cup of natural dish soap, 1 cup vinegar, and 2-3 cups of water. Then, pouring this solution in a spray bottle and using this mixture would be enough for your skin and even clean your bathroom tiles. 

Vinegar For Mold

It’s true; vinegar does pretty much everything to clean your toilet and bathroom, making it a must-have for those who wish to go chemical-free. Mold is often seen along with the interiors of a bathroom, and getting rid of it is nothing short of a test. But not when you have vinegar at the back of your hand. In this case, you don’t even need to create a solution. Simply pour plain vinegar in your spray bottle, spray some of it onto the region with mold and let it sit for a couple of minutes. After that, simply wipe it with a cloth, and the mold will be gone. 

CONCLUSION

All in all, cleaning your bathroom without chemicals is not quite that tough. You get a bag full of benefits, as it proves cost-effective, quick, and environmentally safe. With just a little awareness, you can truly change your way of cleaning permanently. The solutions mentioned above and methods will make your bathroom shine like never before, in the most ecological way possible. Happy cleaning!

 

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