One of the questions I've had is in regard to a fiberglass shower or the shower that has a "white tile" look to it (but not tile). I do not use a scrubbing brush on these showers. I only use my sponge with a non-scratch surface. I squeeze on the soft scrub on the non-scratch surface of my sponge and scrub away. If there are spots of hard water or soap scum, you can scrub really hard or grab your razor blade and gently scrap of the problem area. I do not use any type of Clorox spray or Tilex on these types of showers. I only use soft scrub on a sponge.
After the shower is clean and dried, I apply furniture polish EVERY time I clean the shower. This is to protect the shower as discussed in the last cleaning my shower post. Your shower will get cleaner and cleaner as you keep up your regular cleaning schedule each 2 weeks.
Today I thought I would share cleaning tips for a jacuzzi tub. My customers LOVE to take baths and it's important for me to provide this nice relaxing time for them with a clean tub. (One day I'm gonna get one of those!).
Then I squirt soft scrub along the sides of the tub.
Then I climb in the tub to start the cleaning process.
Of course, I have my bucket full of water and my soft scrub near by to add more cleaning agent if needed.
Smaller tubs and tub/shower kits - I use Comet to clean these tubs down.
I also have a tub/shower kit and we stand in the tub to take a shower. Because Brady takes showers at his Dad's house and brings back athletes foot every time - I clean my tub almost daily too until we are decease free again in a couple of days after each trip. Then I go weekly on cleaning the tub in our shower.
More pictures of a clean....clean tub. This shower is Corian shower walls and I just clean with soft scrub on the sponge. Then rinse, dry and finish with a furniture polish protection that also leave a brilliant shine.
Cleaning the outside of the shower doors too!
The daughter's bathroom with the tub / shower I showed above.
Toilet, jacuzzi tub and shower area in master bathroom.
Here are the two sparkling sinks.
The son's bathroom. Also sparkling clean!
It is the value of being frugal and keeping the items in your home looking new forever, instead of having to replace it. Happy Cleaning!