Step 1: Clear your space
Be sure to empty all products and tools from inside your shower prior to cleaning. It seems like a serious hassle, but doing this will ensure you’re cleaning every inch of the shower (plus, stains tend to accumulate beneath product bottles!).
Step 2: Rinse it down
Start by rinsing the tile and bathtub with warm water. You can use a wet Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth or your shower head to do this. A damp surface will make it much easier to clean this space!
Step 3: Mix it up
In a bucket or Wash Tub Basin of warm to hot water, add 2 capfuls of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and 1 capful of All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate.
Step 4: Give it a scrub
After the solution has dissolved, dip your Scrub Brush in the bucket and—working from top to bottom—work it into the tub and tiles using small circular motions to loosen up dirt and grime. Don’t forget the walls, faucet, and shower head! Sprinkle extra All-Purpose Bleach Alternative over areas with extra buildup.
Step 5: One last rinse
Rinse away all the cleaner from your tub and tile and wash dirt, mineral buildup, and grime down the drain.
Step 6: Get crystal clear shower doors
Stir up a 50/50 solution of Scented Vinegar and hot water, then mix in a squirt of All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate or Dish Detergent. Saturate the shower doors with the mixture and let sit for 15-20 minutes, then scrub with a Scrub Brush or Linen Knit Dish Cloth. Rinse clean with plain water. For heavy buildup, repeat the application process as needed. Finish by spraying with Glass & Mirror Cleaner and polish with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth.
Step 7: Clean shower curtains and liners
Learn how to clean shower curtains and liners with our easy (but oh so thorough) guide.