Cleaning Shower Floors
Take the pain out of cleaning the bathroom shower floor, tiles, grout and glass doors. It’s not nearly as hard to do as you might think. All you need is baking soda, a stiff brush and some elbow grease.
Have you ever sprayed harsh, bleach loaded chemicals around your bathroom shower floor only to find a few days later that the dirt is back? It’s frustrating to go to all the expense and hard work of cleaning that shower floor only to see it looking just as bad much too soon.
If you’re using a bleach based product that sprays on and wipes off easily you may only be bleaching the dirt, not removing it. Your shower floor looks shiny and white for a short time but then the scum returns almost overnight.
You didn’t remove the dirt, you just poured chemicals down the drain, emptied your pocket of a couple dollars and most likely got a headache from the fumes.
If you want to take some of the pain out of scrubbing, try battery operated Scrubbing Brushes. Add baking soda to the power of the scrubbing brushes and you will have a clean, scum free bathroom in no time, minus the pain of rubbing, bending and kneeling so long.
We tried it; we liked it! No more toxic fumes for us – just a clean shower floor that lasts so much longer because we aren’t just bleaching the soap scum – we are removing it painlessly.
How to Clean Without Bleach
To clean your shower floor, spray the floor with a mist of water, sprinkle liberally with Baking Soda (affiliate link) and scrub with a stiff brush. It requires a little bit of elbow grease but it’s not nearly as hard to do as you might think.
Rise with water and enjoy the clean floor and the smell of … nothing. That’s what clean should smell like – nothing.