Are you ready to discover how to make the Blue Dawn and vinegar shower cleaner?
This homemade cleaner recipe works amazingly well and has been proven to work on the toughest shower stains including hard water stains.
Not only will you have a potent cleaning product that cleans your shower but it can also be used to remove soap scum, clean basins, appliances and just about anything else that needs a little scrubbing.
Table of Contents
- Blue Dawn Dishwashing Liquid
- Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar (non-toxic and safe for everyone in your family)
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Empty Spray Bottle
- Microwave Safe Measuring Cup
- Small Funnel
How to Make the Dawn and Vinegar Shower Scrub
This cleaning agent needs to be used right away so only make enough to clean what you need.
Step 1: Pour 1 cup of Blue Dawn into the measuring cup.
Step 2: Pour 1 cup of cleaning vinegar into the measuring cup.
Step 3: Pour 4-6 drops of Lavender oil into the cup. Lavender not only pairs well with vinegar but it also has antibacterial properties and will leave your bathroom smelling fresh.
Step 4: Stir the ingredients gently together so that they incorporate.
Step 5. Place the solution in the microwave and heat it up for one minute.
Step 6. Pour the heated solution through the funnel into the spray bottle. (be careful while pouring so that you don’t burn yourself)
Step 7: Spray the cleaning solution all over your shower and let it sit for a few hours.
Step 8: Rinse the cleaning solution off the shower’s surface. If you have really tough stains in the that have accumulated in the shower grout you can use an old toothbrush and scrub off the dirt.
Remember for the best results with this solution be sure that you use it in your shower right after you remove it from the microwave.
The lavender essential oil does make for a more bearable scent when you combine it with the cleaning solution but if the vinegar scent is too strong consider turning on a vent or opening a window.
Make this concoction part of your cleaning regimen and make your shower spotless again.