How to Clean a Shower so it Sparkles from Top to Bottom

I used to try not to clean the shower, now I can’t wait!

Cleaning the shower? It’s no longer a big chore!

Of all domestic places, the shower is definitely the most difficult to clean. Few things arouse terror like a poorly cleaned bathroom with dirty tiles, a crusty shower, and a faucet full of lime scale. All this can make us not a little frustrated, especially considering that the bathroom always seems to get dirty right after we clean it.

Most of the time, waiting for time causes the dirt to settle and cleaning becomes even more a daunting chore. Don’t worry, all this is a thing of the past! We offer here a cleaning preparation that will make dirt just a bad memory. The amazing thing is that you can easily prepare it at home, using only two ingredients. With our secret weapon from today you can tackle all kinds of dirt.

To Clean your shower here is what you need:

  • 1 cup of dishwashing detergent
  • 1 cup of vinegar
  • a funnel
  • a spray bottle
  • a sponge

Directions: Heat the vinegar in a small pan on the stove. The liquid should be hot, but not boiling. You will just test the temperature with your finger, if you stick it in the pan, you should not burn yourself.

Use the funnel to transfer the hot vinegar to a bottle with a spray nozzle and add the dishwashing liquid as well. Stir the resulting liquid inside the bottle but without shaking too much, otherwise you risk producing too much foam.

Spray the do-it-yourself cleaner on the surface you want to wash and gently scrub it with a sponge.

Tip: Be careful with silicone-finished shower parts — for which vinegar may be too corrosive.

Let the spray sit on the surface for about 30 minutes before rinsing with cold water. You will immediately see how easily you can remove the dirt.

This preparation is also ideal for floors. Be careful not to go over surfaces that are still wet or soapy you might fall over! Your bathroom will be spotlessly clean in no time. No need to worry about the strong smell of vinegar the acrid aroma will go away on its own!

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