This Dawn and vinegar homemade bath and shower cleaner is fantastic. The recipe has been floating around the web and so I had to give it a try for myself!
Couldn’t be more thrilled to have found an inexpensive powerful homemade bathroom cleaner. Once again vinegar proves to be a great household cleaner and you can even mix vinegar with baking soda for a great way to unclog a drain.
Homemade Bath and Shower Cleaner Recipe
You probably have the ingredients already at your house.
- Dawn Dishwashing Liquid
- White Vinegar
- Spray bottle with tight fitting lid
- Measuring Cups
Homemade Shower Cleaner Instructions
No need to use bleach, just equal parts Dawn Dish Soap and vinegar does the trick!
- Measure out equal parts of Original Blue Dawn dishwashing detergent and white vinegar.
- Heat vinegar a couple of minutes in microwave or on cook top until vinegar is hot.
- Carefully pour vinegar into a spray bottle.
- Add in Dawn dishwashing detergent and shake to mix.
Ways to Use this Homemade Cleaner
This Dawn & vinegar cleaner will cut through soap scum, clean sinks, glass shower doors and also the toilet bowl. Just spritz it on, scrub and rinse. For tough soap scum build-up, spray the mixture on and allow it to sit for about 30 minutes. Scrub and rinse.
Do be careful, it does make a lot of bubbles, so the tub might be slippery. If there are too many bubbles adjust the ratio by mixing two parts vinegar to one part Dawn. Salt will also dissolve the bubbles.
Don’t stop with a clean shower, grab your kitchen sponge and wipe down any grease or grime you see on your cook top, counters and appliances!.
You will be amazed by this bottle of blue magic!
If you like this cleaner you might like this DIY Laundry Detergent Recipe
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Hello Mary, the recipe doesn’t call for baking soda. Yes, vinegar and baking soda do cause a reaction. You can pour baking soda and vinegar down a drain to unclog but this cleaner only has detergent and vinegar.
When I added baking soda to vinegar, and dish detergent, it went to spewing everywhere. I probably won’t have any solution left when it stops