If you have natural stone tile in your home, it is important to remember that your shower requires the most care. When a shower is not cared for properly, there are various problems that you will see: soap scum build up on the surface of your shower walls, mildew stains, etching on the stone surface, etc. Here are some tips on how to take care of your marble, travertine, or other natural stone shower.
- First of all, make sure that your shower is sealed. It’s easy to check it regularly (link).
- Squeegee off your shower walls every single day. This is a big step in caring for your marble shower.
- Clean mildew stains that appear on the grout lines of your shower enclosure with a mildew stain remover that is
been formulated to be safe on natural stone
- Don’t pee in the shower. I hesitate to point this one out, but I suppose this list wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t point it out. 🙂
Use these tips and you will have a shower that looks good for years to come!