I use baking soda for scrubbing, vinegar/water mixture for general cleaning and disinfecting.
My granite counters in the kitchen get marked by vinegar (it can eat through the finish) so I use Costco's brand of environmentally friendly spray cleaner. It's a huge jug, a concentrate, that you mix with water in a spray bottle. Good for anything and that jug goes a LONG way. It has a nice citrus scent to it. I have started using it for other things too, I keep that spray bottle next to my vinegar one.
I do admit to keeping some clorox wipes in each bathroom. They are great for a quick wipedown between cleanings or if unexpected company is coming.
I also use Nature's Miracle for carpet mishaps that are inevitable with the pets and kids.
That's pretty much it! I do love scented candles and of course the natural scents of fresh baked goodies and home cooking. I don't like too much that is heavily scented like plug in scents or lamp scents or even potpourri can be too strong. One nice candle does me just fine!
On Oprah the other day, Kirstie Alley said that her first job was as a housekeeper and she is really particular about cleaning. She said that the best bathroom cleaner is vodka! She said buy the largest, cheapest jug of it you can find at a discount store and then it dissolves the grime around faucets and taps and such and gives a beatiful shine to fixtures as well as disinfecting. I may just have to give that a try. She said that whenever she flies, she takes one of the little bottles of vodka the plane has into the bathroom with her and disinfects the bathroom before she uses it. Would never have thought it but it makes sense, that stuff is pretty strong and cheap vodka is harsh plus it's pure alcohol but doesn't evaporate the way rubbing alcohol does. Very interesting!
She also said that spray wood polish leaves a buildup on furniture and that wax is the only way to go. I admit to using a bit of pledge now and then!!