Cleaning a shower head may seem like a tiresome chore, but with the right approach, it can actually be a breeze.
The first step is to remove the shower head from the wall, if possible, and soak it in a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water. While it’s soaking, use an old toothbrush to gently scrub away any built-up grime or mineral deposits. After rinsing the shower head thoroughly, reattach it and run water through it to ensure proper functioning.
Another effective method is to fill a plastic bag with vinegar and secure it over the shower head using a rubber band. Let it sit overnight, and in the morning, remove the bag and scrub any remaining residue away.
Finally, flush the shower head with hot water.
Remember, regular cleaning of your shower head not only improves water flow but also helps eliminate bacteria that may be lurking. So, don’t postpone this task any longer—treat your shower head to a well-deserved cleaning!
Remove the shower head from the shower arm.
Fill a bowl with white vinegar.
Soak the shower head in the vinegar for at least 30 minutes.
Scrub the shower head with an old toothbrush or brush to remove any mineral deposits.
Rinse the shower head thoroughly with water to remove any vinegar residue.