How To Clean A Shower The Right Way (Sparkling Results)
Like everything else in a household, the bathroom, and shower tend to get dirty quite quickly. However, don’t despair. The easiest and most effective way to clean a shower is to know the right methods. That’s why today we are going to show you the best tips and tricks on how to clean a shower in order to achieve maximum shine and cleanliness.
The easiest and most effective way to clean a shower is to know the right methods
It’s recommended to clean your shower and toilet at least once a week. However, if you want a clean shower all the time you can give everything a daily wipe down. This way you avoid excess dirt and product build up, as well as watermarks. However, this is less realistic, so stick to once a week. So, let’s see how to clean a shower to perfection.
If you want a clean shower all the time you can give everything a daily wipe down
#Empty Out The Shower
The first step to properly clean a shower it to empty it out. After all it’s much easier to clean when there is nothing in it. Get rid of any bottles, soap, razor blades and hair debris.
The first step to properly clean a shower it to empty it out
Next on your list to a perfectly clean shower is to tackle the shower tray. Make sure to spray it with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner or citric acid and then scrub with a scourer. To make citric acid all you need to do is mix half a cup powdered citric acid and some warm water in a bucket. Make sure to use gloves. Afterwards just rinse it off with some warm water and dry off with a paper towel or microfiber cloth.
Make sure to spray the shower tray with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner
Limescale is a common shower problem, however it’s fairly simple to get rid of it. In order to bring your shower’s sparkle back, you can use an easy, eco-friendly cleaning solution of half vinegar, half water. Pour into a spray bottle and spray on any limescale you see. Make sure to leave it on for around fifteen minutes. Then use a scouring pad and scrub away. Rinse off the solution with some warm water and then dry with a cloth.
Limescale is a common shower problem
Tile grout can give a dirty feeling to your bathroom. On the bright side, thanks to vinegar once again, you can easily get rid of it. Once again make a solution of half water and half vinegar and spray the grout. Leave it to soak for around five minutes. Take an old toothbrush and start brushing the grout back and forth. Then make sure a paste with two tablespoons of soda bicarbonate and a few drops of water. Dip the old toothbrush in the soda mixture and brush in the paste. Then spray the area with the vinegar and water spray. Scrub the grout lines and rinse off with warm water. This method is great for ceramic tiles, however it’s not recommended for marble tiles.
Take an old toothbrush and start brushing the grout back and forth
If you need to tackle some touch stains, then this solution is for you. Try using hydrogen peroxide to get rid of nasty stains. Just spray it and let it sit for around fifteen minutes and then wipe it off. You can also use a paste of peroxide and tartar cream. Use the paste on the stained area and leave it for half an hour, then scrub it away with a damp sponge or cloth.
Try using hydrogen peroxide to get rid of nasty stains
Shower heads can get clogged up. The easiest way to clean a shower head and unclog it is to put a water and vinegar solution in a plastic bag and put the shower head submerged in the bag. Secure it with some kind of band or cable and let it soak for around twenty minutes or overnight if you can. Then remove it from the bag and wipe away anything that’s left and let the shower run on hot water for a while.
Clean the shower head by putting it in a water and vinegar solution
This is one of the easiest things to clean in the shower. While there are plenty of solutions you can use, the best thing you can do is put it in the washing machine. And if you want to prevent mold from occurring, make sure to regularly soak the curtain in a salt water bath for a couple of hours. Then just let it dry and rehang it.
Wash the shower curtain in the washing machine
Clogged drains are a common issue. They usually occur from built up residue, or we poured something that we shouldn’t have. You can find plenty of unclogging solutions on the market. Or you can make your own. Pour 1/4 of a pint of soda bicarbonate and 1/4 of a pint of vinegar and cover with a wet cloth. Leave it for ten minutes and then rinse the drain with boiling water.
Clogged drains are a common issue
This was how to clean a shower to perfection. We hope you found this article useful. Now you can have a clean and sparkly shower that will be as if taken straight out of a catalogue.
Now you can have a clean and sparkly shower