Vegan Bathroom Cleaners

Looking for a vegan bathroom cleaner? Here’s a list of vegan cleaners designed for cleaning bath and tile, showers, and sinks. I’ve included each brand’s policy on ingredients and animal testing.

Click here for a list of vegan toilet bowl cleaners. And check out this list of vegan scouring powders for tougher issues.

Updated: January 2021
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List of Vegan Bathroom Cleaners


Biokleen Bac-Out Bathroom Cleaner

The biokleen website says “NO WAY! We have never ever tested a single Biokleen product on an animal, nor have we used animal ingredients in any formulation.”


Frosch Natural Lemon Shower & Bathroom Cleaner Spray Bottle

Frosch vegan bathroom cleaner

The Frosch website describes its products as “Vegan, no ingredients of animal origin” and customer service says from the beginning they have been opposed to animal testing. EU Ecolabel certified.


Ecos Non-Toxic Shower Cleaner

The Earth Friendly Products ECOS website says their products are “never tested on animals” and they are Leaping Bunny certified. According to Leaping Bunny, all products are vegan.


Method Daily Shower Cleaner*

The Method brand uses only vegan ingredients and does not conduct any animal testing or commission third party testing and their website explicitly commits to this. They use alternative testing models and all of their products are Leaping Bunny and Cruelty Free International certified.

*Method was recently acquired by SC Johnson, a company which tests on animals. Method’s products are still not tested on animals but profits from their sales may benefit SC Johnson.


Method Natural Tub & Tile Bathroom Cleaner*

The Method brand uses only vegan ingredients and does not conduct any animal testing or commission third party testing and their website explicitly commits to this. They use alternative testing models and all of their products are Leaping Bunny and Cruelty Free International certified.

*Method was recently acquired by SC Johnson, a company which tests on animals. Method’s products are still not tested on animals but profits from their sales may benefit SC Johnson.


Method Antibac Bathroom Cleaner*

The Method brand uses only vegan ingredients and does not conduct any animal testing or commission third party testing and their website explicitly commits to this. They use alternative testing models and all of their products are Leaping Bunny and Cruelty Free International certified.

*Method was recently acquired by SC Johnson, a company which tests on animals. Method’s products are still not tested on animals but profits from their sales may benefit SC Johnson.


Seventh Generation Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner*

Active ingredient: Thymol. The Seventh Generation website says “We are proud, that since our company’s founding in 1988, we have never, ever, conducted or commissioned any animal testing of our products or their ingredients.” and “all Seventh Generation products are free of animal products, and are vegan.”

*Seventh Generation was recently acquired by Unilever which does test on animals. It is currently unclear whether Seventh Generation will be a stand-alone subsidiary allowed to continue business according to its own principles. Either way, profits may benefit a company that tests on animals.


Seventh Generation Natural Tub & Tile Cleaner*

Septic safe and certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny. The Seventh Generation website says “We are proud, that since our company’s founding in 1988, we have never, ever, conducted or commissioned any animal testing of our products or their ingredients.” and “all Seventh Generation products are free of animal products, and are vegan.”

*Seventh Generation was recently acquired by Unilever which does test on animals. It is currently unclear whether Seventh Generation will be a stand-alone subsidiary allowed to continue business according to its own principles. Either way, profits may benefit a company that tests on animals.


Mrs. Meyer’s Tub and Tile Cleaner*

The Mrs. Meyers website says “Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day is a certified cruelty-free company for our no animal testing policy. We do not test our products or ingredients on animals, nor are our products made with animal-derived ingredients.”

*Mrs. Meyer’s is now owned by S.C. Johnson. As a “stand-alone” subsidiary, Mrs. Meyer’s still operates according to its founding principles of no-animal testing and no animal ingredients, but it makes money for S.C. Johnson which does continue to test on animals.


Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Surface Scrub


The Mrs. Meyers website says “Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day is a certified cruelty-free company for our no animal testing policy. We do not test our products or ingredients on animals, nor are our products made with animal-derived ingredients.”

*Mrs. Meyer’s is now owned by S.C. Johnson. As a “stand-alone” subsidiary, Mrs. Meyer’s still operates according to its founding principles of no-animal testing and no animal ingredients, but it makes money for S.C. Johnson which does continue to test on animals.