How to Keep Your Shower Clean

The shower is your faithful servant, helping you get clean as a whistle before you begin your day. Have you taken the time lately to repay the favor? It may seem counter-intuitive, but showers too need to be cleaned from time to time, in order to remain safe and do their job efficiently.

It is important to take preventative measures to clean your showerhead and drain, before they start showing symptoms of malfunction such as clogs. This infographic provides chemical-free solutions for maintaining your shower’s functionality. Make cleaning your drain a routine that you practice every one to two months, to avoid a buildup. Follow our tips for keeping your shower curtain clean, free of mold, and mildew resistant. Finally, use white vinegar to clean mineral clogs from your showerhead, ensuring an even spray that is free of mineral buildup.

What causes these mineral buildups? The usual culprit is hard water. If you find yourself constantly encountering mineral clogs, it may be worth your while to take a hard water test, in order to find out what you’re dealing with. In addition to rendering your cleaning products less effective, hard water can also leave your skin feeling itchy and dry. If the test confirms you indeed have hard water, consider installing a water filtration system. In addition to improving the quality of your hard water, it can help to weed out harsh chemicals. The amount of chlorine that enters the body during a shower is actually more than is consumed when drinking unfiltered tap water!

If you think the cleanliness of your shower might not be up to par, read on for great cleaning tips that will soon become routine!