Stores that sell cleaning supplies for the bathroom devote entire aisles to chemical products. They are costly, potentially harmful and completely unnecessary. Natural cleaning products are better for a number of reasons. They are safe to use on most surfaces, they are not harmful to the health of pets or humans and they are cheap in price. They also work. I have been using natural cleaning products in my bathroom for years, and it is clean and fresh smelling. Cleaners do not have to smell like bleach or mint to actually work.
Use Baking Soda and Lemon Juice to Clean Hard Surfaces
The best natural bathroom cleaning products that I have found for hard bathroom surfaces are fresh lemons and baking soda. Lemons and their peels make fantastic natural scrubbers. Sprinkle hard bathroom surfaces with baking soda. Add a little water to create a paste, and use half of a lemon or peel to scrub the bathroom sink, shower and tub. The natural cleaning products will work wonders to clean even the most grimy surfaces.
Clean Away Hardened Minerals and Sanitize with White Vinegar
When looking for natural bathroom cleaning products that work, white vinegar is a must. Like lemons and baking soda, it can also be used to clean and freshen hard bathroom surfaces, but it has a lot more muscle. To get rid of mineral build up and particularly tough soil, apply white vinegar. Allow it to work for a few minutes before wiping the surfaces with a bathroom scrub sponge. Hardened minerals and oily build up should come right off. Simply rinse it away with clear water.
Polish Bathroom Faucets with Citrus Peels
Citrus peels are wonderful natural cleaning products, and they should not be discarded. As citrus fruits are used, save the peels in air tight containers in the refrigerator. As previously mentioned, the peels can be used as natural scrubbers, and they are great for polishing bathroom faucets. The natural oils will leave behind and clean fresh scent and a waterproof coating that will help prevent future water marks and ugly mineral buildup.
Source: Personal Green Cleaning Experience