How do you clean your shower?
Do you clean it when you are taking a shower or other, I always find it a challenge to clean
By shower you shower enclosure or shower system such as electric shower.
To Clean a shower enclosure glass you need Shower Blade. One manufacturer in UK named as Aqualux have manufactured a Shower Blade to specially clean glass cubicles. Search in Google about Aqualux Shower Blade and you can see the picture of the product
To keep your shower clean all you have to do is wipe all the surfaces with a squeegee after each shower. This will prevent calcium build up and water spots.
If you have mold in you caulk, replace the caulk with silicon caulk.
If your grout lines are dirty try cleaning them with a low ph cleaning agent, such as bleach. Dilute the bleach with a 1/16 ratio.
If your shower is in need a of tune up, try using dry vapor steam or call a professional cleaning service.
Check out this video on You Tub "Shower Tile Cleaning"
Its funny you should ask. I just cleaned my shower about an hour ago. I use S.O.S. steel wool pads to clean mine. They work exellently and clean very well. You have to be careful using them on the handles and stuff though, as it may scratch it. Hope this helps!!
One of the main "tricks" to cleaning in the bathroom is to not put it off for too long. A little bit done regularly makes it easy.
I love the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. It easily wipes away soap scum, or anything else has accumulated on the surface. Then I just spray it with a cleaner and wipe clean.
thanks for your answers very helpful I always clean my personal shower after I have finished my shower and am still in it as I always get myself wet when rinsing it down.
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