The essential baking soda and white vinegar
If you have not yet discovered the virtues of the duo baking soda et White vinegar, your bathroom cleaning routine is about to change for the better. This liner effectively gets rid of stains, limescale and even mold in your shower cubicle.
Here’s how to do it: Mix equal parts baking soda and white vinegar to make a light paste. Apply this paste to dirty or scaled areas and leave to act for 15 to 20 minutes. Then scrub with a soft brush and rinse with clean water.
Lemon treatment for limescale removal
The citron is one of the most effective natural removers against limescale which often accumulates on the walls of the shower cubicle. To use this trick, cut a lemon in half, use one half to rub directly on the sides. Leave it on for 10 minutes, then rinse with water.
Natural and economical steam cleaning
Using a cleaner steam to clean your shower stall can allow you to reduce the use of cleaning products. Steam easily loosens dirt and limescale, making them easier to remove. It is therefore a more economical and more environmentally friendly solution.
The disinfecting power of tea tree essential oil
The essential oil of tea tree is known for its powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties. Add a few drops of this essential oil to your regular cleaner to prevent the spread of germs and mold in your shower stall.
Use a Shower Squeegee to Prevent Dirt Buildup
While we tend to focus on cleaning products, the tool you use can make a noticeable difference, especially when it comes to the shower stall. A shower squeegee can be an asset to prevent the accumulation of dirt, soap and limescale.
Run the squeegee over the walls of your shower cubicle after each use to limit the build-up of residue. By using these tips, you will make your shower cubicle a sparkling place, more pleasant to use and to see. And the best part is that you respect the planet and your wallet!