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Earth Friendly Products Shower Cleaner with Tea Tree Oil, 22-Ounce (Pack of 2) $5.3

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Products gives you a honest-to-goodness, power-packed clean – without toxins, petrochemicals, bleach, ammonia, phosphates or other harmful ingredients. The pH = 6.8-7.5; rarely causes irritations in customers with skin sensitivities/allergies. It eliminates and prevents hard water stains and soap scum. Septic system safe.Safe for you and the environment.Made in the USA and Family owned.
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Okay, in for one. I have been using a bleach based shower cleaner, but it's time to refill. This sounds pretty good, I know tea tree oil is a good germ killer. I look at the ingredients, and am a little disappointed: water, alcohol, surfacants (wetting agents), "natural" water softeners, and the tea tree and lavender oils. I already have these ingredients in a general way, as soap is a surfacant and washing soda is a softener, and I have plenty of tea tree and lavender oils. But... for five bucks I can get two sprayers already mixed and ready to use. I like to save money, but this time convenience won over a couple bucks.
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Just did lab experiments to see how well this did with various bacteria. Didn't do a thing for staph or E. coli. I'm a student in microbiology for

Don't imagine their shower cleaner will do shit either.
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