Skip chemical cleaners in favor of organic versions that you can make on a shoestring.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Bathroom
Between mold, soap scum, toilet rings and grout stains, bathrooms can be notoriously tough to clean (ever wonder why so much of the cleaning aisle is devoted to bathroom products?). But the thought of dousing tubs and tile with chemicals makes some people uneasy about the potential effects on their household health. The solution? Take a page from your grandmother’s book and raid your pantry and medicine cabinet for basic staples that get the job done without toxic fumes or harsh compounds. Bonus: You’ll save money by going the natural route.
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