Homemade Clean Shower

Wendy Earwood

"An inexpensive way to keep your shower clean and fresh without harsh chemicals."
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1 m servings
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Original recipe yields 50 servings

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  1. Pour the peroxide, rubbing alcohol, dish soap and rinse aid into a spray bottle of at least a 32 oz size. Slowly add the 3 cups of water. A funnel really comes in handy for getting these liquid ingredients in your bottle without making a mess.
  2. Put the top back on the spray bottle and then slowly tip the bottle back and forth to mix the ingredients.
  3. If you are re-using a 32 oz bottle from a store bought daily shower cleaner spray, you can probably not even measure the water. Once you’ve added the first four ingredients, just add water to fill the bottle.
  4. To use: After showering, mist the spray on the walls of the shower and you’re done. There’s no need to wipe.
  5. One final note: Hydrogen peroxide can slowly break down in the light. That’s why hydrogen peroxide is always sold in those dark brown bottles. If possible, keep this mixture in a cupboard or some other place where it will be dark to keep the hydrogen peroxide at optimum performance.
  6. A couple other ideas are to use a dark bottle, or to just add a little more peroxide from time to time.


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