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  • Patricia Hinton

    Tub Scrub: Here's a nontoxic but effective way to clean your tub: Add one teaspoon of liquid soap and several drops of an antibacterial essential oil (such as tea tree, eucalyptus, rosemary, or peppermint) to one cup of baking soda. Add just enough water to form a paste, and use it with a sponge or brush to scour bathtub surfaces. Testimony from a friend: My bathtub has never been whiter!! Works great on glass shower doors too- no more soap residue! Martha Stewart's Tub Scrub--works better than any other cleaning product to get off hard water and soap residue!!

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I would just add that you can always put a few drops of your favourite essential oils to give a nice scent. But it has to be essential, not synthetic.

Natural All-Purpose Scrub Pour 1/2 cup baking soda into a bowl. Add just enough liquid soap to make a creamy paste. Spread mixture on the flat side of 1/2 of a lemon and scrub. The lemon acts as a sponge and leaves a natural citrus scent. Use a damp rag or sponge to wipe away any residue. You'll find the paste will stay moist for a few hours

Homemade Cleaners. I want to do more research on the properties of lavender oil to make sure it's a strong enough antibacterial but the other's sound great!