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How do you get your shower cubicle sparkling clean with little effort?

8 replies

TimeForMe · 25/06/2007 12:58

I'm talking glass panels, glass door, plasticy base completely tiled shower cubicle.

I hate it! It takes me ages to get it sparkly then as soon as i turn my back it's streaky and scummy again!

Any tips greatly appreciated. TIA

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Desiderata · 25/06/2007 13:00

Get a shower window cleaner: one of those T shaped things with the rubber strip.

Use it whenever you've finished showering ... or if you forget, spray some cleaner on the tiles and do it afterwards.

Either way, it's by far the quickest method.

If you really want sparkle, spray a little all surface polish on (dry) tiles and buff with a soft cloth.

GlassSlipper · 25/06/2007 13:00

ecover limescale remover

tissy · 25/06/2007 13:00

get a squeegee, you can give everything a quick squeegee over when you finish your shower, and it'll sparkle.

gybegirl · 25/06/2007 13:05

Get an e cloth from lakeland (the blue one). They are just brilliant. Just use them damp (no chemicals at all) and they'll clean glass, stainless steel, mirrors etc so easily and streak free in seconds.

JolieGirl · 25/06/2007 13:08

tried everything below - too much effort or did not work. last week saw Cillit Bang for soap scum -it works a treat!! No scrubbing. Stinks a bit and the associated ads are beyond irritating hence I resisted trying it for ages but it does what it says it will, I am converted

ChippyMinton · 25/06/2007 13:11

I've been using Astonish shower spray on the screen after showereing for the last few weeks and it does seem to keep the white streaks at bay.

yaddayah · 25/06/2007 13:17

Another vote for ecover limescale .. it doesn't make me choke like other stuff either..

Anna8888 · 28/06/2007 07:35

Ajax Shower Power on an e-cloth (the rough one, basic model) and rub, bit of bleach in the corners, blue glass/mirror e cloth to finish off

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