This is one of the most common questions we get here at Showerdome Head Office so we thought it would be a great idea to provide some more detail on how to clean your Showerdome® shower top and to ensure your shower is sparkling clean all year round.
The best way to ensure your Showerdome® shower top is working at its full potential is to make sure it’s sealed up as well as possible. Shower door seals are a great way to fill gaps at the top and bottom of doors and down the sides of the shower door also. This prevents cold air from getting in and mixing with the warm moist air – which is how ‘steam’ forms.
We have a great range of seals available – these can be purchased from your installer, from us directly or from one of the many retailers who sell our products.
Once you’ve had your shower, we recommend getting out and closing the door behind you while you dry yourself. This allows the shower box to cool down and reach a temperature more in line with that of your bathroom. It’s only when there is a significant difference in the shower temperature, and the bathroom air, that you will notice condensation.
When it’s time to leave the bathroom, open your shower door enough to make sure it stays open. This allows air to circulate the shower box to dry it out throughout the day. This is the key to keeping your shower cubicle clean & mould free.
For all you spring cleaners, the best way we’ve found to keep your Showerdome® in tip top shape, is approximately once a year, to remove it from its support rails and wash with warm soapy water. It’s important that you don’t use any abrasive cleaners, as this could damage the surface. Good old soap & water will do the trick!
Once it’s dry, spray it with an anti-static product such as ‘Pledge’ to prevent less dust build up. A long reach feather duster is also a handy cleaning tool to have, just to give it a once over every few weeks to remove any bugs or any other little surprises that may settle on there!
If you have a Showerdome® shower top already, what do you do to clean yours? We’d love to hear your ideas! Let us know in the comments section on Facebook.