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StoneDoctors

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Do You Know How To Clean Your Natural Stone Wall Shower Stall?

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Anyone who has a natural stone shower stall should know that when it comes to cleaning it, there are certain steps they need to take in order to prevent damaging it. While Stone repair Palm Beach services are something that a lot of people will consider in order to have the peace of mind the job is going to be completed on time and with professional results, some people want to go about doing it themselves.

The right cleaner

If you want to clean your stone shower walls properly, then you'll first of all need to buy a granite and marble stone cleaner that should then be used in order to clean your shower stall. Do some proper research in order to make sure you get a good one and after that, mix it with water and apply it on your shower stall walls. The mixture should be composed of one part granite and marble stone clear and one part water.

Use a sponge

In order to wipe away the dirt and other muck on the stone shower walls, you need to make use of a sponge. The soap scum can be easily loosened by using the spray multiple times and also sliding a plastic squeegee over the stall. Next, you need to consider combining a gallon of lukewarm water with half a cup of ammonia. This is to be used on those hard to remove stains that won't go away easily.

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Remove mildew

It's obvious that any stone shower wall stall is going to have mildew here and there. To get rid of it, you'll need to make use of a special remover that's safe on the type of stone the shower stall is made of. After you get the right mildew remover for your shower stall, make sure to leave it on for 1h and then use the shower head to rinse any residue left.

Things to keep in mind

It's obvious that there will be some individuals who will lack cleaners for natural stone walls. In this case, it's a good idea to consider using water and baking soda. The good news about this alternative is that it's extremely cheap and on top of that, you can have the peace of mind that it's not going to damage the shower stone walls in any way. But if you want to be safe, make sure to hire a Marble repair Palm Beach service.