If I am in the bathrooms I will add in to my cleaning routine a bit of...
Now please note there is a chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar. I don't use vinegar in my toilets I find that if I sprinkle baking soda in the bowl it cleans and deodorizes. You can make a paste of baking soda and water for grout in your shower and bathroom too.
You know what the best part about this switch for me was? I had helpers that were learning to clean house right along side mom and I didn't worry about them getting the cleaning agents on their hands or in their mouths.
I wonder why we varied from these methods as these are the cleaning agents our grandparents and great-grandparents often used, they worked for them so why did we feel a need to replace something good that worked with something that isn't good for us or our homes? Even some popular magazines have touted the benefits of vinegar...
Reader's Digest has 95 uses for vinegar
The Vinegar Institute has a list
All You Magazine has 45 tips
Another list of 32 uses
My confession is that I still use a bit of bleach once in a while but that is sparingly and my cabinets do not contain near the caustic chemicals that they used to. So, today, try out some vinegar, maybe a paste of baking soda too!