3 natural toilet bowl cleaners you can make at home

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There is nothing worse than a dirty bathroom. And it's that room in the house that gets full of germs, residues and smells that need to be taken care of quickly. It's also the room in the house that most people don't love having to clean, but it has to be done, and it helps when you have natural cleaning products for bathroom that you like. Maybe you have cleaners that you like for getting the toilet clean, or like many people are trying to find natural toilet cleaner products that are less toxic for you and the environment. On the Rubies and Radishes site, you will find three natural toilet cleaner ideas that are easy to make and get the job done. Following are just some of the tips that you might try along with tips from one of the natural toilet cleaner ideas.

These days with more and more people trying to find non-toxic natural cleaning products for bathroom, you will find vinegar being used. That's great, as vinegar is inexpensive and safe to use around your family, and safe for the environment too. But it's important to know that vinegar shouldn't be directly mixed with hydrogen peroxide, Castile soap or baking soda. When any of these three ingredients are mixed with vinegar, they can become irritants or lose their efficiency. When making natural cleaning products for the bathroom using a few drops of essential oils is a nice way to add some smell, and some are especially known for being good at cleansing. Some good essential oils to try to include Bergamot, Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Peppermint, Clove, Lemon, Tea Tree, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Orange, and Basil. For the squeeze gel natural toilet cleaner you will need some distilled water, some baking soda, some Borax, Castile soap and 25 drops of essential oil. Lavender is one of the most popular selling essential oils. You can put the natural toilet cleaner in a squeeze bottle.

Lavender essential oil is an antibacterial and works great at natural cleaning solutions and for its lovely scent. Lemon essential oil has a fresh and clean scent. Lemon essential oil is both an antibacterial and antiviral and works well at helping to decrease stains and freshening up the air. Eucalyptus essential oil can be used as a natural germicide, and a works as a powerful dust mite buster. When combined with baking soda eucalyptus oil works well at deep cleaning mattresses along with being a natural cleaning powder for carpets. Eucalyptus oil has a fresh and clean smell great for cleaning jobs in the kitchen and bathroom. Eucalyptus leaves and eucalyptus essential oil are both great in kitchen cupboards to deter pests.

Castile soap is a popular addition to many natural cleaning products for bathroom. Castile soap is a name that is used in the English-speaking countries for olive oil based soap that is made in the Castile region of Spain. Traditionally Castile soap is made with olive oil, and in many parts of the world, it still is. Castile soap can be either bar soap made with sodium hydroxide or a liquid soap that is made with potassium hydroxide. The origins of Castile soap go back to the Levant, where the Aleppo soap-makers have made hard soaps based on olive and laurel oil for more than a thousand years. Castile soap is believed that the Crusaders brought the Aleppo soap back to Europe in the 11th century. You will find these natural toilet cleaner ideas on the Rubies and Radishes site. On the site, you will find other natural cleaning products for bathroom, meal plans, recipes, safe skincare and more. **

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