Keep It Clean!

If you do this after every shower, you’ll need less time and elbow grease when your shower is due for a deeper cleaning. When it is time for a deeper general cleaning, follow these steps:

Fill a spray bottle with equal parts dish soap and white vinegar.

Spray the shower walls, starting on the left wall of the shower and working your way around. Allow the spray to sit on the walls for five to 10 minutes.

Again, starting on the left wall of the shower, wipe down your shower walls and give them a good scrubbing with a sponge. If your shower is really dirty, add some baking soda to your sponge before you start for some safe abrasion to make the job easier. Avoid using the scrubby side of the sponge on acrylic showers and tubs.

Rinse away your cleaning solution. This is easy if you have a shower-head with a detachable sprayer. If you don’t, use a bowl or pitcher to cascade water over the shower walls.

Repeat this process with your bathtub or the base of your shower.

Dry your shower and tub with a clean microfiber cloth or squeegee.

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Attack Hard Water Stains

Hard water stains responsible for the marks and cloudiness are notoriously tricky to get rid of, there’s a home remedy to help you get your shower screen back into sparkling condition.

The answer is probably already in your pantry! Start by slipping on your gloves, rinse the glass thoroughly with water, wipe it over with a soft sponge, then try one of these popular methods to bring back the shine. Don’t forget to check out product warning labels.

Popular methods: 

Vinegar – 

Pour white vinegar into a spray bottle. You may wish to dilute the vinegar up to 50/50 with water and add a squeeze of lemon for a fresh scent. Drench the glass surfaces with the vinegar solution. Leave for a few minutes then work over the stains with a soft sponge or soft-bristled brush. Apply more solution if necessary. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Dry glass to shine with a paper towel.

Baking Soda – Make a thick paste by mixing baking soda with a little water. Smear the paste over the glass using a dampened sponge or soft-bristled toothbrush (you should avoid using coarse brushes and scrubbers as they may scratch your glass). Pay more attention to stubborn stains, particularly around door hinges and framework. Rinse with clean water then dry glass to a shine with a paper towel.


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