Ideally keeping a daily eye on the cleanliness of your shower with ensure that your shower
remains sparklingly clean.
Shower Tray: Clean the base with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner. If you live in a hard water area you will also need to use a limescale remover about once per week.
Cleaning the Shower Screens: The easiest was of cleaning the shower screen is to us a solution of washing-up liquid. If you have a folding shower screen make sure you pay particular attention to the hinge sections, which can get very dirty. Use a limescale remover to clean off any white watermarks.
Cleaning Your Shower Head: You can descale this with a liquid descaler and an old toothbrush. Or my preferred option soak the shower head in a solution of white vinegar and water and leave for a couple of hours. I also find that lemon juice works really well too.
Mould: Damp areas may be susceptible to mould which appears as black spores. Ideally to clean it off, spray with a fungicide and re-spray regularly to prevent further mould growth.
Discoloured Grout: Try cleaning with an old toothbrush and a solution of diluted household bleach.