Now you can make your own shower cleaner spray that can be just as effective as most common store bought brands. These solutions are not only economical, but safe for your pets and your family. They’re not as harsh, or harmful, as store bought products on the skin. Homemade cleaning solutions are very ecologically friendly. They come with no dyes, no perfumes, and no micro beads that flush into our water systems and find their way into fish and wildlife. Just what we want, easy to find ingredients, easy on our wallet, and completely safe.
Learn the power and hidden secrets of lemon juice, salt, white vinegar, and baking soda. All ingredients which can be commonly found right in your own kitchen. How very convenient.
For some, but not all, Mildew is a problem. Anyone who has battled with the stains of mildew in the shower, and who has learned it’s stubborn ways of clinging, realizes just what elbow grease it requires. Mildew keeps the bathroom from smelling fresh. In the past so many consumers spend their hard earned money on products hoping it will free them from negative effects of mildew. This will free your pocket book and save your precious energy. Very little toil is require and you will have no more trouble.
Mildew removal preparation
To remove mildew that stains in grout along tile walls try blending 1 cup of Concentrated lemon juice with two teaspoons of salt. Stir until completely dissolved. Spray grout lines liberally. Any small pockets within the grout can be penetrated with any unwanted toothbrush. Rinse well after 10 minutes. If odor lingers a follow up with baking soda along the grout lines. Let it sit for at least 15 minutes. Then flush with warm water. It will make those odors disappear and you will finally have that fresh clean scent in your bathroom. This and many more DIY cleaning solutions can be found at HomemadeShowerCleaner.com
Removing Hard Water Stains
Fill your spray bottle with white vinegar, leaving a little space at the top. Add a teaspoon of baking soda and replace the nozzle top. Shake to dissolve. Spray immediately to remove any hard water scaling that clouds your shower doors, tub, walls, and fixtures. Please Do not let your solution bottle of vinegar and baking soda sit as it will loose it’s effectiveness with the passing of time.
*Another added helpful hint. Baking soda and white vinegar can be blended into a paste. If applied to a rust stain, then left over night, it can remove those deep stubborn rust stains from the bathtub drain ring, and tub.
Step two will remove any dirt, body oil, skin cells and soap scum on the shower liner, shower doors, the tub and/or the shower bottom. Just remember to rinse it all away with warm water. It will help free these unwanted dirty agents from the walls of the shower’s drain pipe without causing the pipe to erode. Your plumbing is safe.
A clean, fresh shower lends to fresh, clean living. Now Look at the Problems that a DIY shower cleaner can solve.