by Karen Bates
(last updated February 19, 2018)
Your bathroom is one area of your house that you probably don't enjoy cleaning. Some of the most disliked chores have to do with bathroom cleaning, and it's no wonder that many people try to put off bathroom cleaning tasks for as long as possible.
Unfortunately, procrastination won't cause the work to get done. In fact, the best tactic when it comes to cleaning the bathroom is to prevent messes from building up. This means you should constantly take measures to keep dirt and build-up under control so that it doesn't become a huge chore later on.
Although many people will agree that the toilet is the worst bathroom chore, cleaning the shower is one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks. The shower area of the bathroom is used often and is prone to some of the most stubborn messes in your home. Dirt, soap scum, hard water, mold, mildew, and other issues are all things you may end up needing to deal with when cleaning the shower.
To have the most success with shower care, take the task one step at a time. Clean each part of the shower to get rid of any build-up and to prevent more from showing up. To take on the shower, follow these tips:
Caring for your shower may take a little time, but the effort is well worth it.
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