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Clean the shower after you (or someone else) has just had a nice hot shower. The steam loosens the gunk. Rather than using stinky commercial cleaners, try Avon Bubble Bath and an old bath pouf. Or, even better, shower, deep condition your hair, then shower again.
The best time to clean the tub is right after someone has taken a shower or bath, and the room is warm and humid. Get rid of the grime before it has a chance to cake on.
Try this for an easy cleanser—sprinkle baking soda around the tub, then wet a washcloth with distilled white vinegar and scrub, then rinse. If you do this once or twice a week, chances are there will be no need to scrub hard. Plus, you won’t be using harmful chemicals or drain-clogging cleansers. Clean bath tub!!
In India since Time immemorial we have been bathing by filling the amount of hot or cold Water needed in a Bucket and by using a smaller container for pouring Water over our bodies.This way we use limited quantities for our Baths and there is no wastage of excess Water.
Using a Shower does not monitor the amount of Water used by each person when showering.A Tub uses large amounts of Water to soak in and a fresh amount to rinse away the Suds from the body later.Our method is a bit cumbersome but by using Buckets of various capacities one can manage a clean Bath.
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