DIY All Natural Bathroom Cleaner

DIY All Natural Bathroom Cleaner |

Hi, Jessica from Mom 4 Real here! I usually share a fun and inexpensive DIY project over here, but this month I want to share something a little different with you. I am extremely passionate about chemical free products and making my home safe for my family, so last year I decided to start making my own chemical free house cleaning products. The result has been amazing! Not only are these cleansers all natural, but they smell amazing and clean just as well if not better than the products I had been buying at the store. Today, I want to share my DIY All Natural Bathroom Cleaner Recipe with you! Maybe it will encourage you to make some of your own cleaning products too!


You will need 1 1/2 cups of water, 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 2 tablespoons of castille soap, 15 drops Orange Essential Oils, and 15 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oils (Melaleuca) and a spray bottle.


Instead of mixing the ingredients together in a spray bottle, I like to mix them in a bowl.


Use a whisk to make sure the ingredients are mixed really well, then pour into your spray bottle.


Now, clean your bathroom…or, hey, let your kiddos do it…it’s chemical free after all! The orange essential oils help lift any gunk or stains and the tea tree oil is an amazing all natural disinfectant that will help kill the germs! I don’t use anything else when cleaning my bathroom any more, and it’s as clean as a whistle!


This is just one of the many Homemade Cleansers that I make on my own. You can find the rest of them along with How To Clean In Between The Glass Doors Of Your Oven HERE!

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I have completely fallen in love with essential oils and all the benefits they provide for the entire family.

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Now that your bathroom is fresh and clean — organize it too!

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 stash your hair styling tools conveniently under the sink

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or use one of these fabulous bathroom organizing ideas!


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  1. Hi there~
    Thank you for this post. I, too, am loving my oils, and I am working on reducing my family’s exposure to chemicals. Do you mind sharing where you found your cute spray bottle and labels please? Thanks:)

  2. Is using essential oils in a plastic bottle OK? I’ve always thought that the oils would deteriorate the plastic by eating away/dissolving it.

  3. Hi – Just wanted to caution you on letting your kids use this product. Just because something is naturally derived doesn’t mean it’s non-toxic. Tea Tree oil has been clinically shown to be an effective anti-microbial but can also be toxic to kids if swallowed and to pets if they get it on their skin. Also, Orange oil contains d-limonene which is a skin sensitizer in about 3% of the population so you would want to avoid getting it on your hands.

  4. HI! This recipe sounds great. Do you think it would work as an all purpose cleaner instead of just bathroom cleaner? Or what do you do for your kitchen cleaner?
    Thank you!


  5. I’m brand new to your site. I can almost smell the fantastis aromas the essential oils infuse in the home. I was wondering if I could use plastice containers for the products.I see most of yours are in glass. Do you have a template for the labels? In addition, I thought it would be a good idea to put the recipe on the label to make it easy to make refills.

  6. Does the baking soda in the mix leave a residue after cleaning?
    Do you have to rinse?

    Can you keep the solution from one cleaning to another, or should it be freshly mixed before each use?

    Thank you.