Cleaning shower tile is pretty much the same across the board.

I love the first shower I take after cleaning my shower heads. I feel extra squeaky clean.

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  • Great post, Becky. I love all the options. I’ve tried the vinegar/dish soap and didn’t love it. I’m interested to try your recipe for the daily shower cleaner. Can’t wait to see my hubby’s face when I tell him I need to buy vodka to clean the shower. Lol.

    Great post, Becky. I love all the options. I’ve tried the vinegar/dish soap and didn’t love it. I’m interested to try your recipe for the daily shower cleaner. Can’t wait to see my hubby’s face when I tell him I need to buy vodka to clean the shower. Lol.

  • Hi Andrea,
    Great article today! I completely agree with you as I used to feel the same way. Now, when I tell people I clean my shower once a month, I feel like they look at me like I’m not a clean person. Actually at the one month mark- it is still pretty sparkling clean. I don’t use scrubbing bubbles anymore, as the fumes from the chemicals would about kill me, and I didn’t want the chemicals remaining in the tub (I have 2 small children who take baths). I also clean for a living and the most amazing product I have found that works better on soap scum, dirt, rust spots (shaving cream rings) and adhesive, then any chemical cleaner is Melaleucas’ Tub and Tile cleaner. I use it as you do, Spray it on, wait about 10 mins- get IN the shower, clean, and rinse. It is amazing AND I can breathe freely the whole time. I also use Melaleucas’ Daily No Work after my shower, but I am the only family member that does and even after 2 years of using this, I am always amazed at how sparkling my tub and shower look each time I get in. So I always say that i clean the shower once a month whether it needs it or not. lol

    Great post! I’m going to try your recipes!
    How do you rinse your shower? Do you keep a cup along with your tools? Another spray bottle? I don’t mind cleaning the shower, it’s the rinsing that gets me. Ugh.

    Clean Shower Is Not A Cleaner, It Is a Treatment That Prevents Buildups
    by: Anonymous

    This product does not actually work as a cleanser, so you wouldn't use it that way. It works by adding something to the surface (when sprayed on after a shower while the surfaces are still wet) that prevents/retards the normal build-ups from occurring. That's why you have to start with a clean shower and still clean it with other cleansers once in a while, just not as often as if you didn't use it.

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    Hi Andrea,
    Great article today! I completely agree with you as I used to feel the same way. Now, when I tell people I clean my shower once a month, I feel like they look at me like I’m not a clean person. Actually at the one month mark- it is still pretty sparkling clean. I don’t use scrubbing bubbles anymore, as the fumes from the chemicals would about kill me, and I didn’t want the chemicals remaining in the tub (I have 2 small children who take baths). I also clean for a living and the most amazing product I have found that works better on soap scum, dirt, rust spots (shaving cream rings) and adhesive, then any chemical cleaner is Melaleucas’ Tub and Tile cleaner. I use it as you do, Spray it on, wait about 10 mins- get IN the shower, clean, and rinse. It is amazing AND I can breathe freely the whole time. I also use Melaleucas’ Daily No Work after my shower, but I am the only family member that does and even after 2 years of using this, I am always amazed at how sparkling my tub and shower look each time I get in. So I always say that i clean the shower once a month whether it needs it or not. lol

I like to use Rain-X once per week to clean the shower doors.

You just cleaned off the water spots, so why would you allow more water spots to form? Drying off the door and tiles is an essential step in cleaning your shower. Additionally, drying off the tiles post-shower every morning will slow down the growth of mold, mildew and soap scum in the first place.