Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

So I decided to apply some Rain-X to see if it made a difference.  After I cleaned the glass, I applied the Rain-X following the instructions on the bottle.  Now, this was a brand new bottle and there were no fumes to speak of…but I know that I’ve used Rain-X in the past and it has been really stinky!  Maybe it depends on the variety you get, or maybe it’s only older bottles…but regardless, make sure to turn the bathroom fan on and open a window if you need to.  I used one microfiber rag to apply it, and another one to wipe the smudges clean after it had dried.
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

Tip: Forever Clean Shower StallBy hopeful 2 found this helpfulMay 24, 2013 FlagThis is a motivational tip, as we all already know how to clean our shower stall.As soon as you finish your shower and turn off the water, take a squeegee and press all of the residue off the surfaces and down the drain. This takes only about a minute. Then use a clean rag, a facecloth, or your bath towel from yesterday and dry down the walls and floor. Be sure to hit all the chrome and especially the sliding glass door track. If you have a shower curtain, swipe it down, especially around the bottom where it gets mildew. This takes only another minute.You will never have to buy cleaning products for the shower again, freeing up space in the cupboard. You can use that money for a latte. You will burn a few calories for the day. You will never have to dread that job, or need to use precious time on your days off work. Your conscious will always be clear, and you can sleep better nights. You won't have to apologize when company uses your bathroom.Teach your family to join in the fun. Even if they just use the yesterday's bath towel, it will be fast and easy, preventing mildew. Reward the kids for doing it. One last great tip, worthy of a thumbs up for me — use liquid soap as bar soap has fillers causing that soap film to build up. Remember — liquid soap. Use up your old shampoo as liquid soap as well. CommentWas this helpful?Helpful? YesBy Litter Gitter FlagMay 28, 20130 found this helpfulThis is a great tip. Keeping the bathroom dry prevents mold and mildew buildup and will keep your shower and tile glossy for years and years.I suggest standing on a towel while doing the wipe down. This keeps your feet from slipping while you are moving around and speeds up the process. ReplyWas this helpful?Helpful? Yes
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

Thanks to the website How To Clean Stuff, I now know how to clean the terminals to my car battery and the 10 dirtiest places in my home (ew!). If you are looking to clean anything in your home, check out this site for solid directions. The comments are extremely helpful, too. Something I’m going to do this coming weekend is take Casey’s advice: Apply Rain – X (typically used for vehicle windows) to your shower doors and you won’t have the water spots/scum/build-up from your water. The water will just run off of the glass like it does in your vehicle. I’ve also applied a coat of car wax to my shower walls (not the floor) and it has the same effect. The water just beads up and runs off. Saves A LOT of time in cleaning and elbow grease. My shower stall is the hardest place to clean in the house. I really hope the Rain-X helps. Check out How To Clean Stuff for more great articles and tips. (via Lifehacker)
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

Hi, friends!  Meredith here, from unOriginal Mom.  I have been LOVING my visits over her at Uncommon Designs…last month I shared with you tips to create a command center that works for your family, and the month before that I told you about my favorite tip for shining your stainless steel appliances.  This month, I’m excited to bring you another super simple household cleaning tip, this time for your bathroom… how to keep your shower clean with Rain-X. 
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

This has already been posted, but I never saw it. Clean shower door with a Magic Eraser, water, and elbow grease (or use the old dish detergent and vinegar trick with the Magic Eraser). After cleaning – rub Rain-X all over the door! It should keep it clean 4+ months.
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

On average, Rain‑X® Fast Wax will last 3-4 months on a vehicle. However, specific wax duration performance varies by weather conditions and the type of clear coat paint used on the vehicle.
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

I cannot stand misinformation, particularly that which implores me to be afraid of chemicals. Common sense will prevent any injury from chemicals, anything applied to your shower should be done with good ventilation – ie. an open window. Please do not apply car-wax of rain-x to your body! but applying to the shower should be fine and indeed *is* fine. It is a great idea.
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Rain-x On Bathroom Tile

posted by Melinda on May 18, 2009 I cannot stand misinformation, particularly that which implores me to be afraid of chemicals. Common sense will prevent any injury from chemicals, anything applied to your shower should be done with good ventilation – ie. an open window. Please do not apply car-wax of rain-x to your body! but applying to the shower should be fine and indeed *is* fine. It is a great idea.
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posted by infmom on May 18, 2009 When we moved into an insufficiently-cleaned rental house years ago, I learned that the very best way to get soap scum off glass and ceramic tile is to use a paint scraper with a single-edged razor blade in it. It shaves the scum right off without hurting the surface underneath (but for obvious reasons you would not want to use it on plastic or fiberglass).
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Ever had an awesome shower? Good pressure, lots of hot water, plenty of room and a sweet shower head… only for it to be ruined? Ruined by dirt, soap scum, mold, mildew or worse. Yuck! You just can’t have a great shower in a dirty bathroom.
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Mold and mildew. They thrive in warm and wet environments, just like your shower. Puddles of water eventually drying increase the humidity in your bathroom, combine this with poor ventilation or air flow and you’ve got a fungus feast! Yuck!
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For the looks. No one likes the sight of a dirty, moldy, soap-scum-filled shower. Everyone loves a sparkling, shiny and good-as-new bathroom. You’re not going to impress your girlfriend/boyfriend with an ugly messy shower… they might never stay over again!
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Sounds like a lot of work. While the shampoo or cream rinse is sitting on my head when I shower, I use a large squeegee on the walls, doors and tub, and when I get out I spray the enclosure with Lysol; when the bathtub has been used I spray it with a bathroom cleaner with bleach, scrub lightly with my toilet brush (which after each use is run under hot water, sprayed with Lysol and returned to its holder which contains a mixture of cleaner and disinfectant), and run the shower to rinse. It really takes very little time.
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You will never have to buy cleaning products for the shower again, freeing up space in the cupboard. You can use that money for a latte. You will burn a few calories for the day. You will never have to dread that job, or need to use precious time on your days off work. Your conscious will always be clear, and you can sleep better nights. You won't have to apologize when company uses your bathroom.
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I keep a spray bottle filled with vinegar and water. I use it after I take a shower by spraying the shower down. I also use it to clean up throughout the house. Sometimes on walls or baseboards, on counters, sinks, and bathroom sinks as well.
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Keep a Mr. Clean Cleaning eraser in the shower. Save time buy scrubbing the walls and tub while you in the shower. No toxic fumes to smell, no soapy mess. After you dry off (and while the room is still steamy), use your towel to wipe down the sink, vanity, and toilet. Everything will be damp and will wipe off easily. Toss the towel in the hamper, bathroom is clean and so are you!
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Using Vinegar for this purpose is a great idea. What I have been doing too is spraying down the shower curtain fixtures, and tub with a Clorox Plus solution right after I shower. I leave the bathroom with the door closed (maybe crack the window open at least an inch or two) and then after the bleach has penetrated the desired areas, I turn on the shower and rinse everything down. It makes the tub and shower area smell fresh and clean! Viola! It also kills mold and mildew too!

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