Tips To Clean Your Shower the Right Way
When you’re having a relaxing hot shower, the last thing you want to worry about is keeping the shower area clean. As long as you can get yourself clean and spotless, who cares about the shower area right? The problem is that once you start neglecting the shower’s hygiene too much, it can get out of hand and by the time you actually make an effort to clean it, the task could become cumbersome.
But it’s never too late to give your shower some good cleaning time. Even if you’ve neglected your shower area for a while, with a few helpful tips you can get it into its original condition.
Common Cleaning Problems in the Shower
- Clogged drains and gutters
- Salt water stains and grime on the steel of the taps
- Stains on the shower doors
Your shower drains could get clogged by various things including your hair, conditioner or shampoo, pet hair, moisturizers, body scrubs and even drain cleaners. The best way to prevent your drain from getting clogged is to remove the potential obstruction beforehand. Using a hair catcher to remove your hair from the gutter can help.
If your drain is already clogged, you should use hot water and plumbing to open it up. If the problem persists, you might need to call your plumber.
Cleaning Stains and Grime
Vinegar is the best remedy for the water stains on your shower door and taps. Alternatively, you could use a commercial product such as a glass cleaning liquid to wash away the water stains on your shower door. These products already have synthetic vinegar as their active ingredient.
For removing stains and grime on your shower taps, mix a solution of vinegar and water and apply in on the stained areas. Cover the taps with a plastic wrap overnight for the vinegar to completely break down the stains in a closed, ideal environment.
Cleaning your shower area can become much easier if you do it regularly instead of leaving it unattended for months. Make time for shower cleaning at least once a month in your schedule to avoid hardy, stubborn stains and majorly clogged gutters. Contact a professional house cleaner if you are unable to get the job done. Call 2 Maids & A Bucket, serving Centreville, today!