Homemade tub, tile, and grout cleaner

What a great idea to make eco-friendly cleaning baskets as holiday gifts! It might be best to include the ingredients with directions so your loved ones can mix together. The cleaner can dry up over time and is best used right after making.

My bathroom tiles were a sight for sore eyes, the grout was stained and looked a bit filthy. Sadly I couldn’t afford to replace the grout for the entire bathroom. I found out about Nugrout products and decided to give it a try. I am amazed by how new my bathroom now looks with the new grout color, and how affordable the entire process was.

Cleaning the bathroom can turn into a toxic ordeal — and we’re not talking about the dirty mess. Most of the cleaners available contain bleach and other harsh chemicals, turning the bathroom into a hazardous environment for simply breathing while cleaning. For only a few dollars, you can mix together a natural rock-star cleaning solution that will whiten your grout and clean your tub and bathroom tile without needing a mask and goggles while scrubbing.

You’ll need: 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap.

Mix well all ingredients and your homemade rock-star cleaning solution is now ready to use.

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