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May 26, 2021

How to Maintain and Clean Your Shower

How to Maintain and Clean Your Shower Painstakingly scrubbing grout lines with a toothbrush is no one’s idea of a good time. So, how can you avoid this chore while still keeping your shower looking fresh? One solution is to incorporate mini-cleaning into your shower routine or just afterward. It’s fast and easy, and most importantly, can prevent your shower space from becoming a mess of mildew due to procrastination. To quickly clean and maintain your shower, focus on:

  • Removing moisture – Squeegee your shower walls and glass doors after every shower. Mildew thrives in a damp environment, so wicking water away will help prevent its spread.
  • Tackling the grout – Home cleaning professionals recommend scrubbing your grout once every two or three weeks using a 1:5 vinegar/water mixture to prevent mildew from spreading. Pro tip: Avoid using bleach on grout because it strips away water repellency, making grout even more susceptible to mildew.
  • Clean the tiles – Once every week, use the 1:5 vinegar/water solution to clean the tiles, or simply spray the walls with a shower cleaner diluted 10 parts water to one part cleaner. In either case, just spray the dilution and let it dry.

At Dreamstyle Remodeling, we install visually striking, low-maintenance shower systems. These showers are formulated with anti-microbial protection that limits mold and mildew growth. That means, to restore your Dreamstyle shower’s luster, simply rinse with soap and water on occasion. Our skilled technicians can install our showers to fit any shower space seamlessly, whether it’s a traditional alcove shower or a customized stall. Contact Dreamstyle Remodeling today to learn more.

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