Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Works For me Wednesday! Quick Shower cleaning tip...


Rocks in my dryer (http://rocksinmydryer.typepad.com/ ) hosts a Work For Me Wednesday and I thought I would join in!

My tip for this Works For me Wednesday is a quick shower cleaning tip. My hubby works his tail off working 2 jobs. he works in a factory during the day as a journeyman mold maker and in the evenings and weekends he has his own auto body shop to where he restores cars (some have literally been hauled out of a junkyard and brought to him to fix). He does everything from engine work to sewing the interior to body work and paint. Neither one of these jobs are "clean jobs"....bringing me to my shower situation. I almost always have a constant "grease rubbing" on my shower walls (tub surround, no tile). This is almost impossible to get off if left to sit! A couple years back, I started keeping a scrub brush in the shower. Now when I get in the shower, I use my scrub brush with a little shampoo and voila!It comes off with NO problems. Not to mention it saves time being as I clean my shower while I am IN the shower....it doesn't seem like and extra chore to me:) After I clean it I take my towel and wipe it down. Simple! I don't know if it will work for you, but it certainly works for me!


4 comments:

SAHMmy Says said...

Great tip! I keep a Magic Eraser in the shower and do one wall each day while I'm in there. I hate cleaning my shower, so I agree that it's much easier to clean when you're already showering!

Kristin said...

Great tip - I hate cleaning the shower...come to think of it, I hate cleaning anything!

ChatterboxLS. said...

ang - you just wanted to share to the world that you clean in the nude, didn't you??

lori

HopewellMomSchool said...

FYI A "Car Guy" I know said when he thoroughly cleans his shower he then WAXES the sides/surround [not the actual tub!!] with car wax. It helps get the "gunk" off. I have not personally tried this, but a few friends have had home builders tell them this for their surrounds. Not for tile though.