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The Best Environmentally Friendly Bathroom Cleaner

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Environmentally Friendly Bathroom Cleaner. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Delphis Eco Multi-Purpose Cleaner

This product was recommended by Sarah Bowen from Spruce Up

I usually avoid any ‘multi-purpose’ cleaning products, as I consider these a jack of all trades, master of none. However, I have to recommend the Delphis Eco Multi-Purpose Cleaner! And it’s not just approved by me – England’s Queen loves it too! Its ingredients are plant-based and biodegradable, and Delphis uses recycled milk bottles for its packaging!

Ecover Cream Cleaner

This product was recommended by Sarah Bowen from Spruce Up

I can’t get enough of Ecover’s cream cleaner. Ecover’s product isn’t abrasive, unlike many other cream cleaners, so it doesn’t scratch your bathroom surfaces. It’s fragrance-free and fully biodegradable, making it an excellent green cleaning option. I also love this product because it doesn’t undergo animal testing and has no harsh chemicals.

Better Life Tile and Tub Cleaner

This product was recommended by Kathleen Fletcher from Kitty Baby Love

This is the best bathroom cleaner on the market right now. On top of its incredible cleaning ability, it’s also very gentle. It uses surfactants which are actually found in products like shower gel, face wash, and shampoo! The bottle is also non-toxic, biodegradable, and very safe for marine life and waterways. The products are manufactured in the US using solar energy. This is an amazing environmentally friendly product!

Ecos All Purpose Cleaner

This product was recommended by Rob Greene from Price of Meat

Strictly speaking, Eco isn’t a purpose-made bathroom cleaner. It’s a plant-based cleaner that was created to clean anywhere and everywhere in your home, and cuts through grease and stains like a knife through butter and doesn’t use any made chemicals to get the job done. And if that wasn’t enough to convince you about its eco credentials, the factory where it’s produced uses one hundred percent renewable energy. Which is another bog tick on Ecos environmentally friendly checklist.

Nune Multi-Purpose Cleaner

This product was recommended by Veronica Thompson from Everyday Power

The Nune Multi-Surface Cleaner Tablets are the eco-friendliest cleaning materials you can get. The tablets are made from safe, non-toxic, and family-friendly formula so your family members can use the bathroom right after you clean, without hesitation. You just have to dissolve each tablet in 24oz or 1.3 gallons of water, and you can enjoy a waste-free bathroom cleaner, further emphasizing its environmental friendliness. It is also highly effective in cleaning countertops and other materials such as electronics.

Ocean Saver Bathroom Descaler starter kit

This product was recommended by Lauren Smithson from Blink SEO

The Bathroom Descaler Starter Kit contains everything you need to change the way you clean forever. Eco-friendly and plant-based, our Pomegranate Tide Bathroom Descaler EcoDrop™ cuts through soap scum and tough limescale, leaving a burst of pomegranate fragrance and a long-lasting shine. Superior cleaning power Plant-based & non-toxic Zero plastic waste Not tested on animals

Meliora Cleaning Products Gentle Home Cleaning Scrub

This product was recommended by Kate Jakubas from Meliora Cleaning Products

This award-winning scrub creates a satisfying lather and the peppermint tea tree leaves behind a natural scent that’s not overwhelming but makes your bathroom feel and smell sparkling clean. Works great on tile, sink and to scrub the toilet too! Plastic-free, made in USA by a woman-owned environmentally-friendly company.

Blueland Bathroom Cleaner

This product was recommended by Alex Varela from Dallas Maids of Frisco

As a cleaning professional, I do my best to find products that are both affordable (especially for buying in bulk) and eco-friendly. Because most of them are all-purpose cleaners, the Blueland bathroom cleaner is one of the few sustainable specialized bathroom cleaners that I found. I like the fact that it comes in concentrated individual tablets. This way, it reduces packaging space, and it has the exact amount you need for filling their spray bottle. With concentrated products you can choose how concentrated you want it to be, depending on if it’s for deep cleaning or for everyday use, for example. The product is free from toxic components such as phosphates and ammonia. It is also vegan and cruelty-free.

Pink Solution Clean Natural All-Purpose Cleaner

This product was recommended by Katie Gibson from Lemon and Pine Cleaning Company

It’s a multi concentrate that can be used for anything from mirrors to toilets! It’s safe for children, perfume and dye free, septic safe and has a refreshing light citrusy scent. Oh, did we mention it’s also made in Canada?!?

Seventh Generation Professional Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner

This product was recommended by Alessandro Gazzo from Emily’s Maids

Here’s why I like the product: – It comes in gallon size so it’s cheaper in the long run (cleaning products are cheaper when you buy in gallon size or larger). Besides, gallon bottles are easier to reuse and recycle. – Its safe to use, safe enough that you don’t need to wipe or rinse after applying. – It is free of ammonia and chlorine.

Seventh Generation Zero Plastic Bathroom Cleaner Powder

This product was recommended by Steve Evans from Memphis Maids

I like this bathroom cleaner because it is plastic-free, which is uncommon to find for cleaning products. Metal is recyclable and much more sustainable than plastic. The product is also created with chemicals such as citric acid, sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate, which are biodegradable and less harmful than traditional commercial cleaning agents.

Biokleen Bac-Out Bathroom Cleaner

This product was recommended by Kathleen Ahmmed from USCarJunker

The Biokleen Bac-Out Bathroom Cleaner comes manufactured locally in the US and since it is made to be completely plant-based and non-toxic, this means that it doesn’t contain any chlorine, phosphates, artificial colors, fragrances, brighteners, or ammonia. Instead, it uses biodegradable ingredients by blending live enzyme cultures, as well as natural lime and lavender extracts to effectively break up bathroom grime and deodorize sinks, countertops, and more. It also doesn’t emit any fumes or even leave behind any residue that could potentially pollute any waterways.

Better Life Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner

This product was recommended by Jen Jones from Your Dog Advisor

I have been using Better Life Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner for a few months now and I am very happy with the results. It is a natural product that is safe for my family and pets. It has no harsh chemicals, so it doesn’t leave any residue on the toilet bowl or in the air. I like that its cleaning agents are plant-based and can be used on most toilets. It is also easy to use and comes in a large enough bottle for about 1-2 months of cleaning. It is also very easy to use. All you need to do is pour it into the toilet bowl, let it sit for about 10 minutes, then flush. The cleaner will do all of the work for you! Two of my dogs are so fond of licking the waters of our toilet bowl so by using this pet-safe product, I can be sure that they’re safe. This is really the best solution if you have pets in your home, but want a pristine bathroom!

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