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Shower and Tub Cleaner

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This is a quick and easy way to keep your shower clean in just two minutes a day.Just get a dish washing wand and fill the dispenser half with vinegar and half with liquid dish soap. Keep it in the shower. That way everything is ready to go. When you get in, wet the sponge, and scrub away. Next, well, take a shower. That's it. I do a little section of the shower each day and work my way around the whole area about twice a week.
If the mixture gets thick, just add a little water. Also, I would caution that it is important to rinse well, and keep out of eyes as you would any cleanser.
Time: 2 Minutes Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.madefrompinterest.net/2013/01/31/super-simple-shower-and-tub-cleaner/

  • Susan Franks

    I have a spray bottle filled with ⅓ Dawn, ⅓ white vinegar,⅓ water. I add a little lemon juice to this mixture. When I finish my shower I just spray walls and tub. I have a tub and shower cleaning pad on a long handle that I clean it all off with.

  • Jackie Byrd
    Jackie Byrd Rome, GA

    I use a spray bottle mixture of: water, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, a dash of Dawn, and smidge of JetDry.

    • Chase
      Chase Upper Darby, PA

      What are the proportions of your concoction?

  • Phyllis Massey
    Phyllis Massey Saint Ignace, MI

    I cut off the bottom hem of a new shower curtain as you see that is where gunk begins to form it gets stuck in the little hem cut off just the top of the bottom hem

  • Peggy
    Peggy Castle Rock, CO

    If you do the scrubbing AFTER you shower, the steam will give you an assist~~it will have softened the "crud", and make your scrubbing that much more effective. If you still feel ambitious, and your bathroom is steamed up, wipe down your toilet,

  • AndradeTea
    AndradeTea Cathedral City, CA

    Great ideas!

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