Bathroom Cleaning Tips
Your Bathroom: Using Safe Natural Household Cleaners
Does your shower curtain need a good cleaning? Trouble dealing with soap film and mildew stains. You have a few choices. You can wash it on the gentle cycle with cold water in your washing machine. Yes even the cheap vinyl ones will survive a few washings. Use Ginger Clean laundry soap and add a handful of baking soda to the water. If you just want to do some spot cleaning. Try our Window and Mirror Cleaner. Spray it on the spot, let sit for a few minutes then wipe clean.
Do you want an all natural way to clean your toilet bowl? Brushing a toilet bowl is like brushing your teeth,(just don’t use the same brush). Do it often and you won’t get “plaque” or hard water buildup. Don’t use bleach in the bowl. It’s dangerous to you and the floor and the fixtures. To keep your toilet safe and clean, use a disinfecting cleaner, Ginger Clean Window & Mirror Spray, on the outside and a mild acidic cleaner, Ginger Clean Powdered Cleanser, on the inside. Pour at least a handful into your toilet bowl and let sit for about 5 minutes. Then scrub with a toilet brush before flushing. This will clean, disinfect and deodorize your bowl without adding harmful chemicals to your septic system.
Do you need to remove lime or calcium build up from your bathroom fixtures? Our powdered cleanser will do the trick. Lemon is at the opposite end of the pH scale from the alkaline deposits. And salt works as an abrasive. Together they will take away those build ups. Realize it may take a few times to get all the build up off so be patient. But they are definitely safer to use than a toxic cleaner.
This is the best way to clean your children’s bath toys. The toys need a weekly cleaning. Soak the toys in hot water and a tablespoon of Ginger Clean Laundry Soap for at least 10 minutes. Use an old toothbrush to clean the crevices. Then store them in a well ventilated spot, preferably in a mesh bag. If they are moldy try soaking them in straight vinegar first. If this doesn’t work it’s time for new toys. Avoid bleach as it’s dangerous to your children and will cause harmful fumes when mixed with vinegar.