Back when we were young, I made all our own cleaners.
was my reason, for literally a couple of pennies you can mix your own window cleaner etc. A few drops of sudsy ammonia and distilled water
, I think but am not sure ammonia in small quantities bio degrades, vinegar is a very good anti-septic if I use the term correctly, it's PH is so far to one side of the scale things simply won't grow in that acid an environment
, it doesn't take military grade chemical warfare chemicals, sometimes vinegar is just as effective.
Sodium hypachlorite (plain ole bleach) is of course very effective and a very little goes a long way, and even chlorine is broken down, I think?
But some vinegar, a bottle of bleach and sudsy ammonia, a little liquid soap, and that is all you need for years. Add baking soda for an abrasive, yet somewhat more gentle than Comet abrasive.
do NOT mix bleach and ammonia of course, unless you really want to kill something, possibly yourself. I think it gives off deadly amounts of chlorine gas, but I'm not sure.