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Remove Dirty Bath Rings Naturally

Remove Dirty Bath Rings Naturally

This little bath cleaner works a treat and it's uber simple

Mix together thoroughly in warm water:

  • A few capfuls of eucalyptus oil
  • Splash of detergent 

Use immediately to remove greasy rings, ground-in dirt, shampoo residue and grime from the bathtub, shower and surrounding tiles. 

If you don't use all your solution at once, store in a spray bottle for use at anytime. 

Encourage everyone who uses the bathroom to wipe out the bath/shower/hand basin after use to reduce your cleaning efforts by making a cleaning cloth available in the bathroom. And you will be laughing too!

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Science Notes

Eucalyptus is a natural and very effective cleaning agent. Its antiseptic and disinfectant properties help attack and remove grease and oily stains and leave surfaces very clean. 

Eucalyptus oil is natural and its fragrance is gentle and as such it is not harmful or toxic to either people or the environment.

Related Tip

For badly stained enamel bath – treat by rubbing in the following paste made of Bicarbonate of soda and lemon juice or white vinegar.  Bicarbonate of soda has many uses in cleaning, including being a great deodoriser.