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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

# DIY Cleaners

Tub n Shower Magic

In my efforts to save money and stay away from harsh chemicals, I’ve been making my own cleaning products. One of the first ones I want to share with you is this tub and shower cleaner. Folks, meet my new best friend, Tub n Shower Magic. This stuff is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. You should see my shower, tub and faucets. I'm not kidding, they look brand new! I just sprayed it on, let it sit for an hour, and with very little scrubbing my shower just shined.


Now that my shower is actually clean, I don't even have to let it soak anymore. I just spray and clean!

Tub n Shower Magic

1 1/2 cups white vinegar
1 1/2 cups blue Dawn dish soap

Place vinegar in a microwave safe bowl and microwave until hot, but not boiling. Carefully pour into a spray bottle.
Add the Dawn soap to the vinegar, put the lid on and gently shake to incorporate.

You now have a powerful cleaning product that will melt soap scum and buildup. Just spray it on, scrub, rinse and be amazed. For tough soap scum build-up, spray the mixture on and allow it to sit for an hour, or even overnight. Then, scrub and rinse.

Notes: If the mixture thickens up on you while in storage, just add a little warm water, shake gently, and use as normal.

Make sure to rinse your shower and tub very, very well after cleaning with this solution. If not, it will leave the surfaces slick, which can result in a nasty fall.

Recipe Source: food.com

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2 comments:

  1. just might have to give this a try! my tub often has a slight ring and it drives me nuts!

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  2. I like to make my own cleaner, too! My two favorite things are in your mix here! This is great for toilets and seats, so you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals hurting your babies bottoms! Thanks for the info, I never tried heating the vinegar.
    I also, wanted to stop by and give you an award. Please stop by my blog when you have time and pick it up!
    Blessings,
    Susie

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