Get Rid of Holi Stains in Your Bathroom With These Simple Kitchen Ingredients

Keeping your bathroom clean is quite a stressful task. Luckily, this checklist of some natural cleaners from your kitchen can make it easy for you to have a sparkling clean bathroom.


You can fight hard water stains on your bathroom fixtures using lemons. Just slice a lemon in half and rub it on the hard water stains and watch them disappear.

Bathroom cleaning usually takes a lot of time and effort; bathrooms have different kinds of surfaces and is also a place that is most used in the house. Luckily, this checklist of some natural cleaners from your kitchen can make it easy for you to clean your bathroom!

1) Mirror Or Glass Cleaner

Brew strong black tea. Cool and pour it into a spray bottle. Spray the tea solution on your mirror or glass and wipe it using the scrunched-up newspaper. It is recommended to use newspapers instead of paper towels.

2) Shower Stall Cleaner

Make a solution with ½ portion vinegar and ½ portion dish soap. Wipe the shower stall with this solution, using a sponge or soft cotton cloth. This method is perfect to clean shower stalls – it clears away water stains and soap scum.

3) Taps and Showers

Hard water stains are very common on steel parts, it can make your bathroom look ugly. To fight these, just cut half a lemon and rub it on the stains on your bathroom taps and showers and rinse it with water.

4) Fixtures in the Bathroom

To remove tough stains from your fixtures, soak some towels in distilled white vinegar and wrap them around the affected areas. Let the towels sit for 30 minutes before removing, then wipe the fixtures with a clean wet cloth.

5) Clogged Drains

To get rid of clogged drains in your bathroom, just pour some white vinegar or baking soda down the drain and flush with hot water.

With these tricks in mind, you don’t need to worry about having a proper cleaning agent at home. The next time when you have any bathroom cleaning challenges, just rush to your kitchen, collect the above ingredients and clean your bathroom for a sparkling shine!

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