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4 Ways to Clean the Shower and Keep It Clean

Stay on top of shower messes and problems with these 4 simple tips (descriptions in the photos).
1. Shower surface cleaning solutions
2. Preventing drain clogs
3. How to fix irregular flow from a shower head
4. How to keep the shower clean

To see more: http://blog.homespothq.com/2014/01/how-to-clean-your-shower-and-keep-it-clean/

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  • Z
    on Jan 15, 2014

    Great post HomeSpot! I personally can't stand the smell of vinegar, but I do squeegee the shower walls after every shower. I also keep a magic sponge in the shower for anything that needs it. In my opinion there's nothing worse than trying to get clean in a not so clean shower so keeping it clean on a daily basis beats a heavy cleaning once a week.

    • Janet Jordan
      Janet Jordan Australia
      on Jan 15, 2014

      and vinegar is not a chemical, it is a naturally made product and better for the environment and is anti fungal but, if you have a steamer, I don't know why you would even consider using anything else Vinegar:- a sour liquid consisting of dilute and impure acetic acid, obtained by acetous fermentation from wine, cider, beer, ale, or the like: used as a condiment, preservative, etc.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca Lawrenceville, GA
    on Jan 15, 2014

    I keep our shower clean all the time by cleaning one wall each time I shower. I use a cleaning sponge, the one with the green scrubber one side. I apply shampoo (cheap) to the green side and clean one wall, then rinse all four walls with the spray attachment. Takes about one minute to do this since it is not dirty to begin with.

    • HomeSpot HQ
      HomeSpot HQ Durham, NC
      on Jan 15, 2014

      @Rebecca it's always better to stay ahead of a mess!

  • Kathy Van
    Kathy Van Crossville, TN
    on Jan 15, 2014

    is vinegar ok for septics?

    • Diane Slater
      Diane Slater Canada
      on Jan 20, 2014

      Having had septics before, I think Fern forgot a few words. We would put cake yeast down the toilets every few months. It kept the waste down, eating (excuse the pun) all or most of the bad bacteria. Vinegar, being a natural substance would not hurt a septic system

  • Maria Elena Martinez
    Maria Elena Martinez Hialeah, FL
    on Jan 15, 2014

    Folks, vinegar smell dissipates when it dries. Please, get over it and use it!

    • Liz Feeser-Regan
      Liz Feeser-Regan Alexandria, IN
      on Aug 11, 2014

      @Maria Elena Martinez lol, vinegar always reminds me of Easter when I was a kid my Mom would put it in the water to hard boil the eggs.

  • Rhonda Heggem Kutche
    Rhonda Heggem Kutche San Jose, CA
    on Jan 15, 2014

    I use a solution of water, vinegar and tea tree oil. The tea tree oil dominates the vinegar smell and is an anti fungal agent. Smells nice and clean!

    • Liz Feeser-Regan
      Liz Feeser-Regan Alexandria, IN
      on Aug 11, 2014

      @Rhonda Heggem Kutche Tea Tree Oil is great for so many things even to wash your dog in. But be careful a little goes a long way.

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