The Bathroom

It takes the body 1 full year to rid the effects of spraying 2oz of toxic cleaner in a well- ventilated area and with a cross breeze. Think about how often you clean and how overloaded with chemicals the body will be in time.

The bathroom has so many things that contribute to it being a very toxic area. We want it sanitized therefore we use the strongest products we can get our hands on and we over use them.

I assure you that green products have the kill rate to knock out the germs that you most desire to be gone. There are green certified products or EPA certified kill rates on others.

Don’t forget that vinegar and peroxide are safe alternatives for bleach! See vinegar and peroxide in the learning center.

Combinations:

  • Toilet bowl cleaner
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Tub and shower cleaner
  • Drain cleaner
  • Glass cleaner

Each product is toxic in its own way but now with the combination and use of hot water to clean, you have a new level of toxicity in the room that you want to be clean and healthy.

Make your own toilet bowl cleaner:
1. Pour 1 cup of white vinegar into toilet.
2. Let sit about 20 min.
3. Dip the brush into the toilet, sprinkle non-expired baking soda over it.
4. The oxygen will clean the bowl to a sparkle!
5. If you want a scent, add some essential oils!
DO NOT USE VINEGAR IN ANY COMBINATION WITH BLEACH.

Make your own tub cleaner :
We do not recommend this on a surface that can be scratched by abrasion or a tile surface. The baking soda can scratch surfaces and cloud tile.

  1. Pour or spray vinegar into tub.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda over it.
  3. Spritz with peroxide.
  4. Scrub and watch the soap scum roll off.
  5. Rinse well.
Toilet:
Dump the toxic wipes, use some peroxide or vinegar spritz on your toilets. You get a great kill rate on germs and it is non-toxic!





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