How to Clean a Shower Curtain And Liner

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How to Clean a Shower Curtain And Liner

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It’s not always easy to clean a shower curtain and liner. As it ages, dirt collects in the fabric of the curtains, which can lead to mold. You may have considered replacing your old shower curtains with new ones but are reluctant because you don’t want to spend the money.
The good news is that there are many ways you can get your shower curtain looking new without using a lot of money.

How to Clean a Shower Curtain:

-Fill a bathtub with hot water and add one cup of bleach. Soak the shower curtain for 30 minutes.
-Rinse the shower curtain with cold water and hang it up to dry.

How to Clean a Shower Liner:

-Fill a bathtub with hot water and add two cups of vinegar. Soak the shower liner for 30 minutes.
-Rinse the shower liner with cold water and hang it up to dry.

-If you have any stubborn stains on your shower curtain, mix one cup of bleach in hot water and soak for thirty minutes. Rinse thoroughly before hanging up to dry. -If you have any stubborn stains on your liner, fill a bathtub with two cups of vinegar, and soak for 30 minutes will get rid of them.

To prevent mold build-up from occurring again after cleaning your shower curtain or liner, use distilled white vinegar instead of fabric softener when washing towels or other laundry items that come into contact with wet surfaces inside the bathroom where there is steam.

Use distilled white vinegar and not fabric softener when washing towels or other laundry items that come into contact with wet surfaces inside the bathroom where there is steam. Be sure to clean your curtains and liners every month, which will help prevent mold build-up.

Clean Shower Curtain Rings

To keep your shower curtain looking its best, it’s important to clean the rings that hold it up every so often. Here is an easy way to do this:
-Pour a small amount of ammonia into a bowl.
-Dip each ring into the ammonia for about 30 seconds.
-Rinse the rings off with cold water and dry them with a towel.
Replace Shower Curtain Liner

If you have had your current shower curtain liner for more than two years, it’s time to replace it. Over time, the vinyl will become brittle and start cracking, leading to moisture seeping through and creating mold problems. To avoid this, replace your shower curtain liner every two years.
-Over time, the vinyl will become brittle and start cracking, leading to moisture seeping through and creating mold problems. Replace your shower curtain liner every two years.

After cleaning both your curtains and liners, it is important to properly maintain them regularly to last as long as possible while continuing to look their best. Here are some easy ways that you can do this:
-It’s important to clean the rings that hold up your curtains regularly with ammonia water so they won’t rust or break over time! Regularly changing old shower liners can help prevent mold build-up from occurring again after washing.