Shower enclosures can easily get soap scum build up, mold, and grime. Cleaning the shower can take some elbow grease, but with proper techniques you can get your shower enclosure sparkling in no time. This is a guide about cleaning a shower enclosure.
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For me, cleaning the shower is an overwhelming task. One day while watching a commercial for one of those shower sprays, the words "cleans a shower in 10 days or keeps a clean shower clean" stood out. I came up with my own solution for a clean shower in 10 days. Every time I get into the shower I clean some of it. I divided my task into 5 parts:
Day 1: Clean the shower doors.
Day 2: Clean the back wall.
Day 3: Clean the short side walls.
Day 4: Clean the floor.
Day 5: Clean the outside of the shower doors before or after my shower.
You do have to use a cleaner that isn't too harsh since you are with it in the shower. I use Kaboom.
You don't have to scrub too hard the first time since you will be back to that section in 5 days. Viola! A clean shower in 10 days. If there are other people who use the shower, you could assign each person a section to clean once a week.
If you have a molded shower stall the best thing to use to clean it is an exfoliating mitt from the dollar store. The gloves work OK but the mitt has more surface area. Tile and grout walls will eat the mitt alive, but it works great for the tubs and sinks too.
Source: My friend who has a house cleaning business.
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The best stuff I have found is the cheapest. Daily Shower spray at Dollar Tree. I keep a squeegee in the bathroom, too. After I shower I wipe down the walls with the squeegee, then spray the tub/shower with the spray. I also take a cleaning cloth with me into the bathroom when I shower. Since the shower makes the vanity/toilet damp I wipe them down when I get out of the shower. Keeps my whole bathroom clean with minimal work. :-)