Cleaning a walk-in shower is the WORST! It’s impossible to do without getting drenched, and the best cleaning products feel toxic to breathe.

Here are some easy cleaning tips for keeping your shower floor and walls clean for those who hate this household chore. You may also consider starting from scratch if it’s time for a shower replacement.

Wipe off your shower walls and glass shower doors after each use.

The best way to clean a shower is to do it every day. Ask the last person who showers to do a quick wipe over all the surfaces to remove excess water. Of course, you will need to do a deep clean every once in a while. However, this quick clean solution will help you keep soap scum at bay.

Keep a spray bottle of non-toxic cleaner for cleaning a walk-in shower.

Some people prefer to shower during bathroom cleaning. If this works for you, keep a small shower caddy nearby with natural cleaners (such as a spray bottle with equal parts white vinegar and dish soap) and a scrub brush. Every once in a while, you might need to remove all of your shampoo, conditioner, and soap and give the surfaces a good scrub. However, regular cleaning while you are showering may keep your shower from getting too disgusting.

Make sure your cleaning solution is appropriate for your shower surfaces.

Not all cleaning supplies are appropriate for every type of surface. Read labels and manufacturers’ recommendations before spraying your entire shower with a caustic cleaning agent.

For example, you may only need baking soda and warm water to clean your marble or natural stone shower. However, you may want to attack your fiberglass shower floor with a Magic Eraser to remove grime and soap scum.

shower door cleaning

There’s tons of online advice on how to clean glass shower doors. Some swear by the vinegar solution and a microfiber cloth. However, some water sources have more mineral deposits than others. So you might need more potent cleaning agents to clean the shower door where you live.

Don’t forget to clean the showerhead!

Attach a baggie of vinegar around your shower head with a rubber band, and let it soak for a while. Then gently scrub it with a soft toothbrush.

Key Takeaways

  • The key to a clean shower is cleaning it before it needs it.
  • White vinegar, dish soap, and hot water are excellent non-toxic cleaning agents.
  • If you can’t get rid of stains no matter how much you scrub, it might be time for a shower replacement.

Is your shower beyond help? Then, turn to Woodbridge Shower and Bath.

If no amount of elbow grease or tile cleaner seems to eliminate the mildew on your walk-in shower floor, it might be time to replace it with a low-maintenance option. Contact Woodbridge Shower and Bath to learn about stylish and durable shower replacement options.

Woodbridge Shower and Bath offers only top-tier products. And we hire the best-certified installers who can complete the bathroom remodel project with minimal disruptions.

Woodbridge Shower and Bath do replacement showers that fit every budget. We also can help you with shower enclosures and doors. Do you need a shower option for someone with limited mobility? We can help you with this as well.

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