Homemade DIY Daily Shower Spray {Picture Tutorial}

May 27, 2014 22 Comments | Disclosure

Help keep mold and mildew at bay with this all natural DIY Daily Shower Spray! It’s best to start with a thoroughly clean shower. We recommend this DIY tub & shower cleaner! Once your shower is clean, use this natural shower spray to mist your shower walls, door and/or liner daily after each or last use.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Main

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2 cups water

1 cup distilled white vinegar

10-15 drops tea tree oil (for it’s antibacterial, anti-fungal & antiseptic properties.)

*empty spray bottle

*I personally really like the high output spray bottles vs. regular ones for homemade cleaning products. I purchased the one in the picture above at Walmart for about $3.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Pour Water

Pour water into the spray bottle using a funnel.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Pour Vinegar

Now pour in the vinegar.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Add Oil

Add 10-15 drops of Tea Tree essential oil.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Gently Shake

Gently shake.

DIY Daily Shower Spray Finished


DIY Daily Shower Cleaner Spray Shower

Store in bathroom and lightly mist on shower walls after each and/or last use.

DIY Daily Shower Spray

2 cups water

1 cup distilled white vinegar

10-15 drops tea tree oil (for it’s antibacterial, anti-fungal & antiseptic properties.)

empty spray bottle

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  1. My favorite shower scrub is lemon juice and baking soda. Mix half and half caution it will foam up. Scrub with rag or brush and rinse with hot water.

  2. Where do you get the tea tree oil?

  3. shannon says:

    What section do you find the tea tree oil?

  4. Will this keep glass shower doors clean?

  5. Barbara Noland says:

    Before I read this, I sprayed my shower w vinegar/water mixture. The soap scum literally fell off. Now I am going to add tea tree oil , per your suggestion, and I intend on spraying my shower daily with this. What a time saver.

  6. Hi Becky: Do I need to rinse it off after or can I just leave it on?

  7. I just made the shower spray and look forward to using it!

  8. Melissa Pompe says:

    Is this safe for tile showers? Specifically porceline tile?

  9. Melissa says:

    Usually tea tree oil and other essential oils can be found near the vitamins section (at Walgreens, CVS or other stores). Hope that’s helpful! 🙂

    • Please keep in mind that with those oils, you really do get what you pay for, and you are paying for synthetic oils with a lot of fillers, not actual pure oils. We’d love to talk with you about how to get the real thing! Email us at seekingwellness at fabulessly frugal dot com or call or text us at 208-907-OILS

  10. Carolyn Geddes says:

    I really hate the smell of tea tree oil. Can I add another essential oil to the mix to alleviate the smell? Or will that interfere with its cleaning capability?

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