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How to Clean a Shower

Keeping your shower clean is an essential part of maintaining a clean and healthy bathroom. In this blog, we'll explore some tips and tricks for cleaning your shower effectively and keeping it clean between deep cleans.

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies

Before you begin cleaning your shower, you'll need to gather your supplies. Here's what you'll need:

  1. All-purpose cleaner or bathroom cleaner. We prefer using daily shower sprays.

  2. A scrub brush or sponge.

  3. A squeegee.

  4. A microfiber cloth or old towel.

  5. Gloves to protect your hands.

Step 2: Remove Any Clutter

Before you begin cleaning, remove any bottles, razors, or other items from the shower. This will allow you to clean more effectively and prevent any items from getting in the way.

Step 3: Apply Cleaner

Spray the cleaner or bathroom cleaner onto the walls and floor of the shower. Make sure to cover all surfaces thoroughly. Let sit for a few minutes to start working on hard water build up.

Step 4: Scrub the Shower

Using your scrub brush or sponge, scrub the walls and floor of the shower. Pay special attention to any areas with mildew or soap scum build-up. Rinse the scrub brush or sponge frequently to prevent spreading dirt and grime.

Step 5: Rinse Thoroughly

Using your handheld shower-head or a pitcher of water, rinse the walls and floor of the shower thoroughly. Make sure to rinse away all traces of cleaner.

Step 6: Dry the Shower

Use your squeegee to remove any excess water from the walls and floor of the shower. This will help prevent water spots and mildew from forming. Use a microfiber cloth or old towel to dry any remaining water.

Tips for Keeping Your Shower Clean Between Deep Cleans:

  1. Use a squeegee after each use to remove excess water from the walls and floor of the shower.

  2. Keep a spray bottle of all-purpose cleaner or bathroom cleaner in the shower, and spray down the walls and floor once a week.

  3. Use a daily shower cleaner, which can be sprayed on the walls and floor of the shower after each use to prevent soap scum and mildew buildup.

  4. Keep your shower well-ventilated to prevent moisture buildup, which can lead to mildew and mold growth.

  5. Wash your shower curtain and liner regularly to prevent mildew and soap scum buildup.

By following these tips and tricks, you can keep your shower clean and healthy between deep cleans. Regular maintenance is key to preventing soap scum, mildew, and mold buildup, so don't skip out on the little things!

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