Bathroom Essentials List
Though every household need different things in the bathroom, you should have the following items available:
- Shower Curtain and Liner
- Hand Soap Dispenser
- First Aid Kit
- Natural Hand Soap
- Bath towels, hand towels, washcloths (2 each)
- Non-skid bath mat
- Toothbrush holder
- Over-the-door and/or wall hooks
- Personal care items
- Toilet paper storage
- Toilet brush & container
- Plunger (hidden out of sight)
- Green cleaning supplies / Bathroom cleaning supplies
Remember: These are just bathroom must haves. Depending on your budget and style, you can always add features like an essential oil diffuser, softer light bulbs, hanging plants, or a colorful shower curtain.
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Master Bathroom Supplies List
Your master bathroom should be fully-stocked with everything you need to look and feel your best. In addition to the 12 toilet essentials above, consider equipping your bathroom with the following:
- 2 sets of organic cotton bath towels, hand towels, washcloths
- Non-skid tub mat
- Soap dispenser or dish
- Shower curtain, liner, & rings
- Shower caddy/suction basket(s)
- Cosmetics organizers
- Wall-mounted shelving
- Under-the-sink storage baskets and/or containers
- Clothes hamper
Depending on your preferences and daily routine, the things you need in your bathroom may vary. However, some of the most common bathroom must haves include:
Personal Care Tools
- Hair brush
- Hair styling tools (e.g. dryer, straightener, styler)
- Nail clippers
- Dental floss
Why You Need These Bathroom Essentials
1. Shower Curtain and Liner
Look for a shower curtain and liner that are easy to clean and maintain. Options that are machine washable or wipe clean with a damp cloth are ideal. Measure the length and width of your shower before purchasing to ensure a proper fit.
2. Hand Soap Dispenser
The different types of dispensers are pump dispensers, touchless dispensers, and automatic dispensers. Look for one with a smooth and easy-to-use dispensing mechanism.
Consider the size of your bathroom and other elements in the room when choosing the size and shape of your mirror. A large, rectangular mirror can create a sleek and modern look, while a circular mirror can add a softer, more traditional touch.
4. First Aid Kit
You and your family be prepared for any minor injuries that may occur at home. A good first-aid kit should include items like bandages, gauze pads, adhesive tape, antiseptic wipes, tweezers, scissors, and pain relievers. It's also important to choose a kit that is easy to use and store, with clear instructions on how to use each item.
Wastebaskets come in a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, and wicker. Consider the design aesthetic of your bathroom and the other finishes in the room when choosing a material.
A hand soap should not just be used to smell nice and clean, it’s best made with natural ingredients, too! Essential oils, plant extracts, and organic ingredients can clean without the harsh chemicals that dry up the skin.
7. Bath towels, hand towels, washcloths (2 each)
The right set of towels can say a lot about your bathing experience. Choose a material with high-quality stitching, hemming, and finishing. Neutral tones like white, beige, and gray are classic choices that can easily coordinate with other decor elements.
8. Non-skid bath mat
Look for a bath mat made from a non-slip material, such as rubber or silicone. These materials have a natural grip that helps keep the mat in place, even when it gets wet.
9. Toothbrush holder
It’s a practical accessory that prevents you from just having your toothbrush laying around. Consider the hygiene of the toothbrush holder and whether it has features that promote cleanliness, such as ventilation holes or a removable bottom for easy cleaning.
10. Over-the-door and/or wall hooks
Look for hooks made from durable and corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel or plastic. Avoid materials that may rust or deteriorate over time.
11. Personal care items
Don’t forget the personal essentials like toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, and face wash. You may also need cotton balls, dental floss, nail clippers, razors, and shaving cream.
12. Toilet paper storage
Look for storage options that match the overall style and design aesthetic of your bathroom. There are a variety of styles available, including freestanding racks, wall-mounted holders, and baskets.
13. Toilet brush & container
Look for a toilet brush with a shape and bristles that can effectively clean under the rim and other hard-to-reach areas of the toilet bowl.
14. Plunger (hidden out of sight)
There are two main types of plungers - cup plungers and flange plungers. Cup plungers are best for sinks and flat surfaces, while flange plungers are designed for use in toilets.
15. Green cleaning supplies / Bathroom cleaning supplies
Look for products that are made from natural and non-toxic ingredients. Add bathroom cleaning supplies like an all-purpose cleaner, disinfecting surface cleaner, glass cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner, microfiber brush, and scrubbing brush.
Your Bathroom Checklist Should Include Green Cleaning Products
You know something in the bathroom you probably don't want? Overpowering fumes and potentially harmful chemicals found inmany cleaning products. Biochemists have developed and tested the entire Puracy lineup, and we couldn't get our bathrooms clean without:
Puracy Multi-Surface Cleaner
Our streak-free, versatile surface cleaner can be safely used on pretty much any bathroom surface, including toilets, tubs, tiles, countertops, marble, mirrors, and glass shower doors. And the formula is 99.51% natural.
Enzyme Stain Remover
Tired of dingy bath mats, stained towels, or gross fabric shower curtains? Try the 98.95% natural formula of Puracy Stain Remover. Six plant-based enzymes tackle hundreds of different stains, residues, odors, and spots – without bleaching, discoloring, or weakening fabrics.
First, this hydrogen peroxide disinfectant tackles grease, grime, and dirt. Next, it kills more than 99.9% of viruses and bacteria in 10 minutes. From toilets to sinks to tile to shower, you can use it on nearly every non-porous material throughout your home.
Note: We recommend sticking to our Natural Surface Cleaner for wood, soapstone, and marble surfaces.
Guest Bathroom Necessities
It's always awkward to ask hosts if things in the toilet area aren't available (especially toilet paper and a plunger). Guests will feel more welcome when they use a bathroom that's well-stocked with the following:
- High-quality towels
- Travel-sized toiletries (e.g. toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, razors)
- Hair dryer
- Pain relievers (i.e. Tylenol, Advil)
- Extra toilet paper
- Tampons & pads
- Storage for extra toiletries
Add Puracy Products to Your Bathroom Checklist
When you pair safe, effective cleaning products with our top-to-bottom bathroom cleaning guide, your surfaces will sparkle – without synthetic fragrance, sulfates, bleach, chlorine, phosphates, and much more.
Try any of our cleaning or personal care products. If you're not completely impressed, we'll give you your money back. No questions, no hassles. That's the Puracy promise.