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Amazing Shower Cleaning Trick

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Honestly, I was amazed at how well this cleaning trick worked for removing stains, scale, and mold. The pictures below are from a newly purchased home with a neglected shower. Mold had grown on on the lower seals and grout. Some serious cleaning was needed to restore these surfaces.
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The before and after shot.
  • amazing shower cleaning trick, bathroom ideas, cleaning tips
The mold in the lower cracks of the shower.
  • amazing shower cleaning trick, bathroom ideas, cleaning tips
Mix equal quantities on baking soda and bleach together to make a paste. Add more baking soda if the concoction is too fluid. Smear the past on the surfaces of the shower at the end of the day so it can set overnight.
***Make sure to have plenty of ventilation when working with bleach***
  • amazing shower cleaning trick, bathroom ideas, cleaning tips
Wash the paste away in the morning with water and use a nylon brush to remove any remaining gunk. The surfaces should be much cleaner. Use multiple applications if it is still dirty.

To see more: http://blog.homespothq.com/2014/06/cleaning-trick-shower-surfaces/

  • Cphillips
    Cphillips California, MD

    my question is who let's their shower get this disgusting before cleaning. I wouldn't get in that filthy thing.

    • Sherrie
      Sherrie Nixa, MO

      I clean several rentals a day. You have no idea how bad the bathrooms are and how bad they get. We use acid and commercial degreasers to get them clean. I can't understand it either. But maybe because most have a cleaning deposit. The places I

  • Gloria Burroughs MD

    Another great product is fuller brush co bath clean. Spray on and bye bye grout stain. Love this. Works immediately.

  • Mall
    Mall United Kingdom

    you could replace the bleach by some vinegar or lemon juice might work just as well. Also what I use a lot for cleaning is an near empty tooth paste tube, cut open the tube you will be surprised at how much toothpaste is still in it, then a damp

  • Liliana Wells
    Liliana Wells Jackson, GA

    I use bleach on tough showers, as indicated above. For daily cleaning I prefer a vinegar mixture.

  • Toni Johnson
    Toni Johnson Bethel, MN

    Amazing difference, and some great ideas shared as well. Thanks for the post

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