Simple Homemade Daily Shower Cleaner Spray

Save money and make your own homemade daily shower cleaner spray - so simple and it works great!

One of the clever bathroom cleaning products that I’ve really grown to like over the years are the daily shower cleaner sprays. After you shower you simply mist some of the spray around on the shower walls and it helps to keep your shower clean with less mold or mineral buildup in between more thorough cleanings.


Simple Homemade Daily Shower Cleaner Spray

This homemade daily shower cleaner spray keeps the water spots from ever forming on the glass windows in the first place! Oh happy day! Those windows finally look cleaner than they ever have before. I’m sure it’s the rinse aid in the mix that’s working the magic.

If you’re a person that likes to use the daily shower sprays, I think you’ll really love this shower cleaner recipe too.

I don’t think I’ll ever go back to the store bought stuff again. It really is that good.

My recipe makes a 32 oz batch, which is the same size as the commercial brands of daily shower cleaner sprays that are being sold. Just save the bottle from a store bought brand once you’ve used it up, and simply refill it with your own homemade version.


  • 1/2 cup Hydrogen Peroxide
  • 1/2 cup Rubbing Alcohol
  • 1 teaspoon Liquid Dish Soap
  • 1 tablespoon Dishwasher Rinse Aid
  • 3 cups Water


  1. Begin by pouring the hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, liquid dish soap, and the dishwasher rinse aid into a spray bottle of at least a 32 oz size. A funnel is very helpful for this step.
  2. Next, slowly add the 3 cups of water (the mixture might bubble a little bit because of the dish soap). If you are re-using a 32 oz bottle from a store bought daily shower cleaner spray, you really don't even need to measure for this step . . . simply top off the bottle with water.
  3. Put the top back on the spray bottle and then slowly tip the bottle back and forth to mix the ingredients.
  4. To use: After showering, mist the spray on the walls of the shower and you're done. There's no need to wipe.


  • An additional thing to be mindful of is that hydrogen peroxide can slowly break down in the light. That’s why hydrogen peroxide is always sold in those dark brown bottles. If possible, keep this mixture in a cupboard or some other place where it will be dark to keep the hydrogen peroxide at optimum performance. A couple other ideas are to use a dark bottle, or to just add a little more peroxide from time to time. One reader told me she just put a sock over the bottle.
  • {That’s one way to make your own dark bottle! šŸ™‚ }
  • You might also see that this mixture is a light color when you first mix it (because of the rinse aid or colored dish soap that may have been used) but over time the mixture seems to look more clear. Once again, I think it’s the peroxide in the mixture that causes the colors to slowly fade away.

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