Easily Clean Your Shower

To avoid bathtub rings, don't use oily bath products. But if you do continue to get them, make sure you install a water softener if you live in a hard-water area. Always rinse the tub immediately after bathing (don't forget to squeegy the walls). If a ring does form, wipe it off with undiluted ammonia (wear rubber gloves) or a wet sponge generously sprinkled with baking soda. Rinse clean and wipe dry. For a more stubborn stain, scour with automatic dishwashing detergent or rub with a cloth dipped in vinegar. To clean stains from caulking around your tub or shower, use rubbing alcohol. It also shines chrome and glass. Liquid chlorine bleach (1/4 cup to one gallon of water) will also clean caulk.
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