Every time you take a bath, rinse the tub’s surface and wipe off excess moisture. This can help prevent mildew, soap scum, and grime from building up on the surface. Dish soap can clean the most stubborn, slimy of soap buildups.
Cleaning Hacks: How to remove grime and mould in the bathroom
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you remove stubborn shower grime?
Combine equal amounts of vinegar and water into a spray bottle, then add one tablespoon of dish detergent. Spray the solution on the soap scum, and allow it to sit for about 15 minutes. When you return, scrub it with a soft-bristle scrub brush, and rinse with hot water. Dry thoroughly.
How do I clean old grime from my bathroom counters and tub?
For tough stains: place a towel soaked in a vinegar and baking soda paste or hydrogen peroxide onto the stain(s) and allow the towel to sit for up to 1-hour. Use a cloth or sponge to remove the dissolved dirt and scum from the tub. Rinse the tub and use a microfiber cloth to remove excess paste or solution.
What can I use to clean soap scum off bathroom glass?
Pour one cup of baking soda into a small plastic bowl and add about one-fourth cup of distilled white vinegar , or just enough to form a thick paste. The mixture will fizz and when it stops, dip a microfiber cloth or sponge into the paste and apply to the glass doors. Let the paste remain on the glass for at least 15 minutes.