Top 5 Bathroom Cleaners

Bathrooms – the dirtiest part of our house and our least favorite to clean. They’re not only disgusting to clean, but they happen to be the hardest. Companies are constantly coming out with the newest, best bathroom cleaner, which claims to make cleaning these rooms easier than ever before. Don’t waste your money on these products! You also don’t need to spend your money on a house cleaner. All you need to get a clean, sparkling bathroom is some products that work effortlessly together to conquer the mess. Knowing which products to buy can be confusing, but we’ve done the research for you.

These are the five best bathroom cleaners on the market.

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Clorox

We’re sure you’ve heard of Clorox, after all, they’re the biggest cleaning manufacturers in the world. The companies products aren’t limited to bathroom products, they also have laundry, kitchen, and even beauty products. Did you know that The Clorox company owns Burt’s Bees, Pine-Sol, and Liquid-Plumr? Their products are great for bathrooms as they contain bleach – it doesn’t get much cleaner than bleach. If you aren’t comfortable using bleach, they also carry great bleach-free alternatives and products that contain more natural ingredients. The products range from $3 for a single pack to $35 for a multipack and the most popular ones are Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, Free & Clear Multi-Surface Cleaner, Tiolet Bowl Cleaner Tough Stain Remover, and Bleach Foamer. 

Swiffer

Who hasn’t heard of the Swiffer sweeper? Actually, the business idea behind it is quite brilliant, the customer spends a little bit of money on the sweeper handle and the revenue comes from the refills, which they need to keep purchasing. The sweeper isn’t the only great product available by Swiffer; give the Swiffer WetJet Mop or the Swiffer Sweep + Vac Starter Kit a try. The products range from $14 to $45 and they work well for bathrooms because they are small enough to get in small spaces like under the sink and behind the toilet bowl.

The Honest Company

You’ve probably heard about this brand from its celebrity spokesperson and founder Jessica Alba. The company’s story is quite interesting; Alba created it after she had her first child and she realized how many harsh chemicals and unnatural fragrances were in most cleaning products. She then found business partners and they created the company which uses all-natural products and has since expanded to baby products, vitamins, and bath and body items. The products range from $4 to $8 and we suggest the Honest Multi-Surface Cleaner, Floor Cleaner, Toilet Cleaner, and Bathroom Cleaner. The Honest Company’s products are available online, through subscription boxes, or in most major retail stores.

Lysol 

Lysol is known by many as the number one disinfectant. You may be surprised to hear that the brand has been around since 1889 after a cholera epidemic broke out in Germany. There’s a reason this brand has withstood the test of time; it cleans 99.9% of bacteria and germs. Lysol offers a ton of cleaning sprays, wipes, and aerosols which start under $2. We suggest the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes, Lysol Hydrogen Peroxide Multi-Purpose Cleaner, Lysol Disinfectant Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Bleach, and Lysol Bathroom Cleaning Foam. The Lysol aerosol sprays can even kill airborne bacteria which comes in handy during flu season.

Mr. Clean

When we think of Mr. Clean the bald muscular brand’s mascot comes to mind. Owned by Proctor & Gamble, Mr. Clean products are multi-purpose cleaners, but they happen to work great at removing that stuck on grime found in bathrooms. The products start at $4 and our favorites are the Clean Magic Eraser, Multi-Surface Cleaner, Antibacterial Cleaner with Summer Citrus, and Multi-Purpose Cleaning Spray. 

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