Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner

I don’t know about you, but whenever I’m in my shower I have to be completely naked, because just like I believe a bed is meant for sleeping and sex, a shower is meant for nudity. It doesn’t matter what I’m doing, whether it’s showering, cleaning the shower, or butchering the Cyndi Lauper song “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” just as bad as Miley Cyrus, I have to be naked within my shower’s three walls and shower curtain. Because I’m buck naked when I’m wiping down my “cleansing cubicle” I don’t like the cleaner I use to consist of stuff that may melt off my junk or makes me smell like a high school janitor who took a bath in Pine-Sol. Fortunately, I found a bathroom cleaner that I can get all hippie naked with — the Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner.

There are several elements I like about my new shower partner. It’s non-toxic, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly, but perhaps its best attribute is the fact that it’s bottled in an actual 1-liter soda bottle that someone once drank out of. It’s cool to think that there is a possibility that I littered a park with this bottle, someone picked it up, and Terracycle then used it to bottle their cleaning products. I guess something good can come from littering.

Of course, all of this eco-friendliness would be meaningless if the Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner couldn’t get my bathroom clean, but I gave my entire bathroom a good spray and wipe with this and I have to say that it did as well as any other product I’ve used. It easily cleaned the gunk in between the shower tiles, wiped away the crap on my sink fixtures, got rid of the stuff in the sink basin, and it made the shit on my mirror disappear, but it didn’t do well with troublesome hard water stains.

If you’re going to use the Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner, don’t expect your bathroom to smell like potpourri, a florist, or “lemon fresh” after spraying it all over your bathroom. There are no fragrances or dyes in it, which technically makes this cleaner au naturel, like me when I’m in the shower or when I’m walking around my apartment. Its scent can be best described as sterile, which is not a horrible scent, but it’s also not a pleasant one. With most cleaning products, after I spray it on, I have to leave the room because the fumes overwhelm me and cause me to gag, like the extreme gleefulness and repetition I’m exposed to while riding the It’s a Small World ride at Disneyland would, but it didn’t happen with this product.

Overall, I’m extremely pleased with the Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner, because it does an excellent job of cleaning in an environmentally friendly way at a reasonable price. It may not be the prettiest smelling product on the market, but a wise man once said, “The scent of a stripper does not equate to their ability to work the pole.”

Item: Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner
Price: FREE (retails for $2.99)
Size: 1 liter
Purchased at: Given by Terracycle
Rating: 9 out of 10
Pros: Cleans just as well as most other products. Reuses an actual 1-liter soda bottle. Reasonably priced. No chemical fumes to overwhelm. Non-toxic. Biodegradable. Environmentally friendly.
Cons: No pleasant scent. Didn’t do well at all with hard water stains. Not too widely available (can be picked up at Office Max and Target). Strippers who don’t know how to work the pole. It’s a Small World ride.

11 thoughts to “Terracycle Natural Bathroom Cleaner”

  1. Looks kind of interesting. I might try it if it’s not much more expensive than the regular cleaners. I’m a cheap bastard in that regard, who does not understand people paying $12 for a box of “green” laundry detergent.

  2. I gag when walking down the cleaner/laundry soap aisle in the grocery store, so unscented would be a nice change of pace.

  3. The scientist in me clamors for the list of ingredients. Please.
    Naked cleaning+ green products= unnecessary jiggling and hard scrubbing… not a pretty sight

  4. what if someone used that bottle for other purposes than intended? and by that, i mean having sex with it. And by having sex, i mean with disposable panties on their head and shooting off their minty condoms into the bottle after they’re done.

  5. Wow! I thought I was the only one who cleaned the shower naked. Good to know I’m not alone. Well, good that I’m alone when naked and cleaning the shower. But good to know that I’m not the only one cleaning the shower naked and alone. Not that being naked in the shower alone is always good thing. Sometimes it’s nice to have company. But when cleaning, I prefer being alone.

    I’m confused now. What was this review about again?

  6. @Chuck – Because the chemicals in the laundry detergent can get into our water system and hurt the fishes and paying three times the amount of regular detergent will help the fishes and make the makers of the Green laundry detergent richer.

    @armauld – I do the same thing when I walk down the pet food aisle.


    Water, grease cutters and performance enhancers (linear alcohol ethoxylates) and essential oil cleaners, all derived from natural sources.

    Fortunately, I jiggle in the right places, at the right frequency.

    @Nevis – Where are those rubber gloves on me?

    @Reprobate – There is a slight possibility that might’ve happened in my past.

    @Rachel – I have an irate monkey for pet.

    @Lex – Use it and abuse it, and when I say abuse it I mean make it your bitch.

    @Tiggy – I don’t know, because the pictures would probably be filled with large black bars with the word explicit on them.

    @Kylie – I also iron my clothes naked. The possibility of getting burned excites me.

  7. I have the TerraCycle Window Cleaner and it works wonders. Those guys also gave me a tour of their factory and they have all different types of fun stuff in there!

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