When was the last time you gave your shower a bath? Or slipping on a floor slick with soap-scum? Hey, why not? Plus, steamy walls are easier to clean. Here's what you should do during those two minutes after you shower off.
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21 Things That Will Clean Any Dirty Bathroom And We Have The Proof
Your shower may be where you go to get clean, but it can be a thriving haven for mildew and grime. No matter how dirty your shower is, there is a strategy to clean each part. Make sure to block the drain so you can collect the hair. To clean a shower, start by cleaning the drain using ammonia diluted with boiling water. Just pour the mixture down the drain to dissolve any dirt and grime.
According to University of Arizona professor of microbiology Charles Gerba, who has conducted many studies of household bacteria, pretty darn gross. Whether you divvy up your antibacterial blitz into small sessions or complete it in one fell swoop, implementing these habits every couple of months will be like flushing your worries down the…well, you know. What to do: Take it from the top: Pour an ample amount of white vinegar into a plastic grocery bag enough to fully submerge the shower head nozzle and tie it in place for an overnight soaking. Remove it in the morning and run the water to rinse.