Homemade Shower Cleaner

Homemade Shower Cleaner


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Here’s the recipe I promised. I like to make a gallon at

a time in an old milk jug, so I quadruple this recipe.


Be sure to PIN this so all your friends can save time and have

clean showers too!




24 oz. water

½ cup hydrogen peroxide

½ cup rubbing alcohol

2 tsp. Dawn dish washing liquid (or whatever you prefer)

2 tsp. automatic dishwasher rinse such as Jet Dry


Mix it Up:

Step 1 – Pour water into a clean spray bottle.

Step 2 – Add hydrogen peroxide.

Step 3 – Add rubbing alcohol.

Step 4 – Add dish washing liquid.

Step 5 – Add automatic dishwasher rinse.

Step 6 – Give a little shake to mix ingredients.



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I buy all my ingredients at Sam’s Club or Costco to bring the cost down

even further and then I have plenty of the ingredients on hand when a new

batch of homemade shower cleaner is needed.


Now I’m aware that another solution is to have soft water in your houses

BUT I’m too  old for a slip and fall. I don’t want to be the lady that falls in

the shower and has to yell “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”!



I hope you enjoy this little household tip that will save you money

and save your back.


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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Robin

    So do you spray it when your done showering and then rinse each time?

    1. Cherice

      I spray the walls of the shower after each use. You do not need to rinse it off.

  2. Lyn

    Looking forward to trying this. Only concern is that I understand hydrogen peroxide degreades in the light and should be kept in a dark container.
    Maybe picky but if you are making a gallon, it might be worth optimising the conditions to preserve the mix.

    1. Cherice

      I mix it up in an empty plastic gallon milk container and keep it in a cupboard. But you could certainly keep it in an opaque container. Good Luck!

  3. Teresa Sebright

    I just made up a bottle of homemade daily shower cleaner. I labeled the bottle w/ingredients, and we are good to go. I tried a bit of it on my clean shower. I love this idea, thank you for sharing this!!

    1. Cherice

      I’m so glad to have helped in a small way! Cherice

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