How to Clean Your Shower Curtain and Shower Curtain Liner

How to Clean Your Shower Curtain and Shower Curtain Liner

How often do you clean your shower curtain or shower curtain liner? While it may seem like an unimportant task, it really is something you should be adding to your cleaning list. Think about how often the shower is used in your home. Every time water is running in the shower, there are more opportunities for germs, hard-water deposit buildup, and mold to collect.

Ideally, you should be washing your shower curtain and liner once a month. While it may seem like anything related to cleaning your bathroom is the worst chore of all home cleaning chores, cleaning these items might be easier than you think!

You can clean your shower liner with a cloth and baking soda. Simply sprinkle some baking soda on the cloth, dampen it with water and scrub the entire curtain with the solution. Rinse the curtain off with warm water and repeat until the curtain is wiped away of all soap scum and water stains. You can also spot treat the shower liner with an all-purpose cleaner and cloth, no need to take the liner off the shower rod for small spots.

When it comes to the shower curtain, it can be thrown right in the washer. Put a few towels in with it, and run it with hot water on the gentle cycle with your regular laundry detergent. Then, let it hang to dry.

So, you’ve got your shower curtain and liners cleaned, but what about the glass shower door in the master bathroom? Check out our tips on how to hard water, soap scum, and mildew from your shower door.

Now that your shower accessories are nice and clean, why not have the rest of the bathroom deep cleaned as well? Visit The Cleaning Authority today for a free online estimate.

More Posts Like This
  • What Kind of Products do Housecleaners Use?

    When determining the right cleaning company for you, it’s important to know the deal with cleaning products. First and foremost, you should ask if you will be required to provide the products, or if the housecleaners will. This is important to know because it may create a larger cost to you than you realize if you need to provide your own products.

    Read More
  • Ways to Avoid a Messy Office

    Work can be stressful, and having an unorganized office space can add even more stress to your day. It can also waste time. Studies show that the average office employee spends six weeks per year looking for something. Here are some tips to save time, alleviate that stress, and help clean your office.

    Read More
  • Our 5 Favorite Products for Organized Tupperware

    Keeping Tupperware organized can be one of the hardest things to do in the kitchen. We want to help you to get yours in better order. Check out these products that will help you achieve the Tupperware shelf or cabinet of your dream!

    Read More