All-In-One Magic Non Toxic Bathroom Cleaner

"you'll rave about this harmless, CHEAP bath and kitchen cleaner - save a pile of money over your lifetime AND do no harm to our good earth or family members with allergies!"
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Ready In:
5 cups




  • to mix:

  • Funnel in all the ingredients, squeeze out the sudes, screw on your cal and go to make your bathroom SPARKLE!
  • to use:

  • clear the surfaces, use toilet tissue to wipe off any hair, dirt, spilled liquids, etc. Using the lightest spray setting, spray down everything - sink, counter, mirror, faucets, tub, and the whole toilet inside and out.
  • I let it sit a while while i sweep the floor. I then use a microfiber cloth to wipe down the surfaces from the cleanest to the dirtiest.
  • Be sure to rinse out the tub/shower really well so it isn't slippery.
  • stubborn stains in your tub? whether it's a dirt ring at the top or dirt stuck in a textured bottom, this will solve your problem. Spray down the problem area heavily and then using a sponge with a non-scratch scrubber, scrub in a circular motion. Again, rinse very well. All your surfaces will be glistening!

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  1. This is a truly wonderful cleaner that I would give 10 stars. Do recommend using a large bottle as this does fizz a LOT. Will be using this often, thanks for the great post.
  2. 5 stars just for how it works on ancient soap build up and it smells nice. I'll probably just be using this for the shower and bath just because I found I needed to rinse, instead of just wiping it off every surface I sprayed it on. It does foam a lot, but that made it fun to make. Thanks for posting the recipe.


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