How To Make A Natural Cleaner For The Bathtub | Growing Up Herbal | Checkout my favorite natural cleaner for the bathtub and shower! It's so easy and so cheap!

My kids love taking baths, and so do I.

Since our family spends a decent amount of time in the tub, I knew I needed to find some sort of natural cleaner that would do the job quickly while getting everything clean and shiny and not leave any sort of harmful residues or toxins behind.

I excitedly stumbled across this recipe somewhere on Pinterest, and I LOVE it. It does everything I need, and today I want to share it with you! Check it out.

Natural Cleaner For The Bathtub & Shower

How To Make A Natural Cleaner For The Bathtub | Growing Up Herbal | Checkout my favorite natural cleaner for the bathtub and shower! It's so easy and so cheap!

You’ll Need:

Directions:

  1. Open your cleaning wand and fill it half full of your soap.
  2. Top the last half off with white vinegar.
  3. Shake well to mix your soap and vinegar.

To Use:

Wet your tub or shower and rub with your wand until clean. Rinse with water.

How To Make A Natural Cleaner For The Bathtub | Growing Up Herbal | Checkout my favorite natural cleaner for the bathtub and shower! It's so easy and so cheap!

Did You Know…

Did you know that chemical cleaners leave a residue behind after you clean with them? It’s true, they do. It’s a powder-like film that wipes off when you touch it… even when your kid touches it. This residue actually consists of the chemicals that you used to clean your house with, and now those chemicals are on your child.

You wouldn’t clean your child with these chemicals, would you? Of course not! Chemicals are toxic to the body, and in many cases, they can cause health problems for you and your children. I’m talking small things that you wouldn’t even attribute to toxin build up in the body.

That’s why I think it’s important to go as natural as possible in as many areas of our lives as we can.

I know you’re busy. So am I. So that’s why I decided to start with something that wasn’t too time-consuming, wasn’t going to cost me a ton of money and would give me the most bang for my buck. Natural cleaners!

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xo xo, Meagan