Getting dirty in the shower
Soapy film on tub and tiles, dingy grout. Zap scum and mildew. Before you grab your favorite tub-and-tile spray cleaner, ventilate the room by opening a window or at least the door. Then work on the shower in three vertical sections — this will cut down on fumes and prevent the cleaner from drying before you wipe it.
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This post contains affiliate links to support the maintenance of this site. I am always amazed at how quickly a shower can become moldy, grimy and dirty! Using all natural soap to clean my skin exacerbates the problem of soap scum and dirt build up. Also, our city water tends to be on the hard side and our shower often has hard water stains that accumulate on every surface. I am not giving up my soap or city water so I need a solution for quick cleaning.
When was the last time you gave your shower a bath? Or slipping on a floor slick with soap-scum? Hey, why not?