It’s funny how something in a place that cleans you off gets so dirty. Showers, bathroom grout, and shower curtains get hit with suds nearly every day yet still end up covered with so much grime. Cleaning them can be a confusing process, too—should they be hand washed, or can they go in a washer? Can you use bleach or spot treatment on them?
Protect your bathroom floor and keep the water in the bathtub with the 100 Percent Waterproof Ultimate Shield Fabric Shower Curtain Liner. Using patented technology, the polyester shower curtain's laminated backing creates a protective barrier for your shower liner to prevent water from getting through. It features the soft, comfortable feel of fabric with the function of a vinyl shower liner. The Better Homes & Gardens waterproof shower liner is treated with an agent to resist mildew. A…
If you have a shower curtain or liner that comes in contact with the side of your shower stall or tub while it dries, you have probably noticed that where it makes contact is where you see mold and mildew. Thats because its not drying fast enough to keep those nasty critters at bay.
When you hang a new shower curtain and its plastic-y odor almost knocks you over, that can give you pause. It’s a not-so-subtle reminder of PVC and other toxic ingredients that are in the liner, offgassing into your home. The good news is, there are alternatives out there that repel water just fine, and last much longer than vinyl: 1.
Have you ever stayed over a friend or relatives home only to wake up in the morning to hit the shower and be confronted with an onslaught of mold and mildew on the shower liner? Most people clean their shower liner by removing it and throwing it away. But that can be very costly if you're replacing a shower liner ever month. Here's a real simple cleaning method that will save you time and money.