Cleaning Natural Stone Showers
The number 1 concern among homeowners with natural stone in their bath and shower area is removing soap scum and mildew. A soap film can become a problem within 6 months and mildew will begin as a result, causing mildew stains.
The Cleaning Superhero offers this tip:
In the bath or other wet areas, soap scum can be minimized by spraying a light mist of a stone safe cleaner and using a squeegee after each use. To remove soap scum, use a soap scum remover made specifically for natural stone. If soap scum and hard water deposits become difficult to remove, contact the Cleaning Superhero for a FREE evaluation and estimate on professional cleaning. Many of his repeat clients have their shower and bath area cleaned every 6 months to remove soap scum and have a mildew treatment applied. At the time of cleaning, it would be a good idea to have a stone sealer applied. Very important if the stone in the shower is slate.
Want to do it yourself? Call the Cleaning Superhero at 205-856-1720 to get the same concentrated soap scum remover, mildew treatment, and spray on cleaning product he uses for natural stone.