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Old 06-07-2015, 10:29 AM   #15
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How do you clean the shower?

We got a water softener. Just spray the walls down with the shower wand, squeegee if you are picky.
Soft water solves all of our issues with mineral buildup, including pipes and faucets. Great suds, no itchy skin, spotless dishes.
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DW uses a mixture of vinegar, Dawn and water. She sprays it down and rinses. Comes clean.
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Old 06-07-2015, 04:21 PM   #17
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There is a product we use on our house ABS shower walls that work great. It is a spray on solution called "Spray and Forget" it is made by the same company that makes "Wet and Forget". Test this on a small surface before using and than follow the directions. You can google this on the Internet to find where it is sold in your area, I usually buy this at our locale Ace Hardware store. Works great and is very easy to clean the shower with just rinse every day and spray once a week with "Spray and Forget". We also use Rain-x on the glass doors to keep the water scum off of them.

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There is a product we use on our house ABS shower walls that work great. It is a spray on solution called "Spray and Forget" it is made by the same company that makes "Wet and Forget". Test this on a small surface before using and than follow the directions. You can google this on the Internet to find where it is sold in your area, I usually buy this at our locale Ace Hardware store. Works great and is very easy to clean the shower with just rinse every day and spray once a week with "Spray and Forget". We also use Rain-x on the glass doors to keep the water scum off of them.

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You say "Spray and Forget" .....but isn't this really what you meant?

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...It is a spray on solution called "Spray and Forget" it is made by the same company that makes "Wet and Forget".
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I think he did mean Spray and Forget.
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You say "Spray and Forget" .....but isn't this really what you meant?

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When I bought my first bottle which I sill have was called "Spray and Forget". I dug it out of the recycling bin. The name has been changed to " Wet and Forget for the shower" I just checked the bottle in the bath room(new) and they also have Wet and Forget Indoor". This is or mold and mildew disinfectant and cleaner. We have both for cleaning the bathrooms showers

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for future considerations - we found Rain-x applied on a CLEAN shower does wonders for how long it stays clean ! (even do this at home !)
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I wax the walls of the shower only and wipe the shower down after every use. We do that at home also...it only takes a couple of minutes and never allows that 'scum' to build up.
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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath Scrubber. It's a little different compared to the standard Magic Eraser (has a specific cleaner for soap scum and is a bit bigger).
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I picked up a jug of Wet & Forget at my local Aubuchon Hardware and it was $2 cheaper than Amazon.
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I don't really care how she gets it clean, as long as dinner is ready by 6pm.
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We have a shower squeegee and wipe the shower & door down every time after a shower. CLR or Lime-A-Way will do a great job of removing hard water scale, as will vinegar. Once it's clean you can treat the shower walls with Rain-X for easier maintenance.
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We have a shower squeegee and wipe the shower & door down every time after a shower. CLR or Lime-A-Way will do a great job of removing hard water scale, as will vinegar. Once it's clean you can treat the shower walls with Rain-X for easier maintenance.





we do the same
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When I get home from a long trip I clean the shower and tub with one of the foaming spray cleaners. They all work about the same.
The correct thing to do in the first place is to wipe out the shower and tub after every use. We do it at home and on the road, not a big deal, takes 3 minutes and you don't have to deal with that mess.
My wife used to complain but she beats me to the shower first and then I wipe it dry when I'm finished.
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