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    Quote Originally Posted by nicB2 View Post
    I have one of those sponge sticks that you fill with dish washing liquid for washing dishes for my shower. it has about 1/4 dish washing liquid and 3/4 vinegar in it - just rub it over the whole shower and rinse off, easy and great results much better than any of the other products I have tried!
    I do the same. I give one side of the shower a clean each day. Only takes 2 minutes. What I have found makes a HUGE difference is making sure the shower is dry after. I give it a quick wipe with a microfibres cloth and it has been clean ever since.

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    Another white vinegar user here. And squeegy the glass and tiles quickly after last shower means actual cleaning is required a lot less often.
    And Enjo the rest of the bathroom.
    Don't own any 'cleaning isle' products.

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    I've been meaning to get back online and thank everyone for their replies. Given the great reviewer, I have gone out and bout some Gumption. I haven't tried it out just yet but will do so in the next few days, so fingers crossed!
    I am interested in trying baking soda and vinegar though, but I have a question (maybe a dumb one) about how you use this. Do you make a mix of both in a spray bottle, or do you somehow shake the baking soda on then spray with vinegar alone? How about on the wall tiles in the shower?

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    I use 100% vinegar on my grout. I have it in a spray bottle and spray the grout a few times a week to stop mould growing. Because I quickly squeegy the glass & tiles straight after showering I never really have to scrub the shower because dirt doesn't build up. Every now and then the floor grout looks grubby so I scrub with a toothbrush and some Enjo paste which is like gumption.

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    Does anyone dilute the vinegar with water for cleaning? I have a cast iron bath tub I can't clean with chemicals.

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    I usually just sprinkle baking soda and then pour a little vinegar on it and make a paste. Do whatever you feel is easiest but a spray bottle won't work because once they combine its quite thick!

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    Wipes for the shower screen, not sure which brand. Easy Off Bam for everything else.

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    I just recently discovered magic erasers. I originally bought it to wipe away marks on walls and skirting boards and have since discovered it cleans just about everything. I used it to clean the shower and it gets rid of soap scum easy and my screen was super shiny! I squeegee after every shower still. I've also gotten rid of colored marks on the tub from the bath toys with it

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    tea tree oil for the toilet. Amazing stuff.

    Windex for the mirrors.

    And gumption and/or something Earth choice for the surfaces.

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    So what do you use on your glass doors? I am worried scratching them trying to get all the scum off and am sick of using all the chemicals.


 

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