Cleaning the shower cubicle can be a hectic task. As edges are a bit tricky to clean and it will take a long time to clean it and make it shiny. We always clean it in a hurry considering that it is not that important to clean every bit of it. But seriously it is necessary to consider every corner and also to maintain that shine that will make the look of the bathroom intact. So, here we have mentioned some tips about how you can clean the shower cubicle in three easy ways.
How To Clean The Walls Of The Shower Cubicle
Whether you have glass or plastic walls in your shower cubicle, there is very little difference. In fact, the cleaning method is the same! To avoid the formation of limescale. Get yourself a spray bottle to fill with a mixture of white vinegar and warm water. Spray it on the walls and rub it with a non-abrasive sponge. Finally, rinse everything carefully and dry with a squeegee or alternatively with a microfiber cloth, in order to eliminate water droplets. Instead, to remove the most stubborn soap stains, just create a solution of denatured alcohol, white vinegar, and hot water. The result? A brilliant wall in no time!
How To Clean The Showerhead
In cleaning the shower cubicle, the shower head should also not be forgotten. In fact, due to the limestone, the holes could be clogged and consequently, the water could come out with great difficulty. Therefore an excellent solution is to immerse it in a mixture of hot water and white vinegar. Leave it to soak for about an hour and then rinse it thoroughly. If after this procedure some small holes still remain closed. Get yourself a needle to open them and permanently eliminate the limescale residues.
How To Clean The Shower Tray
As it has already been possible to guess, limestone is the worst enemy of the shower box and, if left out, the shower tray can become the ideal place for it. For this reason, it is good to act in time. Also in this case, create an emulsion with simple natural ingredients: white vinegar, baking soda, and lemon. Spray and rub this natural detergent on the shower tray with an abrasive sponge, wait a few minutes, and finally rinse thoroughly. In case there are still some traces of limescale, opt for this other solution: three tablespoons of white vinegar, three tablespoons of baking soda, and one distilled water. Rub the paste obtained with a damp sponge, leave it to act, and rinse….