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    Default ? on Shower Cleaner Stuff & How to clean Linoleum Floors

    I was wondering if anyone has a recipe for that shower cleaner stuff.

    I also wonder what you guys use for cleaning your linoleum floors.
    Thanks,
    Nancy

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    Shower Scum Cleaner Equal Parts:waterEra Liquid DetergentClorox 11 Liquid
    BleachMix all in a spray bottle.TO USE:Spray walls and let stand 10-15 minutes,
    then wipe off with a cloth or sponge then rinse.-------------------------------
    -------------------- Caution:Label as POISON and keep out of the reach of
    children. Note-------Be sure to use Clorox 11 Liquid Bleach----powder does not
    work.It really worked for me.

    From: Nancy Nagel <dln1211@yahoo.com>
    Date: Sat Apr 19, 2003 6:31 pm
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    > hydrogen peroxide
    > cream of tartar
    >
    > Mix into paste
    >
    > "I tried the bathtub cleaner last night. I made a small amount of the paste
    > and
    > used a wire brush on the shower floor (non-tile - more like a molded
    > plastic).
    > I only did it half heartedly at one end and a 'streak' down the center,
    > then I
    > rinsed it and walked away. This morning I went into the bathroom to take a
    > shower and nearly died! Man, does that stuff WORK! I can't wait to clean
    > the
    > rest of it."
    >

    How much of these 2 did you have to use to make enough to do your bathtub?
    tia
    Susieq

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    What I like best is to spray on diluted white vinegar on the shower walls
    after having a shower and then just walk away. Boy does it cut down on the
    amount of mildew and soap build up (ie. saves you a lot of time later when
    cleaning the shower walls).

    Lisa B.

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    Lisa,

    What dilution of white vinegar?

    Linda Dulin

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    I personally use about 1 part vinegar to 1 part water. I used to have
    problems with pink mildew (?) on the caulking and soap buildup on the walls
    but these both have become a thing of the past using just the vinegar-water
    mixture daily. I have other recipes for shower wall cleaners (from the
    internet) but they require more ingredients and would end up costing me
    more. I try to allows find the easiest and cheapiest method to do something
    as long as it is just as effective of the other methods. I have used diluted
    (1:1) cheapie commercial shower cleaner with good results too.

    Lisa B.

    From: "Lisa B." <lbilton@sympatico.ca>
    Date: Mon Apr 21, 2003 6:07 pm
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    Thanks for the ideas. I like the vinegar idea. I can get shower
    cleaner at the dollar store once in a while, so maybe I will dilute
    it and see how it works.
    Thanks again,
    Nancy

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    Default How to remove mold?

    I need to remove mold from the bathroom shower and windows. How can i remove
    it with out having to redo my bathroom?

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