Friday, March 8, 2013

Cleaning The Shower

Oh how I adore long, hot showers. I dread the moment the water is to be turned off and I quickly grab my towel so that I can attempt to be warm again. It really doesn't take that long to warm back up, but still...showers are incredible.

You know what I don't adore? Cleaning my shower. Bending over, reaching, trying not to get wet as I wash down the walls. Yeah, that's no fun. However, the end result is quite lovely...until I'm in the shower and I see that I missed a spot! D'oh!!

Until I hear that sweet, sweet Pinterest song. Thank you, Pinterest, once again, for your brilliance! This specific pin on Pinterest didn't go to a blog, so I'm just posting the picture of the pin here so you know exactly what to do.

Photo from Pinterest

I've actually been using this method for a few months now and I am in love with it! The convenience cannot be topped. Still having the luxury (and now an even better excuse) of a long shower, and having it constantly clean is a dream come true. I know...I set my sights high, I tell ya.

It's so very simple to make and easy to use. My biggest recommendation - as far as this specific brush goes (and most others, I suspect) is that you will want to make sure it can be in a semi-standing position so all the liquid doesn't come out. The best way to do that, for me, was with my shower caddy. And to see a great Pinterest idea in action, check out this easy shower caddy holder!

I can now, honestly, say that I don't mind cleaning my shower...if only I could get my son to clean his shower, we'd be set up! But, either way, this little handy trick left me thinking "how did I not know this already?!" It's a great tip and so easy to do. I'd highly recommend it...unless you like bending over your shower and trying to clean the walls without getting water up your sleeves and such, then this probably isn't the tool for you. He he he.

1 comment:

  1. Great idea. I might give it a shot, although bending over really isn't that hard for me given my height -- or lack of it. :-)