How can I clean a really dirty shower stall?



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  • Hi Debbie - This is the shower cleaner that we use to help keep grout and tiles clean and minimize the mildew - it works on kitchen grout too. I've also included a great article about mold if it's gone that far. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly

    PS - We have a FREE eBook with recipes for all of my homemade and all-natural cleaners. You can download it here -->

  • Emily Emily on Oct 05, 2019

    I use scrubbing bubbles

  • Chas' Crazy Creations Chas' Crazy Creations on Oct 05, 2019

    Here's a video that might help -

  • Fill a spray bottle with a 50/50 solution of Dawn dish soap and vinegar. Spray it on the shower stall and let it work. If they are tougher stains, you may have to scrub with a plastic scrubbie!

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Oct 08, 2019

    It entirely depends on what the shower stall is made of: ceramic tile? Fiberglass? Acrylic?

    It also depends what the stains are: something beyond soap scum? Something beyond mold? Are we talking biological hazards?

    Soap scum is different than rust. Rust is different than something like hair dye. Mold is different than those.

    I would start out using mild chemical cleaners, and lots of scrubbing.

    Then I would go onto the next step, more aggressive chemicals and scrubbing and rinsing.

    In all cases where old clothes, long latex or rubber gloves, lots of ventilation, and lots of rinsing.

  • Mogie Mogie on Oct 08, 2019

    If the shower stall is fiberglass use a bottle of Easy Off Oven Cleaner in the blue can. Spray it on, turn on exhaust vent and close the door behind you, let it sit for about 30 minutes, scrub lightly with a clean plastic broom and rinse.

  • Sharon Sharon on Oct 08, 2019

    EasyOff Fume-Free Oven Cleaner and Magic Eraser....

    I have disabled clients whose bathrooms get a mess, and I use the Dollar Tree Awesome Orange in the half gallon. I pour it on the sides, let sit and scrub with a long-handled brush.

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