Cleaning Shower Stalls

The shower is one of the dirtiest areas in your home. Sometimes we tend to neglect cleaning it because we can’t see most of the dirt and grime until it accumulates visibly. The bathroom is also an ideal environment for mould to grow. As you probably know, mold is not only unsightly, but could also be very harmful for your health. That is why all the shower area must be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
No matter how dirty your shower stalls got, you won’t need to call end of tenancy cleaning Bromley team to clean them for you. You could make the cleaning solution yourself by using products that you could find in every home. They are cheap, non-toxic and environment friendly. Here are some steps that you could follow while cleaning the shower stalls:

  1. Remove all shampoos, soaps and other cosmetics from the shower area.
  2. Make a cleaner by mixing one liter of hot water, ½ cup of white vinegar, ½ cup of ammonia and ¼ cup of baking soda and stir well.
  3. Dip a sponge in your homemade cleaning solution and use it to scrub the interior of the shower stall. Carefully clean the floor or the tub and rinse with warm water.
  4. Use a solution of one cup of white vinegar and one cup of water to clean the shower curtains, shower door, faucets, handles and the shower head. Rinse with warm water and dry with a soft cloth.
  5. Open the shower drain. Use the sponge and the vinegar solution to rub the area around the drain. Put plastic gloves on and grab any hair and soap clumps out of the drain. Pour the cleaning solutions you used down the drain. This will help to remove any soap scum, hair and other sorts of dirt that has accumulated in the drain. Vinegar works as a natural disinfectant and deodorizer and will kill germs and bacteria in the drain and remove the unpleasant drain odor.

If you follow these simple steps, given by the professional Bromley cleaners, you will be able to keep your shower stall clean and free from germs and bacteria.


June 17, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


Lisa Header is a housewife who really doesn't like cleaning. That is why she always looks for tips to ease the cleaning process and doesn't mind to share them with other people.

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