This Homemade Daily Shower Cleaner Spray is great for cutting through soap scum and keep it from building up again too!
I’ve gotten so many requests for a shower cleaning spray and hadn’t found one that I really love until now. This amazing cleaner will cut through existing soap scum and keep your shower doors and stall clean going forward. It works best if you use it after every shower, and after the first use, there is absolutely no need for scrubbing. Let’s get to the recipe and then I will explain!
What you will need:
1 Cup of distilled water (you can boil tap water and let it cool if you like)
1/8 Cup of Hydrogen Peroxide (Purchase HERE)
1/8 Cup of Isopropyl Alcohol (Purchase HERE)
1/2 Teaspoon of Castile Soap or Dish Liquid (Purchase HERE)
1/2 Teaspoon of White Vinegar (Purchase HERE)
Pour all ingredients into a clean spray bottle. I love these Clear 16 oz. Spray Bottles for making my own cleaning solutions.
Shake well before each use to make sure the ingredients are mixed well so they can work together to clean your shower.
For the first use, spray down your shower and allow to sit for 10 minutes, then use a scrubber to help remove any built on soap scum. Going forward, keep the spray in your bathroom and spray your shower door and stall down after each shower to keep more soap scum from forming. No need to rinse, just spray and walk away! The cleaner does all of the work on its own!
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