Shower sprays can help prevent soap scum and other grime from building up in your shower. There are homemade shower spray options that can work as well as the store bought ones without the harm chemicals. This page contains homemade shower spray recipes.
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I keep a spray bottle of vinegar by the shower. When I am done showering, I use the squeegee and then I spritz the shower walls and inner curtains with the vinegar. It keeps mildew at bay and disinfects the shower. Don't forget to label the spray bottle "Vinegar".
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Here are questions related to Homemade Shower Spray Recipes.
I am looking for a daily shower cleaner recipe.
By Kasey Chandler02/05/2011
I had bad problems with mold build-up on my shower curtain and tried every type of "remedy" to cure it. Not only did I find that harsh chemicals were ineffective in treating mold, they were caustic to work with and left a strong pool smell for days.
After researching blogs for months, I found a solution that is not only effective but also green! A friend turned me on to a suction-cup device that holds the curtain off of the tub siding, allowing fresh air to circulate to dry the area and prevent mold in the first place. I ordered online and they even gave me a new shower curtain liner, and three and half months later it's still mold free. Stopping mold before it starts is not only incredibly easy for me, but it's also the green solution I've been looking for. No more chemicals and no more constantly replacing the shower curtain! Their website is www.air-it-out.weebly.com Hope this helps!
Does anyone have or know of a natural recipe for a daily shower cleaner that you can spray on? I have been using one from Walmart, but it's not natural and I don't want the chemicals.
By hopefulau 01/28/2013
The Main Ingredients:
Baking soda is a miracle food that can also deodorize and scour. It has anti-fungal and antiseptic properties, and can remove stains.
White vinegar is great for removing odors. When the smell of the vinegar leaves, it takes other smells with it. It also cuts grease and removes mildew.
Hydrogen peroxide, in the 3% solution found at the grocery stores, is a mild bleaching agent.
Lemon oil, eucalyptus oil, lavender oil and tea tree oil (often called "essential" oils) are sold in natural health stores and some grocery stores. They have antiseptic and deodorizing properties.
Basic shower cleaner: In a spray bottle, mix two parts water, one part vinegar and about 3 drops essential oil per 2 ounces liquid. Shake and spray on shower, then wipe off.
Scouring cleaner: Just sprinkle baking soda on a sponge, wipe on and rinse off.
Mildew cleaner: In a spray bottle, mix one part hydrogen peroxide with one part water. Spray on mildew and wait one hour. Rinse off. Hydrogen peroxide can be irritating, so use caution.
Drain cleaner: Use the action of vinegar plus baking soda to clear drains. Pour baking soda in drain, then follow with vinegar. Wait 20 minutes, then pour hot water down drain. Do not do this if you have already tried a commercial product, as the vinegar can mix with the commercial product and cause dangerous fumes.
Other Easy Ways to Keep A Shower Clean
Here are a couple of other easy methods to keep a shower clean. Using a squeegee after each shower will keep mildew at bay and reduce cleaning time. Using a chamois cloth after each shower can also keep mildew at bay. Both of these methods require the cooperation of everyone who uses the shower.
I'm searching for a safe and effective shower cleaner that will remove pink and black mold from my shower. The only commercial one I have found to be effective is Tilex, but the fumes from the chemicals are very strong. I've used a basic vinegar solution, but no luck.
By M Cook
By susan 07/24/2013
Hydrogen peroxide spray, leave and brush off the mould. Nothing else... no smells, no damage. I did this and it worked like a charm.
How can I make the product, Shower Saver or Fresh Shower? I use this cleaner after the last person showers everyday and it really works. I would love to make my own cleaner like the name brand cleaner. Surely there is someone that knows what's in this product. Please let me know if you know the ingredients. It's approximately $5.00 per bottle.
By Connie E.
This type of product is available in dollar stores. Don't know how well they work but you only risk $1 to try it out.
I need the recipe posted awhile ago using vinegar and Dawn to spray in shower to clean.
Is there a homemade shower cleaner and disinfectant I can spray on and not wipe or rinse off?
I have three showers, one fiberglass, one ceramic, and one Vikrell.
By nanagma from MN
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|I would like a recipe for the spray shower cleaner that is used immediately after taking a shower. PC from AZ|
|Here's a recipes I found but haven't tried it... |
Put all the ingredients into a gallon jug, fill the rest of the room with water. Then re-fill a spray bottle with the solution.
I don't know what the best concentrated all purpose cleaner would be, though. Maybe Simple Green?
|I also wonder if just white vinegar might do the trick.|
|Keep a Squeegee thing you use for cleaning windows in the shower. As soon as you get out, simply run it down the panels and it will stay clean and clear forever.|
|Easy Shower Cleaner||11/24/2004|
|Dilute floral scented store brand bleach 1 part to 9 parts water and put in a spray bottle to use as a quick mist after showering every couple of days, I also mist the curtain liner. (Be sure to mark the bottle carefully so everyone knows what it is! Keep out of reach of kids.)|
How do you keep shower doors clean without using commercial product.
editegyed from Philadelphia, PA
By edit egyed
I'm trying to find a formula for homemade daily shower cleaner. I've tried vinegar/water and Jetdry/water, but they don't quite "cut" it. Anyone have any suggestions?
I had a recipe for homemade shower cleaner that I found on the Scrubbing Bubbles Page (which I found odd) and I lost it.