Quick and dirty cleaning tipπŸ˜† (Reader discretion advised)πŸ˜†



One of my favourite cleaning tips to give people is to clean the shower right before you take one! You know you’re going to get wet and it’s just too dangerous to reach that far without getting in your tub or shower stall, so why not just do some naked cleaning of your shower!!!!!!πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰One important point to mention is that when you spray your mixture on, spray the higher parts and let it drip down your wall. You could spray the tub first, wait, wipe, then rinse away before getting in the tub to clean the walls. This mixture is soap, so once water is added to rinse it will become very slippery until rinsed away, so be careful if you are standing in your tub.!πŸ‘ˆπŸ‘ˆ

The second very important tip I’ll mention here is what I use to clean the shower; soap scum and all. Β I use an equal parts mixture of Dawn liquid soap and vinegar. Β  Just shake gently, spray on, wait 5-15 minutes (depending on how much build up your walls have) then wipe down (easy, NO elbow grease needed) and rinse away!

I prefer to use environmentallyΒ friendly cleaners, but have always struggled to find a good one for soap scum removal. Β But, this simple half and half mixture really is that easy and works better than anything I’ve tried!

There you have it, your Simply Susan tip of the day!πŸ˜†

Shake it up and rinse on!


5 thoughts on “Quick and dirty cleaning tipπŸ˜† (Reader discretion advised)πŸ˜†

  1. I love this! I often do the spray that has such a strong bleach smell right before getting in, then I scrub the corners and rinse it during the shower. It is the only way I can stand the smell while it is being intermingled with shampoo and shower gel. I just love your tips!

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