Tips on Cleaning a Shower

Tips on Cleaning a Shower. Showers should be fully cleaned each week. If you do one wall each time you use the shower, you may be able to stretch the time period out. Shower curtains should be washed each 3 months.

The best time to clean your shower is just after you use it. The surface is already hot and wet from your shower, and the temperature has spread the grime and grease, making the clean easier.

Wipe down the walls with your bathroom cleaner, or mix equal parts vinegar and dish soap in a spray bottle. Soap scum builds up on tap fittings and shower heads.

Keep bathroom cleaning environmentally friendly by using homemade cleaners. They’ll make your bathroom clean without harsh cleaning chemicals.

Hard water is chalky white deposits of calcium and magnesium on shower glass and bathtub, scrubbing is best.

Mildew and Mold are slimy on the surface and grow where moisture stays the longest in the shower, example is broken grout lines that hold water.

Soap scum is waxy and is made when the chemicals of hard water, calcium and magnesium, join with soap. The nature of the scum also traps bacteria, body oils, and cells.

Once you’ve removed all of the soap scum and rinsed off your shower there is still one more thing to do.

Drying your bathroom is an important step you should not miss ever, especially in Winter. Extra moisture will lead to mould and mildew growth, which is hard to get rid of.

Let your bathroom exhaust fan to run for a few minutes after drying down your bathroom with a microfiber cloth to allow any water moisture to be evaporated.

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