Cleaning the bathroom can be a tedious task, especially when you have to deal with hard water mineral buildup on shower walls and floors. Fortunately, vinegar is a cost-effective and eco-friendly solution to tackle this problem. Here’s how to use vinegar to clean mineral buildup in your shower.
First, gather your cleaning supplies. You’ll need white vinegar, a spray bottle, a scrub brush, and a bucket of warm water. Next, dilute the vinegar by mixing equal parts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Spray the solution on the affected areas and let it sit for 15-20 minutes.
Use the scrub brush to gently scrub the walls and floor to remove the mineral buildup. Rinse the shower walls and floor with warm water and wipe dry with a clean towel.
For tougher mineral buildup, you can apply undiluted vinegar and let it sit for a longer period before scrubbing. Avoid using vinegar on marble or stone surfaces as it can damage them.
With this simple method, your shower will be sparkling clean in no time. Remember to wear gloves and keep the bathroom well-ventilated while cleaning with vinegar.