How on EARTH do you get your shower clean?!? When we designed our bathroom in February of this year we were pretty excited to be able to fit in a separate shower cubicle rather than having it over the bath.
It makes our bathroom look very modern (if you look past the currently purple walls – thats a whole other story) and I thought it would make my life a lot easier for bathing Piglet rather than having shower screens to contend with. We were thrilled with the design – but now I can’t work out how to get the damn shower clean!
Through the remodel process our bathroom has taken a bit of a battering. After the shower was installed there was a fair amount more work that was still to be carried out. That meant that before we even got in to use it the shower was filthy.
I feel like I’ve tried everything – EVERYTHING – to get it clean. The rest of the room is sparkling, but no matter what I do the shower cubicle has water marks on it.
I started with the standard cleaning products, because thats what I’ve always used in the past. They did nothing, if anything I actually think they made it look worse. I thought I totally had a secret weapon up my sleeve – my Steam Cleaner. That bad boy sails through the cleaning in the kitchen so I didn’t doubt it would do the trick.
Well I was wrong. As far as I could see the steam cleaner merely served to bake on and water marks as opposed to make any difference in helping me remove them (the rest of the bathroom is squeaky clean thanks to it though!).
Steam cleaner ditched, I moved on to window cleaner. I was hoping that the vinegar would help the issue. It did…… a bit. The shower now looks clean from a distance, but once you walk up to it the water marks are obvious.
Driving. Me. Crazy.
The rest of the bathroom is complete now, and I’ve been loving the option of having a bath….. on the odd occasion Piglet lets me. To celebrate that I have a £10 gift voucher to give away in exchange for your tips for getting your shower clean!
So leave them in the comments – hopefully one will do the trick!
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