If you've read many of the articles on this site, when it comes to shower cleaning I suggest that you wipe the shower down after showering. My mother made this suggestion to me and she is not the only one with this piece of advice.
But honestly, the only thing I like doing after a shower is to get out of the bathroom and getting dressed. The last thing I want to do is any cleaning whatsoever.
So this is one of those "do as I say not as I do" situations.
Don't get me wrong - I do follow my mother's advice at most once a week and I feel extremely proud of myself when I do.
Below are some more showers cleaning tips that I do follow regularly. Let's begin with safety...
Another very good shower cleaning solution is a half-cup of ammonia and one gallon of water. Put this mixture into a spray bottle to use on your shower doors. This works great for removing soap scum. Spray the solution on your glass shower doors, scrub with a stiff-bristled brush and the rinse well with warm water.
To avoid any contact between chlorine and ammonia - use the above recipes on separate cleaning occassions.
When you're done with that, pour undiluted white vinegar into the track and leave for approximately fifteen minutes. Using a small stiff brush or old toothbrush, scrub the track and be sure to get into those hard to reach places. Rinse with warm water and repeat, if necessary.
Use liquid car wax on clean fiberglass shower walls and glass doors to prevent alkaline deposits. Give it a try, it makes cleaning the shower easier and prevents water spots. You don't have to do this very often, just reapply the wax every six months.
By following a few great shower cleaning tips, your shower will not only sparkle but also smell fresh and clean.
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