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post #1 of Old 05-02-2011, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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What's your favorite way to clean showers and what do you use?
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Good old comet and a good scrub brush.
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don't comet scratsh if you use it on shiny tiles?
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post #4 of Old 05-02-2011, 08:34 PM
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Thanks! But im not cleaning tiles!
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Method Tub & Tile cleaner with a ScotchBrite soap scum eraser. Awesome results

If there is a LOT of funk on the shower, I use BarKeeper's Friend and a scrub brush.
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Thanks! But im not cleaning tiles!
What are all your showers made of? We have about everything you can think of. We even have a house where the guy down the street did kitchen counters with some weird stuff and these people wanted their shower done with it... so they have it in their shower. I forget what the name of the stuff is.
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i use a paste made of water and baking soda. I just apply it to the stainless steel surface and leave it for the night. On the other day after rinsing I have a shiny shower

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You have a stainless steel shower?
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You have a stainless steel shower?
I was wondering the same thing? That'd be cool to see!
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Yeah, it's pretty cool, but expensive as well. That is why I don't rub or scrub it with the soda or abrasive detergents to avoid the scratches. I just make the baking soda-water paste and apply it to the surfaces without rubbing

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Are all of your showers stainless steel?
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post #12 of Old 05-09-2011, 01:15 PM
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For showers that have tile, cleaning the grout can be tough. Check out oxygen bleach for cleaning tile grout on floors and walls. And there's always good old elbow grease!
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